Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Narsete Baldocchi.
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.
We`ve talked a lot about bringing the outside in at Christmas but it really is such an effective inexpensive way to make a space feel immediately more festive. Try strewing your table with some branches stems of eucalyptus and pine cones for an on-trend Nordic look.
Another coffee table with a plinthlike base that feels just a tad lighter than the one above. It`s recommended by Los Angeles–based designer Kate Lester who says it`s a staple in her studio. She appreciates the solid presence that the kiln-dried oak imparts as well as its simple yet sophisticated geometric silhouette.
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