Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Venera Patania.
If you`re going for an easy Milanese vibe the Hovey sisters recommend the Secant Table (which is actually designed by Sara Wright Polmar a Norwegian). They call it one of the most Italian-looking tables we`ve seen for its streamlined industrial look and of course its heavily veined marble top. (You can choose a glass top and a base in a different color if you please.)
Seattle-based designer LeeAnn Baker recommends this oval coffee table in a shape she says is especially versatile if you are tight on space. She loves the dark-bronze metal frame and the antiqued mirrored lower shelf noting that it reads much more expensive than its price point. Use the double surfaces for your stacks of coffe-table books — and a place for your friends to put their highballs while watching Succession.
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.
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