Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Venera Patania.
If you want an extra shelf with your black coffee table try this one recommended by Lester. She likes the ebony finish as a break from a more standard stained-wood table and she agrees with the Hoveys that it would anchor any seating area. She adds that the overall scale is conducive for use in a smaller living space. The slightly out-turned legs are vaguely mid-century if you`re going for that subtle nod.
Not traditionally the most festive of colour schemes black and greys may not scream Christmas cheer but this table setting is just irresistibly gothic and combined with the gold candles and plenty of foliage we reckon it still looks plenty festive.
You can generally have fun with shapes. If you have two rounded or curved sofas a circular or oval coffee table usually works best. Balance is the key word. If there are a lot of square shapes in the room mix it up with a circular or oval coffee table or vice versa. I believe there are no rules and you can be bold with your coffee table and make a statement.
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