Splurge versus Steal: Red Enamel Side Table

splurge steal_red enamel table

The bright, snappy Spot Table by Tom Dixon has been stuck in my head ever since I first discovered it several years ago while sourcing furniture for a client’s living room.  Despite having little desire to use red in my own home decor, I find the bold, shiny pop of color on the otherwise clean and simple table irresistible.  It is no surprise, then, that the new Butler Red Side Table caught my eye as I was flipping through a recent CB2 catalog.  It instantly reminded me of the original Tom Dixon table, but with some distinct variations.  Both tables are constructed of iron with an enamel finish on the top.  The Tom Dixon table is available in red and white enamel (both with the black base), two heights (21″ and 26″), and a round or square top.  Wider and shorter than the original, the CB2 table is not as streamlined but does offer the convenient feature of being able to remove the top for use as a serving tray.  Either table is sure to add a splash of color to your room.

To order the Spot Table by Tom Dixon, sold at Property, visit:


To order the Butler Red Side Table from CB2, visit:


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