Published at Friday, September 21st 2018, 03:04:49 AM. Table. By nancy williams.
The Lazio coffee table has the same type of studded embellishments as Ryanne but its design is a bit different in the sense that it has an open frame with a simple but still eye-catching geometry. the two drawers have mirrored fronts matching the sides and the top of the table. They also have soft leather handles which gives the table a particularly refined look.
The key element tables in general take advantage of is the base. There’s not much room for innovation when it comes to the tabletop. The base, however, is another thing. There are many intricate designs out there but sometimes it’s the simplest choices that impress the most. Just look how sleek this coffee table is, especially with that carpet underneath.
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.
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.