Your favourite TV show will come and go but coffee tables are forever. Here we breakdown the latest must have pieces in your living room based on the look you are trying to achieve.
Flirty & Whimsical
Bailey is here to shake things up. Taking on the colours of the items around it, the Bailey Coffee Table will fit into any living room like it was always meant to be. Made of high quality acrylic it is a millennial reinterpretation of acrylic retro furniture. The transparent piece is perfect for smaller spaces as it isn’t too bulky or obtrusive.
If you want a touch of Tuscany in your living room, Macy is your go to. This natural travertine coffee table is elevated through a traditional style ribbing on the column but modernised through the very in nest of three heights. The ribbed style can be placed to the front or side for each piece allowing you to play around with the forms.
Carrara marble in a contemporary form. The Lindy Coffee Table has been made with refined sophistication at its core. Available in Round or Oval it is equally suitable in a costal or modern home because of its white and grey veining. Lindy offers plenty of space for displaying items or entertaining guests. It is subtle sophistication without even trying.
A relaxed and inviting costal feel is so common in Australian interiors. Over the past few years there has been a big shift from Hamptons style homes to more relaxed and less formal counterparts. The Native Coffee Table is the perfect mix of light oak timber with a nougat terrazzo top. The coffee tables shape makes it anything but boring.
United Strangers provides us with the well-traveled curated aesthetic without having to leave the country. Their Bay 2 Coffee Table marries three different marbles to produce its show-stopping top. The transparent acrylic base adds a modern touch and stops the large 150 x 80cm top from overwhelming the space.
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