I think nesting tables are pretty rad. They're interesting looking, they're space savers, and two or three tables for the price of one? What can compare? Round nesting tables are another thing; if, perhaps, your living room is full of trendy circles, why not play off of that and go for round nesting tables? The '60s Round Nesting Tables ($2,255) from 1st Dibs are a little pricey because they're antiques, but there are plenty of other options for you if you'd like some for yourself. I've rounded a few up for you at several price points. To see them, read more.
The CB2 Puck Nesting Tables ($149) are made of iron with a powdercoated finish — a little too industrial for my taste. But, they have a cool C-shaped base, and are super affordable.
The crackled mosaic look of the Crate & Barrel Moreno Nesting Table's ($399) top adds instant interest, and its little ball feet give it a delicate, antique-like quality. Brass may not be for everyone though, and could be limiting in terms of your other décor.
The Restoration Hardware Nora Nesting Tables ($685) have a glam silver-leafed glass top, and slender, twig-like legs. But their bases, which stand flush with the floor, make for a nice medium between the industrial quality of the Puck and the delicacy of the Moreno. This set also comes with three nesting tables, rather than two!