Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Arabella Cafarelli.
If you`re looking for a coffee table that doesn`t distract from the other furniture in your room interior designer Dee Murphy recommends this curved acrylic number from CB2 which she likes to use in a space where I feel the eye needs a ‘rest` — in a room that has a lot of color or pattern for example or even in a small space. The table won`t crowd or compete with the rest of the furniture or décor. It also works well with all design styles she says. We can picture this going quite nicely with an Eames lounger or an overstuffed wingback chair upholstered in a jaunty print.
And you shouldn`t be afraid to experiment with nontraditional shapes and materials. There are plenty of fun designs out there that range from the tried-and-true (mid-century design for example doesn`t seem to be going anywhere) to the unexpected (consider a table with pool noodles for legs) that you can incorporate without turning your living room into a mismatched playhouse.
Pay homage to the Victorian tradition of using food as decoration and make it the centrepiece of your Christmas table. Pick out some delectable looking fruit and pile it high in the middle of the table then chose some vintage inspired tableware and dramatic tapers to complete the look.
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