Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Narsete Baldocchi.
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.
Texture is also a very important layer in any interior a beautiful ceruse wood or stone coffee table can elevate the space.
To help you find the coffee table that works best with your budget and your space — whether you want to make it the focus of your room or have it play a more supporting holding-the-remote-control kind of role — we polled 24 interior designers on their favorites. Below 50 coffee tables organized by style and material.
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