By Magnilde Winkler. Coffee Tables. At Sunday, December 31st 2017, 12:30:25 PM.
Yes, décor in wood is big in 2018 and this trend of gravitating towards natural materials is set to continue in the years to come. But a fabulous wood coffee table or even a live-edge coffee table might not fit into the decorating scheme of your living space. Those looking to still bring in textural contrast can turn to acrylic coffee tables or those with a polished marble top and a wiry, metallic base. It is all about the space available, colors that surround the coffee table and the style of the room itself.
Geo forms are a hit in today’s design world. No wonder the Origami Coffee Table from West Elm is hard to ignore! Inspired by origami (hence its name), this table features a hand-inlaid bone-tile top and a geometric base with a faceted look.
From curves to straight lines, we now move on to coffee tables that feature right angles. The Jacques Cocktail Table from Jonathan Adler is crafted from brushed brass and Lucite for an incredibly chic result that is compact and transparent. Since you can see through the piece, it’s anything but bulky, making it ideal for compact living areas.