A trio of vases makes a lovely yet calm statement on the low coffee table below. The dual-toned surface of the smallest vase creates just the right amount of drama. More on adding drama in the next section!
were seen as a thing of the past just a few years ago. It was especially considered a big ‘no-no’ in the 90’s that saw shift towards more polished and less natural materials in home design.
But changing between coffee tables with altering seasons and trends can be an expensive and time-consuming affair. And even if you are willing to go the extra yard it is often hard to find exactly what you are looking.
If midcentury modern coffee tables are not your thing then try out equally trendy and contemporary coffee tables with Nordic charm. The DIY Danish modern coffee table is a showstopper that looks as good as any store-bought piece while the minimal DIY tile coffee table is even sleeker and can also offer a dash of storage space for your magazines.
Contemporary living spaces with a mirrored coffee table definitely stand out from the crowd. With open plan living becoming the way forward for most this glamorous coffee table can define and even anchor the smart living area and give it a subtle Art Deco twist without moving away from the largely modern vibe.
Repetition gives the room a more curated look and this approach work beautifully in posh contemporary living spaces where just a mirrored coffee table and a small mirror above the fireplace with mirrored frame can make a huge difference to the overall ambiance.