Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Zoilo Maneri.
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.)
Lester recommends combining two tables to achieve a nesting effect (if you have to get things piecemeal) that adds dimension to your space. She likes the sleek Danish-inspired look of the tabletop contrasted with the waxed black joinery (which in our opinion gives it a little more edge). Lester suggests pairing it with the higher cocktail table which can also be used as a side table.
While choosing a coffee table may feel like both an overwhelming and an unsexy task there are things to consider — beyond your overall aesthetic — to make the process a little less daunting. Nina Gotlieb director of hospitality and contract design at West Elm points out that it`s helpful to consider the proportions and relative mass of each piece in your living room. Sometimes if you have a super-leggy couch you don`t want a super-leggy coffee table. Or if you have a sofa that`s upholstered all the way to the ground you don`t want a super-massive coffee table because then everything feels too heavy she says.
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