In this article we are going to present you some ideas from our designers how to have a stylish coffee table in your living room.
You can rearrange the items on this mirrored tabe daily, except for the book, Helmut Newton`s Sumo, which came with the Lucite base – its only moved for dusting. “The feathers are the last remnants of an over- the- top floral arrangements.” – Scott Salvator
“Our tiny house calls for flexibility. These two small, nickel plated, faux-bamboo tables from the 1940s fit the room perfectly but can be moved easily if we are having a party and need more space.” – Scot Meacham Wood
“The weathered, chipped surface of my Indonesian table means I can really use it without ever worry about damage. And i love its informality among the Pierre Frey and Bennison fabrics in my living room. ” – Schuvler Samperton
“If you are crazy about coffee tables that are a combination of bamboo or rattan and lacquer. The texture is wonderful- dressy yet friendly- and the design works in almost any setting.” – Libby Cameron
“This bird-shape table by Francois-Xavier Lalanne is one of my most favorite things! His wings fall down and he`s got a berry in his mouth, which symbolizes abundance and well-being.” – John Oetgen
“The hammered- brasss design, by my friedn Alison Spear , adds texture and a touch of gilt glamour to my living room. Its handsome, sculptural, and functional – a nod to Jean-Michel Frank – and the prefect perch for cheriched objects.” – Todd Klein.
“A coffee table schoudn`t be too low or too high – somewhere from 16 1/2 to 19 1/2 inches feels right to me. I like to move things around on the tabletop, but I always have a small bowl of treats!” – Kristen Buckingham
“I don`t have many vices, but the top of my table will tell you that I am addicted to books and fresh flowers. I find rectangular, taller coffee tables to be more comfortable than their low-slung counerparts.” -Paloma Contreras