Published at Tuesday, April 28th 2020. by Karmina Jackson in Living Room.
Hey guys? The article today we're going to talk about the do and don'ts of styling your coffee table. So, don't let you not read this article, okay?
Your coffee table is always present in your living room, so it's so important that it looks good without compromising on functionality. But first things first, what you will need is an industrial measuring tape. Don't forget to rate, share with your friends, and let's get started!
The first basic knowledge that you should know before you purchase your coffee table is to know what the right size is for your sofa. You should get a couch first and let the other design and furniture follow, not the other way around.
Your coffee table should be half the length or 2/3 of the sofa you have. This way, your coffee table will be enough for the number of people that will sit on your couch. Letting a small coffee table for a three-seater sofa is not functional. As everything will crowd on top of the table instead, when your guests or your family are using it.
Next to take into account the height of the perfect coffee table for your sofa. Should not be four inches higher or four inches lower than the seat part of your couch.
Your living room should be a place of relaxation and comfort. So when you have to strain your back by bending down to place something on the table, it just ruins the purpose. On the other hand, when you get a tall coffee table, and you place Decker on top, it blocks your view.
We've got the perfect coffee table now, so it's time to start talking about decorating it. Will of thumb for coffee table styling is that the Decker should look good on all sites. A coffee table is placed in the center.
So its 360-degree angle should look good wherever you were seated. On the sofa, placing a photo frame will not work in coffee tables, and there are a front and a back that works best for our vases.
In decorating rectangular-shaped coffee tables, it's essential to keep it balanced. I place a unique piece in the center, making its focal point it could be a flower arrangement of base or a figurine at each side.
It will be smaller objects with the same visual weight. It's okay if they're not identical as long as they balance the whole coffee table, and they coordinate with the other colors in the room.
With round and square coffee tables, the trick is to make a triangle layout just like what I did with the rectangular-shaped coffee table. I bring out the focal point that makes a focal point. It is the tallest object in the group. But remember not too tall that it will block our view.
Sometimes there are coffee tables that have that multi versatile design the trick there is to not overcrowd it putting a lot of Dekker on top of. It will ruin its functionality. You won't have space for your drinks and snacks and other essential things.
If you place too much decoration, the best way to approach styling coffee tables. This is to take it as one large coffee table earlier than two or three smaller coffee tables so you won't have to repeat the groupings.
lastly, the base some coffee table designs have a lower level don't keep it empty or cramp a lot of stuff in it because you think no one's gonna see it trust me, they will. The bottom ground the coffee table with one large object like this if you don't have something large enough to balance.
And those are the basics of styling your coffee table. Don't forget to look gallery bellow, for getting a reference suitable for a coffee table with your sofa.
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