Articles and news
5 STEPS: HOW TO STYLE A COFFEE TABLEThe table
First, choose the coffee table style that most suits you and your living room. Are you into light or dark colours? Do you like wood or metal? What shape do you want: round, square or rectangular? What size should it be? Should it have storage room? Can it be easily restyled? At Oot-Oot Studio we have minimal coffee tables that can be easily restyled with different decorating items anytime you feel like it. Check them our here.
Set a theme to help you find the right decorative objects for your coffee table. You can have a beach, romantic, minimalistic or any other theme that catches your eye and looks great in your home.
Decorate with objects that belong into a complementary colour palette and style category. Use candles, books, trays and flowers. They are common design elements in professional table styling. They also create a focal point for the table, binding all the decorative elements together.
Styling your coffee table with objects that have different height or size will add depth to your living room. However, balance is the key here. Don’t only mix extra large elements with extra small ones. Be gradual to avoid crooked displays.
Above all, don’t forget that your coffee table should always preserve its function. Don’t overdo it with styling elements. Keep some free space for your and your quests’ coffee cups, phone etc.
Check out some coffee table styling options below:
You may also be interested in the following articles
Small space living has definitely become more and more popular in the past several years. Low maintenance costs and providing higher rental revenue per square meter than larger units are some of the reasons why this trend has spread. However, it can be quite the challenge decorating a small room while still keeping the feel of it light and airy. Here are our 5 best hacks to nail this challenge.
On the second week of February world’s leading meeting place for Scandinavian design – Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair 2018 – took place. The fair filled a space as big as 40 000 square meters with the freshest interior and lighting innovations. Oot-Oot visited the fair and checked out which new products, materials, economic and technological solutions have been brought on the design market.