Published at Tuesday, 05 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Arabella Cafarelli.
This acrylic table has a more traditional four-post silhouette (and serious `80s vibes) and comes recommended by founder and lead designer Maggie Griffin of Maggie Griffin Design. It`s a favorite of hers for its price and the fact that it can be wiped down easily (i.e. it`s good for kids).
Go rogue this Christmas and move away from the typical wintery blues silvers and crisp whites and choose a warmer autumnal colour scheme. We love how the deep orange textiles look with the pillar candles and how gorgeous is that Alpine throw from Neptune? Still very festive of course just has a bit of a fresher feel.
While choosing a coffee table may feel like both an overwhelming and an unsexy task there are things to consider — beyond your overall aesthetic — to make the process a little less daunting. Nina Gotlieb director of hospitality and contract design at West Elm points out that it`s helpful to consider the proportions and relative mass of each piece in your living room. Sometimes if you have a super-leggy couch you don`t want a super-leggy coffee table. Or if you have a sofa that`s upholstered all the way to the ground you don`t want a super-massive coffee table because then everything feels too heavy she says.
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