Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Arabella Cafarelli.
The Hovey sisters hate sectional sofas with uneven sides (take a peek at the Floyd here for an idea of what they`re talking about) explaining that they throw off the symmetry of a room and make coffee-table selections very hard. To combat that asymmetry they suggest adding an extra section to the short side with a square coffee table like this woven-wicker one that can also work as seating or an ottoman.
For some the table thing is literal — they cannot find any. But for most it`s a combination of a table shortage and a mixture of non-cute tables that don`t fit whatever aesthetic they`re going for. Since my starting days for instance I`ve gotten an outdoor table a log table and a wooden block table set. All of these options are either ugly for my purposes too big or not even meant for interior decorating.
Baker recommends this wooden coffee table inspired by classic Spanish design. A parquet-style inlay top pairs with twisted legs that feel like something out of an old villa. She loves how versatile this transitional (i.e. striking a balance between new and old) piece is and Griffin agrees noting that its lighter-wood tone mixes well with more traditional darker-toned pieces.
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