Published at Tuesday, November 06th 2018, 08:16:21 AM. Table. By Alva Wagner.
This is not exactly a mirrored table but we really like its look so we’ll show it to you anyway. The mercury finish is quite elegant and gives the table a retro chic look which goes well with Nordic-inspired decors but also with a variety of other styles. This is the SEI Paschall Glam table and, as you can see, its design is simple. The metal frame is slim and the glass top and shelf are just what the table needs to look glamorous and sophisticated without necessarily looking too formal.
A black coffee table would look great placed on a colorful rug. The black and red combination is common and classical. If you choose a rug with a red print, include a few their matching details throughout the room. Although the coffee table is basically the star of the living room décor, it doesn’t necessarily have to stand out. In this case, for example, the table closely matches the wall unit which also includes a fireplace. The glossy finish on the table reflects the flames.
Mirrored furniture is known to make spaces seem larger and more open and that makes it a particularly good fit for living rooms where an airy ambiance is always welcomed. In that sense, a mirrored coffee table is a wonderful potential focal point. Not sure what to expect from such a statement piece in terms of design? Perhaps these examples can answer some of your questions.
The coffee table, in this case, is the element which brings together a series of modern and traditional elements such as the fireplace mantel, the ceiling trims and that beautiful dark floor. The table is simple and elegant and it has the best of both styles. As you’ve seen in the previous examples, a coffee table, especially if it’s black, can easily blend in and disappear into the décor. But you can also make it stand out if, for example, the rest of the room is decorated in light colors such as these shades of gray and turquoise.