By Magnilde Winkler. Coffee Tables. At Sunday, December 31st 2017, 14:32:27 PM.
Hexagonal bone tile covers the Hexagon Mosaic Coffee Table from Jonathan Adler. One is fabulous, but why not purchase two and place them side by side for a display of tessellated fabulousness? Anthropologie’s Edda Side Tables can be purchased in multiples and arranged in coffee table formation. Whether you snag two, three or four, their mango wood and iron construction is a thing of beauty!
Sometimes our first instinct is to cover large surfaces with an array of items. Yet lots of “stuff” can make even the largest of spaces seem cluttered. Try leaving a portion of your coffee table exposed for a clean look. For those who prefer a bountiful yet tidy look, try placing one bloom-filled vase on your coffee table.The look is abundant yet contemporary, especially if you choose interesting flowers for your arrangement!
We now take a look at nesting tables that combine to form the ideal coffee table solution. Like this Set of 3 SAIC Paradox Nesting Tables from CB2, created for CB2 collaborative Design Collab. This piece was designed by School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) student Arianna Petrich and features three tables that can be pulled apart to form what appears to be a 3D cube (as shown below).