Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Venera Patania.
If you`re looking for a coffee table that doesn`t distract from the other furniture in your room interior designer Dee Murphy recommends this curved acrylic number from CB2 which she likes to use in a space where I feel the eye needs a ‘rest` — in a room that has a lot of color or pattern for example or even in a small space. The table won`t crowd or compete with the rest of the furniture or décor. It also works well with all design styles she says. We can picture this going quite nicely with an Eames lounger or an overstuffed wingback chair upholstered in a jaunty print.
Practicality and durability are important. Soft to touch round edges or organic shapes are very current. Leather bespoke soft lacquers and resin liquid metals and Canaletto walnuts all form part of designs in our London interior design studio currently.
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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