Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Narsete Baldocchi.
Holly Waterfield designer for The Brooklyn Home Company a d Scale is really important when it comes to your coffee table but I prefer to either over scale so your room is dedicated to seating around a large coffee table or create a central space by having a couple of small skinny coffee tables. That said it should always be shorter than your sofa width.
A layered configuration gives maximum flexibility. Whether a coffee table is designed as a complementary piece of furniture or as a focal point we advise carefully placing furniture against a neutral backdrop taking space parameters and furniture configuration into account. We recently designed a bespoke bronze mesh piece which is layered over a base of gold accent Calacatta Oro marble with integrated storage. The mesh provokes discussion and interest and is highlighted in the room by overhead lighting.
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.
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