Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Arabella Cafarelli.
Of course it`s not really that Animal Crossing is missing tables. It`s more that because the game randomly decides what to give you there`s a chance you might not see what you want for a good long while. There are hundreds of items and your shops can only carry a few things at a time. Chance encounters like messages in a bottle or DIY recipes held by villagers are even more happenstance. There`s no nefarious plot happening just the woes that come with RNG.
Murphy also recommends this tiered coffee table by Thomas Bina that incorporates a lacquered top delicate steel legs and an oak lower shelf for those looking to update the mid-century look. Murphy likes that the tabletop has rounded edges (which she says are babyproof) while the extra shelf is great for storing books or small baskets of knickknacks.
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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