If you are creative you could go to walmart , target kmart, etc even thrift stores and second hand stores may have these and find some nice tables in the mission style .. this would give you a lower "ledge" or "shelf" to sit the reptile on .. However I am not a fan of 1 stand 2 tanks because if one should break the other could be damaged killing the other tank just as quick ..
A question that I have for you is this what is your style ... Modern , country , eclectic (not sure I spelled that correctly
) petco has some nice stands but are pricey , tho you could "match " the style ... any way you would do that you would want to be sure that your stand would support the weight of the tank and its equipment ... I have a TV stand that I use and a table that I use for the other the benefit is that the cords are "semi hidden"
it did not cost alot of money and should the tanks go I have quality furniture that I can use on past the tanks .. One suggestion tho is to get plexi glass cut to fit the table to help prevent spills from damaging the surface ... it is expensive but not so much so that is not worth it if it saves your table just once
I can guarantee that it will be far more tho
any table you do decide on tho besure it can handle the weight or reinforce it to make it safe .
one final thought to is this , remember that a gallon of water weighs roughly 8 lbs I tend to figure it even at 10 LBS if you are getting salt water , sand , rock etc will add a bit more at 26 gallons you will want to figure roughly 300 LBS of weight with the equipment , LR
etc ... even fresh figure 260 LBS on the safe side ... Plus what ever the reptile tank weighs in full service