side table

side′ ta`ble


n.
a table intended to be placed against a wall.
References in classic literature ?
Sabin nodded towards a great vase of La France roses upon a side table.
The young man looked at him for several moments, and then made his way to the side table where the sandwiches were.
Pickwick sat down at a side table, and hastily indited a note to Mr.
Now, I found that one of them was lying on the floor, one was on the side table near the window, and the third was where I had left it."
"I entered, and I took you into my confidence as to the suggestions of the side table. Of the centre table I could make nothing, until in your description of Gilchrist you mentioned that he was a long-distance jumper.
Dr Hood replaced the silk hat carefully on the side table, and went across to the captive.
Mrs Lammle had taken up her parasol from a side table, and stood sketching with it on the pattern of the damask cloth, as she had sketched on the pattern of Mr Twemlow's papered wall.
The former paused for a moment to look at Thomson's photograph, which stood upon one of the side tables. Then she closed the door.
Copper tray side table, from Oliver Hayden, priced at PS110
n Save space and keep clutter to a minimum with multi-tasking furniture (like this magazine rack that's also a side table).
SIDE TABLE: Eero Saarinen tulip style side table, Fusion Living, www.fusionliving.co.uk, PS149
The Clipper mother of pearl side table makes a great addition to your bedroom thank to its oriental and delicate design, this table is a fabulous place for displaying metallic accessories and muchloved trinkets.