How To Set a Coffee Table

Do you know what is a coffee table? It’s a long and low table which is designed to be used in front a couch for supporting beverages (coffee), books, magazines, photo frames, decorative objects and more.

They are a perfect choice for living rooms. Adding the right elements, you can create a stunning scene to impress and make you feel better at home. There is no anything better than a comfy place to share with the loved ones.

How To Set a Nice Coffee Table?

For setting a coffee table you must think about the space, context and season to choose the best items an achieve a wonderful look. You can pick a matching table or a non-matching table for a disruptive style.

We are going to share with you some tips but in the end, the most important thing is that you let your imagination fly.

4 Tips To Set a Stunning Coffee Table

  1. Maintain the balance.
  2. Create a seasonal style.
  3. High and low.
  4. 3 is the number

  1. Maintain the Balance

For keeping your coffee table balanced you need to control the number of items that will be placed on the table. Side to side, its important to create similar groups to avoid empty spaces.

2. Create a seasonal style

Keep in mind that your living room is a focal point, so that your coffee table is a great place to rotate seasonal decorative elements. Play with colors and include elements such as flowers, decorative items (flags, pumpkins, golden stars…), it depends on what is the most representative element of a season.

3. High and Low

When all items are at the same eye level, nothing gets noticed. For creating a nice visual weight, you can use high and low elements on the table, that relief will provide a look that your guests will never forget.

4. 3 is the number.

There is a rule, threes come in handy when styling your coffee table. The idea is to create the decoration, dividing the table into 3 sections, and on these, place the necessary elements. This is especially recommended for long, rectangular-shaped tables.

It´s easy. Now it’s time to create!

Have nothing in your home that you don’t know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.

Williamn Morris

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