Bambeco — End Tables with Eco Flair

Do you have a thing for funky end tables? I do. I adore a whimsical and unexpected spot to hold my magazine and cup o’ joe. Crisp-painted cottage end tables, worn flea-market trunks, shiny new aluminum numbers; they have me at “Hello.”


So I smiled when I came across these unusual end tables over at Bambeco. Cool shapes and tactlie textures that add an unexpected accent to a room. Good prices too. Then I read on and realized these are all eco-friendly in some way.

Bambeco’s mission is to offer “stylish and modern products carefully selected to advance a more sustainable and just world.” Sounds like a good idea to me. Enjoy checking these out, and enjoy the 15% discount that Bambeco sent along with the photos, especially for’s Design Junkies! Simply enter Promotional Code friends09 during you purchase. Thanks, Bambeco!

The Metal Circle Stool (top) works well as an end table. Made of eco-friendly recycled metal, it is fashioned from small circles linked together to form an hourglass with a sphere in the middle. The Monkey Pod Twist Table comes in two sizes. Each table is hand-chiseled from a single stump of sustainable Monkey Pod wood and dried in a kiln.



Okay, the Recycled Railroad Tie Bench isn’t an end table, but it’s an awesome reuse example that I wanted you to see. A rustic railway tie is mounted on a pair of modular legs resulting in this pleasing shape. Nature is the greatest designer as shown in the Root Table, salvaged from Vietnamese logging operations.



Another take on the hourglass shape is the Metal Weave Stool, fashioned from woven, recycled metal. This Teak Table Set made of eco-friendly teak from China’s Gansu province. Pair as a coffee table, or use separately as end tables.


What do you like in an end table? Describe a great table for your room.

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