When purchasing a coffee table with vintage, mid-century, or modern style furniture, you should strongly consider its functionality. It’s always nice to have a display of books and table accessories. However, leaving space for th ... necessities is a priority.
Whether you are using your coffee table as a centerpiece or to highlight your collection of books, there's no reason your table can't look photoshoot-ready. Here are some tips and tricks to spark inspiration and help you style a vintage, mid-century, or modern table.
It’s no secret that coffee tables need to be functional. So while planning out the centerpiece of your room, make sure there is enough space to place a drink—or rest your feet while relaxing.
Though new trends keep emerging, vintage and mid-century tables are sure to stand the test of time. Intricate in their details, these pieces will allow other decorative elements to take the spotlight. A good combination of color, texture, and height differences will take a coffee table to the next level. Books, plants, and modern sculptures placed in a seamless arrangement will also help create a well-balanced vignette. Choose a antique coffee table that matches the color of your wall, couch, or nearby artwork. This creates an aesthetic connection and helps incorporate a modern-day look.
Change the accessories on your coffee table occasionally. It will keep the room from getting boring and monotonous. Whether it’s a vintage, modern, or mid-century table, accessorizing can bring life to the room.
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