Furniture. Sunday , January 14th , 2018 - 10:44:32 AM
The coffee table is the piece that ties it all together. It often serves as a focal point in the living room and it’s always a must have. This is why designers are constantly innovating and coming up with new designs meant to increase the coffee table’s functionality or aesthetic appeal. The materials they use are sometimes odd. Concrete coffee tables are, for example, may not be very popular but they’re definitely interesting. The Mason coffee table shows us that concrete has a sophisticated side. That side was showcased in a minimalist design which emphasizes the table’s polished surface, clean lines and cool gray color.
Or perhaps she’d prefer a grey one instead. The colorful buttons stand out more on this one and the Navy tripod floor lamp makes her green eye look gorgeous. You’ve chosen right, human! Sometimes there’s just not enough room on the elegant Quentin Armchair for both Pooches so the first one gets to sit comfortably while the other is stuck waiting on the floor for an opening. Two of these lemongrass green chairs would have been perfect but a little competition doesn’t hurt.
The Folio media stand designed by Giuseppe Bavuso is a freestanding unit that hides most of its storage at the back while the front features a sleek, curved panel that doubles as a TV stand. Behind it there’s a series of small shelves/ storage compartments for DVDs and other small objects. If you prefer something a bit more low profile, take a look at the NeXo cabinet. It has a simple and sophisticated design and comes with built-in speakers, a detail that increases the unit’s versatility, allowing it to suit living rooms and home theater’s alike.
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