They say two heads are better than one, and this design makes us think the same rule applies to coffee tables. Not only does the light woven ottoman serve as additional surface space, but it also balances the larger black coffee table with it's neutral tone. Making the whole area feel more harmonious.
To create a space that feels super cohesive, try pairing furniture and wall art that reflect one another in shape and form. In this image, a circular end table with verticle lines has abstract art with circles made of verticle lines above it. The shape of the camel-colored armchair is reminiscent of the shape in the picture behind it, and the colors of the room accessories match those of the small abstract images. The overall effect feels organized, harmonious, and charming.
If you have a small dining room but a grand sense of style, pairing mid-century modern pieces and glam materials can be your ticket to design success. In this space, glass and brass glam elements add a bit of grandeur to the small dining space, while the mid-century modern furniture has simple forms that keep the design from feeling too large for the room.
If you're looking to save space and have lots of people at your dinners, round tables are perfect for you. It's easy to squeeze in an extra table setting or two where there aren't any corners! They're better for small rooms or rooms that aren't square, as their rounded edges help create easy flow through the room.
Glass mid-century modern dining tables provide a sleek look for modern or contemporary spaces. They are great for petite dining rooms as they don’t add any clunky visual weight to your space, plus the glass is super is easy to clean.
The coffee table is big enough that can be reached from all seats. The white see-through curtain avoids making the space too busy. The eclectic style pulls fur pillows, a leather sofa, and a wood coffee table together.
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