Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Narsete Baldocchi.
Murphy recommends this classic square coffee table for being a design chameleon that can be easily styled in a range of aesthetics. A stone top — in this case smooth Carrara marble — and a base made from wide planks of solid American ash give the table a contemporary Scandinavian vibe that still feels warm. A low shelf offers additional storage space for all your impeccably curated art books.
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.
You can generally have fun with shapes. If you have two rounded or curved sofas a circular or oval coffee table usually works best. Balance is the key word. If there are a lot of square shapes in the room mix it up with a circular or oval coffee table or vice versa. I believe there are no rules and you can be bold with your coffee table and make a statement.
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