Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Abelardo Mantovani.
And you shouldn`t be afraid to experiment with nontraditional shapes and materials. There are plenty of fun designs out there that range from the tried-and-true (mid-century design for example doesn`t seem to be going anywhere) to the unexpected (consider a table with pool noodles for legs) that you can incorporate without turning your living room into a mismatched playhouse.
Weve seen a lot of debate about blue at Christmas; most of you seem to agree that blue just isnt a Christmas colour but we think paired with the right flourishes of foliage and touches of silver it can totally work. Pinch this idea and use rustic wooden placemats (something like these from John Lewis) and fur throws to soften the look.
You can consider balancing the other shapes in the room by adding a circular or ovular piece if everything else is rectangular. Rounded pieces are also great with smaller children–no sharp edges. It`s always a balance of not too much of one thing; a mix helps it feel personal and curated.
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