Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Abelardo Mantovani.
We`ve talked a lot about bringing the outside in at Christmas but it really is such an effective inexpensive way to make a space feel immediately more festive. Try strewing your table with some branches stems of eucalyptus and pine cones for an on-trend Nordic look.
Choosing the right coffee table for your space is largely about proportions—dimensions clearance and balance with other elements in the room. Generally your coffee table should be about two-thirds the length of your sofa.
Baker recommends this wooden coffee table inspired by classic Spanish design. A parquet-style inlay top pairs with twisted legs that feel like something out of an old villa. She loves how versatile this transitional (i.e. striking a balance between new and old) piece is and Griffin agrees noting that its lighter-wood tone mixes well with more traditional darker-toned pieces.
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