Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Zoilo Maneri.
Holly Waterfield designer for The Brooklyn Home Company a d Scale is really important when it comes to your coffee table but I prefer to either over scale so your room is dedicated to seating around a large coffee table or create a central space by having a couple of small skinny coffee tables. That said it should always be shorter than your sofa width.
This Pool Table is art furniture as a conversation piece according to designer Elena Frampton of Frampton Co. This postmodern object is made from an acrylic top with wavy edges that`s supported by pool noodles covering acrylic-rod legs. If you want something that`s certainly different from your typical coffee table but still does the job this is it. It ensures your house doesn`t look like a showroom she adds.
Hackett Interiors also recommends a circular drum table especially for rooms with sectionals. Those rooms are usually a little less formal which is why we gravitate to the drum the designers say adding that this particular one from Crate and Barrel is substantial and effortless. The powder-coated hammered-iron surface feels cool and earthy.
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