Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Narsete Baldocchi.
Seattle-based designer LeeAnn Baker recommends this oval coffee table in a shape she says is especially versatile if you are tight on space. She loves the dark-bronze metal frame and the antiqued mirrored lower shelf noting that it reads much more expensive than its price point. Use the double surfaces for your stacks of coffe-table books — and a place for your friends to put their highballs while watching Succession.
Article is a reliable source if you`re looking for quality mid-century-inspired pieces at a reasonable price point according to McNabb. She suggests pairing two tables from its Amoeba line to create tiers — and the ability to reconfigure a space whenever necessary.
This Pool Table is art furniture as a conversation piece according to designer Elena Frampton of Frampton Co. This postmodern object is made from an acrylic top with wavy edges that`s supported by pool noodles covering acrylic-rod legs. If you want something that`s certainly different from your typical coffee table but still does the job this is it. It ensures your house doesn`t look like a showroom she adds.
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