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Splurge vs. Steal: Mirrored Tables
Low on light? These cute tables can brighten up a dark room without adding wattage By Emily Leaman
Comments () | Published October 13, 2010
Splurge: Nickel-and-Mirror Side Table, $1,495
This accent table from Plantation is feminine without being frilly. The sleek nickel legs lend a modern touch to a classic shape. And the mirror top means you don’t have to worry about ring stains from drink glasses—just wipe it down with some glass cleaner.


Steal: Mirrored Side Table, $89.99
Target’s version is a bit chunkier than Plantation’s, but what you lose in design you gain in bling—this table is mirrored on all visible sides, top to bottom. Need some extra storage? Target sells a similar table with a drawer as well as a mirrored console table.

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