Coffee Tables. Sunday , January 21st , 2018 - 14:29:30 PM
We often talk about repeating a certain accent color or even a unique texture inside a room to give it a more coherent and curated look. But when it comes to live-edge décor, this is not an absolute must, and you can use a natural-edge coffee table as an exclusive, one-of-a-kind piece that adds something truly exceptional to the contemporary living area.
If you are a child of the 90s, the idea of mirrored coffee tables would most likely feel both odd and garish. In an era where beige was the color of choice and simple, straight lines along with rigid geometric shapes defined a modern style that quickly became generic, there was really no room for something so sparkly and brilliant. But as with everything else, the circle of fashion and design has once again revived styles such as vintage, retro, Art Deco and even Hollywood Regency. And with this revival, mirrored décor once again found space in homes across the globe.
A polished, mirrored finish need not be the only unique feature of your coffee table, and you can take the style quotient of the living room to a whole new level with an addition that also ushers in geometric contrast. Coffee tables in geometric shapes that go beyond the simple rectangle and square always draw plenty of attention, and these multifaced delights also reflect the ambient light in an even more spectacular fashion. If the mirrored coffee table is not your thing, you can also consider silvery, modern alternatives that bring in the same sheen without actually using a mirrored finish.
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