Published at Sunday, 08 September 2019. Metal. By Jolanka Bauer.
The coffee table, whether it’s big or small, low, rustic, modern, made of wood, metal or composite materials, has a key role in the design and structure of any living room. It's often at the center of the design despite its usually small dimensions and in a way that shows its versatility and adaptability.
After sofas and chairs, coffee tables are the most important element in any living room space. Crucial to your arrangement, these tables help to anchor the room. Equally stylish and functional, coffee tables offer much needed surface areas and storage, while adding a chic level of sophistication to your space.
A metal art coffee table may be used in conjunction with other metal furniture to create a tone to the room. Or it may be used with non metal furniture to create a counter point and an areas of focus. There are three basic designs that are particularly suited to metal art coffee tables, although two are not originally of metal. The low height Japanese in what is called the Tribeca style. The modern coffee table in the 'Marcel Breuer' style. Originally of a plain metal design it adapts admirably to metal art work.
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