Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Arabella Cafarelli.
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.
Hackett Interiors also recommends a circular drum table especially for rooms with sectionals. Those rooms are usually a little less formal which is why we gravitate to the drum the designers say adding that this particular one from Crate and Barrel is substantial and effortless. The powder-coated hammered-iron surface feels cool and earthy.
Gold finishes make this acrylic table a little more interesting. According to Abbe Fenimore founder of interior design firm Studio Ten 25 an acrylic or glass coffee table layers particularly well with a statement rug. We like its Hollywood Regency vibe.
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