Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Alberico Umana.
Because if you can`t have an overload of sparkle at Christmas then when can you? Mix rose gold metallics with blush-hued tableware and team with a simple table runner to recreate this look. (And pssst… that glimmering golden branch running through the middle of the table isn`t a painstaking DIY make it`s actually a pre-lit garland from Lights4fun).
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.
Here`s another brass-and-glass coffee table this one recommended by Meghan Hackett-Cassidy and Erin Hackett of Bronxville New York–based Hackett Interiors. They say incorporating glass can elevate the style of a room if you`re looking to create a more formal feeling. We love those dainty Frenchy scroll posts.
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