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.)
For a modern look interior designer Elizabeth Stuart also favors plexiglass and she recommends this coffee table originally manufactured by Minotti. A coffee table like this works every time she explains. The thick tabletop gives it heft while a minimalist chrome frame offsets it. You can even DIY this look — and take it up a notch — by grabbing a piece of colored plexiglass and putting it on top of a wooden box.
Not only does this ensure that you can be conveniently positioned at the opposite end of the table to whichever sloshed relative has had one too many bucks fizz but place cards are also a really easy (and inexpensive) touch that shows you have made a bit of extra effort. You could of course have your place cards made (Not on the High Street have some lovely options) or you could copy this idea and get fancy with a calligraphy pen (or just a biro) and some nice heavy paper.
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