Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Arabella Cafarelli.
Coffee tables are often a large element to a room so I would opt for more neutral or dark colors and materials. Playing with more unusual finishes such as resins or plaster finishes can be interesting. For a more casual comfortable feel you could also consider the more classical ottoman with a tray on top.
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.
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.
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