Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Arabella Cafarelli.
Interior designer Penelope August recommends these delightful nesting tables from Stockholm-based design studio Hem and notes that they would work well with sectionals — either as a cluster or separately. According to August the two overlapping circles work well in L-sofa configurations where a single table always seems too far from one side or the other. She notes that they are well priced for being made out of solid oak.
If you want an extra shelf with your black coffee table try this one recommended by Lester. She likes the ebony finish as a break from a more standard stained-wood table and she agrees with the Hoveys that it would anchor any seating area. She adds that the overall scale is conducive for use in a smaller living space. The slightly out-turned legs are vaguely mid-century if you`re going for that subtle nod.
For a more straightforward utilitarian option Kirsten Grove of We Three Design Studio suggests trying this square powder-coated-steel table designed by Danish collective Hay that features a tray tabletop (all the better for catching your red-wine spills) and a wiry frame. Grove thinks the simple design lends itself to a variety of décor schemes including Scandinavian and mid-century.
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