It’s easy to let the coffee table catch keys, remote controls and other odd items – but this piece is a focal point in any room so it’s worth styling just as you would every other part of the house. One of the easiest ways to switch up a room is to rework the coffee table – it’s an affordable way to bring something fresh into a space. Here is how I’ve styled the coffee table in our lounge.
|White lantern from @ Home|
|@ Home White Ladder & Cushions; Coricraft Couch|
|Old desk shortened into coffee table inherited from my mother!|
|Old Plate, from Husband’s pad.|
|Old Jars from Husband’s bachelor pad, pre-me 🙂|
Including a mix of the following items makes your coffee table appealing: tray, decorative item like a vase, jar, plate or interesting piece, natural element (flowers, or a mix of texture, colour etc.), candles and books you’d enjoy paging through. I’m learning to mix it up and play with different colours, textures and heights,
The point is to make your home inviting, and relaxed – for your guests, and for you to enjoy!
The pieces on my coffee table are mostly old. The tray was the most recent buy, from Woolworths. Below I’ve gathered similar items if you’d like to recreate this look. The items are listed with links.
|Clockwise: Mr Price Home Plate; @Home Jar; Woolworths Bird Cage; @Home Tray|
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