Published at Tuesday, 30 July 2019. Coffee Table. By Brigitta Connolly.
A sense of difference between 'glossy items' and 'matte items' would and help 'differentiate' between the zones. Difference is an main component in almost all areas of style and the coffee table is no different.
#Tip 4: Add Decorative Items
Now that you've got all of your coffee table basics laid out into zones you're ready for the finishing touches. Attach a few of your favorite, 'small decorative items' to provide your coffee table some personality and some pops of color.
#Tip 1: Create Zones For Your Round Coffee Table
Whether you have a 'round coffee table' or a 'rectangular coffee table', the first step toward styling it is to split it up into zones. Let's begin with a round coffee table like the Bossier Coffee Table. You'll want to create 4 distinct, equal zones.
- Zone 1: Greenery. Set a vase with flowers, a plant, or other types of 'colorful greenery' in this zone to give the coffee table a sense of life and freshness. Sows are also simple to swap out depending on the season so that your coffee table never looks stale.
- Zone 2: Sculpture. Have a spare sculpture lying around your house? The coffee table is the place to put it. The sculpture could be a variety of items like a bust of your favorite president, an old film camera, or something as simple as a kandlestick.
- Zone 3: A stack of books. Select large, flat books for this zone. These are the true coffee table books. The ones that you contemplate buying at the book store until you notice they're $75. Those ones. 2 or 3 is best for this zone.
- Zone 4: Another stack of books. For this stack, you'll want to take about 4 or 5 standard‐sized books and create a stack out of them. This would help make some nice height variation and let your guests know how well‐read you are.
#Tip 2: Vary the Height and Textures
When curating your coffee table you'll want to use a variety of heights and textures between the zones. If your stacks of books are the same height as your sculpture then the table is going to feel cluttered as opposed to crafted.
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