Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Zoilo Maneri.
We firmly believe that everyone seated in a living room should have a place to rest their coffee or cocktail say the Hovey sisters. But according to them many affordable coffee-table options are too small for everyone to have reachable access to a decent surface. Their solution to the tiny-table curse as they call it? Even tinier tables. They suggest using a cluster of sculptural tables to increase surface area when a single coffee table won`t cut it. A cluster of three accent tables in contrasting shapes and styles like these can provide exponentially more visual interest than one slightly larger one they explain.
Murphy recommends this classic square coffee table for being a design chameleon that can be easily styled in a range of aesthetics. A stone top — in this case smooth Carrara marble — and a base made from wide planks of solid American ash give the table a contemporary Scandinavian vibe that still feels warm. A low shelf offers additional storage space for all your impeccably curated art books.
Another coffee table with a plinthlike base that feels just a tad lighter than the one above. It`s recommended by Los Angeles–based designer Kate Lester who says it`s a staple in her studio. She appreciates the solid presence that the kiln-dried oak imparts as well as its simple yet sophisticated geometric silhouette.
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