Published at Thursday, 07 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Giliola Consalvo.
Stuart loves this iconic glass-and-steel coffee table from mid-century-modern architect Warren Platner calling it design at its best. First introduced in the `60s the table features a base made of curved steel rods and a thick tempered-glass tabletop. Swarz recommends it for its airy feeling and suggests pairing it with a modern sofa or sectional adding that the top is durable and heat- and scratch-resistant making it ideal for a family with kids and for entertaining guests.
If your love for terrazzo is unapologetic but you also like mixing materials Mallory Fletchall interior content creator at Reserve Home recommends this petite coffee table that combines a speckled tabletop with a warm ash base. Perfect for someone who gets décor inspiration from the Wing.
Go rogue this Christmas and move away from the typical wintery blues silvers and crisp whites and choose a warmer autumnal colour scheme. We love how the deep orange textiles look with the pillar candles and how gorgeous is that Alpine throw from Neptune? Still very festive of course just has a bit of a fresher feel.
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