Jewel Godin Coffee Tables, February 06th , 2018. 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!
Caresse Fournier Coffee Tables, February 06th , 2018. Whether you sketching up decorating plans for your new living room, or wish to give the existing one a lovely facelift by bringing in a new coffee table, today’s collection of 25 contemporary coffee tables should provide you with ample inspiration. Showcasing the latest in coffee table design trends (and along with it living room decorating ideas) these newest delights range from the simple to the stunning. Be it a coffee table in wood or one in acrylic, something simple and square or eclectic and abstract – you will find them all!
Odette Bazin Coffee Tables, February 06th , 2018. Looking for a coffee table that’s great for the outdoors? The Acara Coffee Table from Crate & Barrel is constructed from weather-resistant acrylic and natural minerals. Need another reason to love this table? How about its sleek shape?
Orlene Echeverri Coffee Tables, February 06th , 2018. The design trick with round tables is determining how much walking space there is around the table. Guests should feel comfortable in walking past seated guests, without feeling like a movie theater and saying “excuse me” for seated guests to have to stand! Assume at least 1-2 feet around your coffee table, more or less depending on the seating arrangement.
Caresse Fournier Coffee Tables, February 06th , 2018. From curves to straight lines, we now move on to coffee tables that feature right angles. The Jacques Cocktail Table from Jonathan Adler is crafted from brushed brass and Lucite for an incredibly chic result that is compact and transparent. Since you can see through the piece, it’s anything but bulky, making it ideal for compact living areas.
Odette Bazin Coffee Tables, February 06th , 2018. When all the pieces fit, you have design perfection! Below we see QoWood by ORUBA, which is a vision in metallic flair and circular geometry. Available in oak or beech (with a gold leaf or silver leaf finish), this table offers a range of modular possibilities in terms of position!
Mireille Sacre Coffee Tables, February 06th , 2018. Finding a living room with coffee table in a bold hue is a rare sight with most homeowners opting for a table that plays perfect second fiddle to the couch. But a bright a colorful coffee table coupled with a neutral couch makes far more sense in the long run. Changing the bright coffee table is much less expensive and a lot easier than replacing a colorful sofa while redecorating the living room! From striped coffee tables in black and white and those in bright red or blue to ones that usher in fun patterns and eccentric motifs – try out something unique and exceptional in 2018.
Jewel Godin Coffee Tables, February 06th , 2018. 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.
Mireille Sacre Coffee Tables, February 06th , 2018. Coffee tables are designed to accompany the surrounding seating furniture, from your lounge chairs to sofa, ensure your coffee table mimics the same design style. For long sofas an accompanying long coffee table works well but with round coffee tables consider choosing a larger diameter table.
Orlene Echeverri Coffee Tables, February 05th , 2018. We now take a look at nesting tables that combine to form the ideal coffee table solution. Like this Set of 3 SAIC Paradox Nesting Tables from CB2, created for CB2 collaborative Design Collab. This piece was designed by School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) student Arianna Petrich and features three tables that can be pulled apart to form what appears to be a 3D cube (as shown below).
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