A fundamental part of both entertaining and relaxing at home, these vintage and retro pieces are as beautiful as they are functional.
We’ve got you covered for MCM tables of all kinds: coffee, side, end and bedside. Keep your drinks, magazines and lamps safe with these period picks.
This coffee table has a two-sided drawer and a cubby for concealed and open storage options. Solomon coffee table, $2,725.
The combination of a wood frame and aluminum legs is both classic and contemporary. Nelson Thin Edge bedside table, $1,695.
If you’re looking for an end table that catches the eye, this floating tempered glass and wood combo is a work of art. Fin end table by Cristian Wicha for BDI, $849.
A multifunctional end table that can display your favorite magazines is top-notch in our book. Mid Century Modern end table with magazine rack, $249.
MCM tables come in all shapes and sizes, and this coffee table with the glass top and wood structure has a classic atomic design. 1950s atomic coffee table by Cesare Lacca for Cassina, $2,400.
For a touch of fun, the paneled doors slide open and can close for concealed storage or stay open for display. Flagg tambour coffee table, $1,849.
For a minimalist modern design, this coffee table is a compact option for smaller spaces. Florence KnollTM coffee table, $881.
You can never go wrong with tapered legs. Splay leg table and tray by George Nakashima from Knoll, $2,228.
Get two for the price of one with this two-tiered side table. Monday side table, $216.
If reproductions aren’t your thing, go for a genuine vintage piece. Vintage 1960s Danish Mid Century Modern teak side table, $495.
A plywood coffee table design is perfect for Eames fans! Eames molded plywood coffee table wood base, $1,295.
An MCM table doesn’t have to be fancy. This coffee table is simple, practical and versatile for any design space. Catalina coffee table in oak.
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