Published at Thursday, 07 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Giliola Consalvo.
This acrylic table has a more traditional four-post silhouette (and serious `80s vibes) and comes recommended by founder and lead designer Maggie Griffin of Maggie Griffin Design. It`s a favorite of hers for its price and the fact that it can be wiped down easily (i.e. it`s good for kids).
If you want to stick to a fairly neutral table but still want just a hint of cheery Christmas crimson choose a few bits of tableware to lift an otherwise pretty restrained colour palette. These salt and pepper shakers from Le Creuset add a splash of colour and look gorgeous with the wintery blues and greys
Coffee tables are often a large element to a room so I would opt for more neutral or dark colors and materials. Playing with more unusual finishes such as resins or plaster finishes can be interesting. For a more casual comfortable feel you could also consider the more classical ottoman with a tray on top.
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