Published at Sunday, November 04th 2018, 08:39:57 AM. Table. By Dory Laurent.
A cool thing about mirrored coffee tables is that they reflect their surroundings and that includes things like the area rug, the sofa, armchairs, light fixtures and basically anything else found around the table. You can take advantage of that in all sorts of ways.
As the name suggests, the Borghese coffee table has a design inspired by the Villa Borghese gardens in Rome, more exactly the stone pines that grow here. Just like the canopy of a tree grows in time, so can your coffee table collection. Mix and match the various little tables to create a complex composition that suits your needs and offers you functionality and versatility. Each table features a metal frame designed to resemble tree branches. The frame supports three individual wooden tops.
This is Zorro, a coffee table duo that’s more complex and intriguing than you first realize. Initially, it looks like just another coffee table that has a round marble top. Look again and you’ll notice that there’s a second table underneath, like a shadow of the first one. The two coffee tables mirror each other and together they form a dynamic and stylish duo.
Goodbye 2013, Hello 2014!!! Ah, the coffee table. The finishing piece of a living room. It’s like the shoe of an outfit – a proportionately small piece that makes all the difference in the overall result. It’s common to see a variety of coffee tables in living rooms – size, color, material, style, and shape. Rounded coffee tables have the advantage of minimizing potentially hazardous corners; plus, they never look askew. Rectangular coffee tables mimic the shape of most sofas, so they automatically make sense. But what about a square coffee table? Is there a place in design for them? Indeed there is.