By Sing0. Coffee Tables. At Thursday, June 28th 2018, 04:37:19 AM.
Nowadays there are so many designs when it comes to coffee tables that it’s hard to decide on a single one. However, if you like simple and elegant pieces, the Kyoto coffe table might be the ones for you. As you might have already guessed, there’s a visible Japaneese influence in this table’s design.
The Around coffee table was created by Danish designer Thomas Bentzer. He designed the piece in 2011 for Muuto and it starts to get popular little by little. The Around coffee table is made of plywood and solid ash. The table top has a round shape and it also features edges. The top is made of plywood, the edge from ash plywood and the legs are crafted from solid ash. The wood has been carefully cut and glued together, then polished and painted with a lacquer finish for a unique look.
This intriguing coffee table is not special just because it’s made from aluminum. It also an intriguing shape. It’s round, but this is not news. The interesting thing about this coffee table is that you can’t distinguish the base from the top, they are just one piece. And another detail is that hole in the middle.
If your living‐room has worldwide style or components of boho chic and attempt using a flat topped vintage trunk as your coffee‐table. For a more conventional‐space, try an antique chest. Either of these options would make considerable coffee‐tables also provide substantial storage. Keep an eye out for special pieces also you may just discover the ideal non–traditional coffee‐table hiding right under your nose.
Multiple tables. When shopping for a coffee‐table and it’s natural to do precisely that: select one coffee–table. But why `limit–yourself` to just one huge one when you can utilize several little tables for the same result? This doesn`t mean you should throw a few random tables around the space. Alternatively, follow a few easy ´guidelines’ to attain an beautiful and cohesive look.