Coffee Tables. Sunday , January 21st , 2018 - 14:30:49 PM
Geo forms are a hit in today’s design world. No wonder the Origami Coffee Table from West Elm is hard to ignore! Inspired by origami (hence its name), this table features a hand-inlaid bone-tile top and a geometric base with a faceted look.
Those seeking even more contrast can choose a coffee table that blends unusual form with warmth of wood or sparkle of metal to create a cool focal point. In most modern living rooms the large coffee table is being replaced by a collection of smaller coffee tables or even a trio of stylish side tables, which give a lot more design flexibility. This summer, try out this new look for a fresher and more vibrant living room.
Picking a coffee table for the living room is a choice that is largely defined by the style of the space, the available room, the décor that your choose for the rest of the living area, and of course, functionality. Few coffee tables cut across the usual style and ergonomic barriers and fit in effortlessly with almost any living room that you can imagine. Natural and beautiful, the live-edge coffee table is one such delight that seems as much at home in polished, contemporary homes as it does in rustic holiday cabins and beautiful beach-style retreats.
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