If texture is what you need, a little metal can go a long way. This Mirrored Side Table from Ballard Designs has three ‘X’ legs with a mirrored top for $149. I can do one better with the Metal Round Table from Bed, Bath & Beyond. At $50, a 66% savings, I don’t mind not having a mirror on top; it’s one less thing to clean!

For all the ladies who like to have some bling in their home, I’ve found the Mirage Mirrored Accent Table from Home Depot for a mere $200. If you want to save yourself some bling, check out the Glass Accent Table from Target. It’s $89.99, saving you 55%. Although this table has half the width and depth of the Home Depot one, I can handle it for the price.

Porcelain garden stools can act as great side tables both indoors or out. This white Drum Garden Stool from Target is $262.50.  Why pay that when there’s a great replica in Overstock’s White Coin Ceramic Garden Stool for $109.99, a savings of 58%. Who would have thought Target had the more expensive one? Goes to show that shopping around pays!

Don’t forget to shop through your ShopatHome.com or ebates.com account to get an additional 3-4% discount!

This has been a guest post by Tiffany from Tigard, OR
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2 thoughts on “Knockout Knockoffs: Accent Tables”

  1. Sarah Yost says:

    I got an identical garden stool from Big Lots last year for $10.

  2. They have those nightstands on clearance at my Target for $25.00