Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Arabella Cafarelli.
For a modern look interior designer Elizabeth Stuart also favors plexiglass and she recommends this coffee table originally manufactured by Minotti. A coffee table like this works every time she explains. The thick tabletop gives it heft while a minimalist chrome frame offsets it. You can even DIY this look — and take it up a notch — by grabbing a piece of colored plexiglass and putting it on top of a wooden box.
For a more straightforward utilitarian option Kirsten Grove of We Three Design Studio suggests trying this square powder-coated-steel table designed by Danish collective Hay that features a tray tabletop (all the better for catching your red-wine spills) and a wiry frame. Grove thinks the simple design lends itself to a variety of décor schemes including Scandinavian and mid-century.
Weve seen a lot of debate about blue at Christmas; most of you seem to agree that blue just isnt a Christmas colour but we think paired with the right flourishes of foliage and touches of silver it can totally work. Pinch this idea and use rustic wooden placemats (something like these from John Lewis) and fur throws to soften the look.
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