Contemporary Living RoomContemporary Living Room, New York
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Coffee tableWhen we moved into our house, we made the decision to abandon the traditional coffee table in our living room. We’ve found they take up a lot of space and are often covered in toys, books, magazines and papers. What does your coffee table attract? Do you find that clutter not only gathers on top, but also underneath?
What Houzzers are commenting on:
3. Think of your coffee table as a puzzle piece. Imagine how all the pieces are going to fit together in the room. This is especially helpful when choosing a coffee table. Visual scale is a key element in finding the one for your needs. If your seating takes up a great deal of space, look for coffee tables that are visually less weighty, such as ones that are glass, open underneath or in an unexpected shape like round, soft triangular or oval.