Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Arabella Cafarelli.
A layered configuration gives maximum flexibility. Whether a coffee table is designed as a complementary piece of furniture or as a focal point we advise carefully placing furniture against a neutral backdrop taking space parameters and furniture configuration into account. We recently designed a bespoke bronze mesh piece which is layered over a base of gold accent Calacatta Oro marble with integrated storage. The mesh provokes discussion and interest and is highlighted in the room by overhead lighting.
We firmly believe that everyone seated in a living room should have a place to rest their coffee or cocktail say the Hovey sisters. But according to them many affordable coffee-table options are too small for everyone to have reachable access to a decent surface. Their solution to the tiny-table curse as they call it? Even tinier tables. They suggest using a cluster of sculptural tables to increase surface area when a single coffee table won`t cut it. A cluster of three accent tables in contrasting shapes and styles like these can provide exponentially more visual interest than one slightly larger one they explain.
You can consider balancing the other shapes in the room by adding a circular or ovular piece if everything else is rectangular. Rounded pieces are also great with smaller children–no sharp edges. It`s always a balance of not too much of one thing; a mix helps it feel personal and curated.
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