Published at Thursday, 07 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Giliola Consalvo.
Interior designer Penelope August recommends these delightful nesting tables from Stockholm-based design studio Hem and notes that they would work well with sectionals — either as a cluster or separately. According to August the two overlapping circles work well in L-sofa configurations where a single table always seems too far from one side or the other. She notes that they are well priced for being made out of solid oak.
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.
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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