Published at Monday, November 26th 2018, 22:21:56 PM by Alair Bernard. Table. The coffee table is one of the elements which complete the living room, being usually placed at the center of the sitting area with seating placed all around it. Although it may not be used for much, the coffee table is a must-have. Modern coffee tables sometimes take this accent piece to a new level by giving it additional functions. As a result, the table can also include storage or can double as something else. Others serve as eye-catching accessories or focal points for the room by featuring unusual proportions, shapes, colors or combinations of materials.
Published at Monday, October 22nd 2018, 21:20:46 PM by Dory Laurent. Table. If you’re not using color to highlight a piece of furniture then the alternative is to use its actual shape. This elegant coffee table features a geometric design with clean and simple lines. It has a square shape which matches the design on the ceiling.
Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 21:44:19 PM by derick kuhn. Table. Versatility is the key characteristic of the Hexa table. Actually, this is a piece which can be used either as a table or a modular storage unit. It can be placed vertically or horizontally depending on the function required by the user at any particular moment. It includes practical storage compartments in both forms.
Published at Monday, November 05th 2018, 09:16:24 AM. Rug By marquisa simon. Even though the black and white combination is a classical, it’s not the only existing one. Sometimes a black and white accent piece would be too strong for a certain décor. In this case, for example, the cowhide features white and brown accents which match with the beautiful wooden floors and thus the visual impact is less striking.
Published at Monday, November 05th 2018, 08:48:39 AM. Flooring By marquisa simon. A similar strategy was used by Isern Associats for this house in Sant Pol de Mar, Spain. However, the contrast between the polished concrete floors and the wood-clad walls is quite subtle. In a way, that means there’s not a lot of warmth given out by the wood yet the texture is still there. A great design strategy for minimalist and Nordic-inspired decors.