Published at Thursday, 07 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Giliola Consalvo.
If you`re looking for a coffee table that doesn`t distract from the other furniture in your room interior designer Dee Murphy recommends this curved acrylic number from CB2 which she likes to use in a space where I feel the eye needs a ‘rest` — in a room that has a lot of color or pattern for example or even in a small space. The table won`t crowd or compete with the rest of the furniture or décor. It also works well with all design styles she says. We can picture this going quite nicely with an Eames lounger or an overstuffed wingback chair upholstered in a jaunty print.
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.)
Brass-finished iron legs add a touch of metal to this marble-and-wood table that freelance writer Hélène Heath recommends. She says the mix of materials helped tie all the elements of our living room together. The shelf provides bonus storage and a lovely styling opportunity she says meaning your Diptyque candles stacks of The Gentlewoman and a vase of peonies.
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