Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Abelardo Mantovani.
While choosing a coffee table may feel like both an overwhelming and an unsexy task there are things to consider — beyond your overall aesthetic — to make the process a little less daunting. Nina Gotlieb director of hospitality and contract design at West Elm points out that it`s helpful to consider the proportions and relative mass of each piece in your living room. Sometimes if you have a super-leggy couch you don`t want a super-leggy coffee table. Or if you have a sofa that`s upholstered all the way to the ground you don`t want a super-massive coffee table because then everything feels too heavy she says.
If you want to stick to a fairly neutral table but still want just a hint of cheery Christmas crimson choose a few bits of tableware to lift an otherwise pretty restrained colour palette. These salt and pepper shakers from Le Creuset add a splash of colour and look gorgeous with the wintery blues and greys
This Pool Table is art furniture as a conversation piece according to designer Elena Frampton of Frampton Co. This postmodern object is made from an acrylic top with wavy edges that`s supported by pool noodles covering acrylic-rod legs. If you want something that`s certainly different from your typical coffee table but still does the job this is it. It ensures your house doesn`t look like a showroom she adds.
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