Of all the many (lol) things in my apartment, the thing I’ve probably gotten the most questions about recently is the little brass C table I am usually working off of by my couch. It makes sense. As many of us navigate working from home, the couch is now the office and having a little table like this is invaluable. I have been a big fan of the C table for a long time. It gives you an easy place to rest your drink (or snack). It doesn’t take up much space, and it is (in my opinion!) quite stylish, too.
I’ve had many a hungover morning where I’ve laid on the couch with my snack and remote and gatorade. All very happily resting right next to me thanks to this little friend. These days, the C table functions more as a couch-desk than a hangover station but I digress… it’s versatile!
The brass one is unfortunately long gone: it was an under $100 find from Target (from the Nate Berkus collection) so today I thought I’d round up a few more favorites. More recently I added a second C table from Room & Board to my other couch – in vibrant orange. No one has asked me about that one yet (lol). But I actually like it even more than the gold one. It makes a great pop of color, the silhouette is very sleek. And it’s a little longer so I can fit my laptop, microphone (for podding), and coffee on it. Below are a few more I really like!
I also included a couple drink tables as I love those, too. I have these marble topped ones and highly recommend.
The Best C Tables
clockwise from top left: Design Within Reach Side Table // Project 62 Glasgow C Table // West Elm Cube C Table //Aiden Lane Rainer C Table // Steve Silver Co. End Table // West Elm Hudson Drink Table // West Elm Charley C Table // Room and Board Slim C Table // Amazon Wood and Metal C Table // Safavieh Hexagon C Table // CB2 Acrylic C Table // West Elm Murray Drink Table
photo by Tory Williams.