Published at Saturday, 09 May 2020. Coffee Table. By Olivia Saviano.
Shape comes down to personal preference but round or oval tables are good when you don`t have perfect symmetry in a room as it throws the eye. They are also good for curved sofas or shapely armchairs. Rectangular and square are most practical in social settings if you like to have drinks on the table. They are also easier to dress with accessories. Or go for something more sculptural—then it becomes the focal piece of the room.
Brass-finished iron legs add a touch of metal to this marble-and-wood table that freelance writer Hélène Heath recommends. She says the mix of materials helped tie all the elements of our living room together. The shelf provides bonus storage and a lovely styling opportunity she says meaning your Diptyque candles stacks of The Gentlewoman and a vase of peonies.
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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