Jewel Godin Coffee Tables, July 07th , 2017. Sometimes our first instinct is to cover large surfaces with an array of items. Yet lots of “stuff” can make even the largest of spaces seem cluttered. Try leaving a portion of your coffee table exposed for a clean look. For those who prefer a bountiful yet tidy look, try placing one bloom-filled vase on your coffee table.The look is abundant yet contemporary, especially if you choose interesting flowers for your arrangement!
Odette Bazin Coffee Tables, August 30th , 2017. With midcentury design gaining plenty of popularity in the last few years, it is inevitable that homeowners want a coffee table with a curvy top and slim wooden legs. These trademark features of midcentury modern coffee tables make them a sought-after acquisition and often one that is pretty expensive. But crafting a gorgeous midcentury style coffee table is a lot less expensive affair and even the most polished creations should not set your back by any more than $80-$100.
Caresse Fournier Coffee Tables, July 02nd , 2017. Hexagonal bone tile covers the Hexagon Mosaic Coffee Table from Jonathan Adler. One is fabulous, but why not purchase two and place them side by side for a display of tessellated fabulousness? Anthropologie’s Edda Side Tables can be purchased in multiples and arranged in coffee table formation. Whether you snag two, three or four, their mango wood and iron construction is a thing of beauty!
Mireille Sacre Coffee Tables, July 13th , 2017. There is a misconception among homeowners that embracing black means turning the living room into a dark space that is black, black and more black. While this look works in some select homes, a better way forward is to combine that black coffee table with a dark accent wall or even a couch in a matching hue to create a look of homogeneity. Add a rug with hints of black, a few black chairs and maybe a dark pendant or two to make a bold style statement.
Jewel Godin Coffee Tables, August 10th , 2017. If a grouping of items interests you and you’re determined to keep the look low-key, try taking a mellow approach. Choose items in understated tones, such as soft blue. You can also opt for a monochromatic feel by sticking to objects in the same color family. A trio of vases makes a lovely yet calm statement on the low coffee table below. The dual-toned surface of the smallest vase creates just the right amount of drama. More on adding drama in the next section!
Odette Bazin Coffee Tables, July 18th , 2017. When you check out the Set of 2 Pascal Bunching Tables from Crate & Barrel below (three are pictured), you won’t be able to stop yourself from ordering a bunch. That’s because the Parsons design and modular possibilities make this French flea market find-inspired piece a great fit for a range of design styles. Choose from a copper, nickel or brass finish.
Orlene Echeverri Coffee Tables, September 11th , 2017. We begin with a collection of beautifully designed modular coffee tables. No need to piece together your perfect item! These selections have it all, and they’re ready to take center stage in your living room. First up is DAB, a low modular coffee table with an integrated magazine rack. Manufactured by Kendo Mobiliario, the piece was designed by Francesc Rifé. Four types of modules are involved, and all modules are available in four sizes. Now that’s a customizable piece! [featured at Archiproducts]
Caresse Fournier Coffee Tables, August 05th , 2017. Coffee tables are one of those furniture pieces that you don’t think of much until you sit down at a couch and realize there isn’t enough space for your legs because an over-sized coffee table is in the way. Round coffee tables enable you to maximize space conveniently and beautifully. If you are confused on how to choose the best round coffee table for your relaxing area, here are a few tips to get you started.
Mireille Sacre Coffee Tables, August 16th , 2017. We begin with round coffee tables. The fact that they don’t have corners makes them extremely useful for small spaces, as you can easily navigate the room without bumping into them. Just because they fit well into compact areas doesn’t mean they can’t make a grand statement! The Polly Cocktail Table from Jonathan Adler is a real showstopper. It swivels (yes, each separate level can spin out from the center). In addition, it features three tones of blue lacquer.
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