Inexpensive Accent Furniture

Available at wisteria.com.
Available at wisteria.com.

Tucked under a console table or flanking a sofa, the x-base design of this stool has timeless appeal. Woven-leather folding stool, $169. Photograph by Wisteria

Available at ballarddesigns.com.
Available at ballarddesigns.com.

Also featuring classic “x” detailing, this could be used as a bookshelf or side table—and could be repurposed later in a bathroom for towels. Ballard Designs Librarie bookshelf, $169. Photograph by Ballard Designs

Available at westelm.com.
Available at westelm.com.

This sculptural interpretation of the pedestal style will bring an organic element to any room. Turned pedestal end table, $159. Photograph by West Elm

Available at wisteria.com.
Available at wisteria.com.

Solid wood versus a veneer keeps this standout piece durable. Handcarved accordion side table, $199. Photograph by Wisteria

Available at crateandbarrel.com.
Available at crateandbarrel.com.

The natural material of this versatile table will always look timeless. Abaca ottoman, $119. Photograph by Crate and Barrel

Available at potterybarn.com.
Available at potterybarn.com.

These clean lined tables have enough styling to be distinct without being too trendy. Tanner nesting tables, $199 for a set of two. Photograph by Pottery Barn

Available at ballarddesigns.com.
Available at ballarddesigns.com.

Modeled after the French gueridon, this small-scale table will look stylish in a range of interiors. Olivia mirrored side table, $149. Photograph by Ballard Designs

Available at potterybarn.com.
Available at potterybarn.com.

An X-base (notice a trend?) in seagrass will be a great addition to a casual space. Seagrass stool, $99. Photograph by Pottery Barn

Available at insideavenue.com.
Available at insideavenue.com.

This marigold-hued garden stool adds a pop of color, and its classic shape keeps it subdued. Garden stool, $189. Photograph by Inside Avenue

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