Nesting tables are an interesting decor addition. The term nesting tables can also refer to any non-matching tables that can be fit one beneath another. There are several ways to decorating your room with nesting tables. Create a display area for trinkets and collectibles by cascading nesting tables. The tables should be arranged to resemble a staircase, where each is slightly beneath the one above it, creating a method of displaying items. As nesting tables come in groups of three or more tables, this is a method of displaying the tables that is easy to achieve, even in a small space, since each table only needs to be pulled out slightly more than the one before it. Keep nesting tables stacked all together neatly for tight spaces or occasional use. Nesting tables make it possible to pull out additional tables whenever needed, such as for special occasions, without relying on cumbersome folding tables. Keep the nesting tables in their nesting state anywhere in a room and draw out the table that is needed when required.
Or you can go with display nesting tables in a grouping, with smaller tables out in front and larger tables in back and situate them in a corner or against a wall to create a unique focal point in the room. Display different items on each table, creating a shrine for memorabilia or centerpiece for a room devoted to collectibles. Rather than cascading the tables as steps, utilize their full potential by maximizing the surface space for each table.