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A guide to buying a glass nest of tables

A glass nest of tables is an essential accessory for any contemporary house. A nest of tables is fabulous as you can get the tables out for entertaining and hide them away when not in use. There is some fantastic contemporary glass living room furniture on the market at the moment. This article explores where to get contemporary nesting tables to suit your style and your budget.

Glass nesting tables from the supermarkets

Tesco (Direct.tesco.com) Tesco Direct has a number of classy nesting coffee tables. Furniture for contemporary flats and houses from Tesco is reliable and affordable, and can earn you Clubcard points. The Saturn 2 three-piece nest of 3 tables with glass tops and a chrome base is excellent value for money at just £99.00, and is rated 10 out of 10 by customer reviewers. Asda (Direct.asda.com) If you're looking for great value for money, head over to Asda whose Odyssey nest of three stylish tables is a real bargain at just £49.00. These gorgeous glass occasional tables have a fabulous chrome effect frame, making them look super-modern. If you want something a little more subtle, then the Brooklyn nest tables in glass and chrome are simple, yet chic and are priced at an incredible £39.00. Marks and Spencer (Marksandspencer.co.uk) High Street store Marks and Spencer should be your first port of call for high quality, affordable home furnishings. M&S currently has some fantastic deals on glass nesting tables, including the fab clear glass nest of four tables in a modern style. The largest table is of 42 cm high, 56 cm high and 50 cm deep. Originally priced at £299.00, these chic modern tables are now reduced to just £209.30 in the store's 30% off clearance sale.

For something a little different

Argos (Argos.co.uk) If you're looking for something a little different, check out the fabulous Hygena Matrix nest of black glass tables which is priced at just £34.59 from Argos and is available in the store or online at Argos.co.uk. A white nest of tables can look clean and stylish in a contemporary interior. The Hygena Matrix is also available in white at the slightly higher price of £39.99. Abode Interiors (Abode-interiors.co.uk) Abode Interiors also has some fantastic accessories and furniture, including corner units and coffee tables. The stylish online home ware retailers currently has a fantastic black glass nest of tables for your living room which is now on sale at just £129.99. *Prices correct as of 12.07.11

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