Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Venera Patania.
The Hovey sisters hate sectional sofas with uneven sides (take a peek at the Floyd here for an idea of what they`re talking about) explaining that they throw off the symmetry of a room and make coffee-table selections very hard. To combat that asymmetry they suggest adding an extra section to the short side with a square coffee table like this woven-wicker one that can also work as seating or an ottoman.
For a more straightforward utilitarian option Kirsten Grove of We Three Design Studio suggests trying this square powder-coated-steel table designed by Danish collective Hay that features a tray tabletop (all the better for catching your red-wine spills) and a wiry frame. Grove thinks the simple design lends itself to a variety of décor schemes including Scandinavian and mid-century.
There`s definitely something endearing about Christmas table decorations that have character. Mismatched plates vintage trinkets and homemade decorations can all come together to create a lovely festive melange. So before you go buying anything new take a look around your home and see if anything could be given a second home next to the cranberry sauce.
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