Published at Tuesday, 05 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Arabella Cafarelli.
We are lurrving this neon thing thats going on this Christmas (thanks John Lewis for making it totally acceptable to adorn a Christmas table in bright pink parrots and glittery cassettes). Its just so far from all the green foliage red berries and pillar candles you see so often.
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.
Lester recommends combining two tables to achieve a nesting effect (if you have to get things piecemeal) that adds dimension to your space. She likes the sleek Danish-inspired look of the tabletop contrasted with the waxed black joinery (which in our opinion gives it a little more edge). Lester suggests pairing it with the higher cocktail table which can also be used as a side table.
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