Published at Thursday, 07 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Giliola Consalvo.
Seattle-based designer LeeAnn Baker recommends this oval coffee table in a shape she says is especially versatile if you are tight on space. She loves the dark-bronze metal frame and the antiqued mirrored lower shelf noting that it reads much more expensive than its price point. Use the double surfaces for your stacks of coffe-table books — and a place for your friends to put their highballs while watching Succession.
Save on budget — and space — with this modular coffee-table set. Ashley Moore founder and principal designer of Moore House Interiors recommends this trio of tables two of which nest underneath the larger one; according to Moore these are great for pulling out when you are entertaining. She says the brass legs and mirrored top give the set a high-end look.
And you shouldn`t be afraid to experiment with nontraditional shapes and materials. There are plenty of fun designs out there that range from the tried-and-true (mid-century design for example doesn`t seem to be going anywhere) to the unexpected (consider a table with pool noodles for legs) that you can incorporate without turning your living room into a mismatched playhouse.
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