Interior StyleContemporary Living Room, London

Gabriella Palumbo

Living room - contemporary formal living room idea in London with white walls —  Houzz
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Debbi Gillman wrote:Oct 25, 2016
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    Hi Debbie, Apologies I have not been in my office out on project site. The coffee table is a vintage table I found at an antique shop a few years ago in Queens Park, London. Sorry I do not have a specific place to find this particular piece.

  • joltins
    I too wanted to know who made this beautiful coffee table. I found a Lillian August Monte Coffee Table that is very similar. You can Google it.
torig23 wrote:Jun 11, 2016
  • joltins
    TE: I too wanted to know who made this beautiful coffee table. I found a Lillian August Monte Coffee Table that is very similar. You can Google it.
  • kimev
    I believe the coffee table is eichholtz
kaejones wrote:Apr 29, 2016
Lauren McLauchlan Sandefur wrote:Feb 19, 2016
  • joltins
    I too wanted to know who made this beautiful coffee table. I found a Lillian August Monte Coffee Table that is very similar. You can Google it.

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louchanobryan
Louise O'Bryan added this to 10 Kinds of Glass Coffee Tables That Can Make a RoomSep 26, 2017

1. Styled to perfection. Finished with slick chrome detailing, this glass table has another key to success: the collection of pieces on top that sets the tone for the room’s refined look. Neat stacks of books create a sense of calm and order, while the display’s linear lines mirror the striking picture gallery on the wall behind. Candles and a monochromatic floral arrangement keep things understated and elegant.Get tips on how to decorate a coffee table

parsonsgray
Parsons Gray {interior decoration + design} added this to Interior Design Basics to Help You Create a Better SpaceSep 15, 2017

Give your sofa breathing room. For a comfortable living space, think about practicalities as well as aesthetics. As a rule of thumb, allow 18 inches between the seating and a central coffee table. Any less can feel like a squeeze, but too much more can prove uncomfortable when reaching for a drink or a book. Also, make sure the coffee doesn’t overpower the room. The proportions tend to feel right when the table is about one-half to two-thirds of the sofa’s length.

coralinteriors
Coral Interiors added this to How to Turn Your Coffee Table Into a Treat for the EyeOct 20, 2016

Create a visual grid. By arranging objects in a grid formation, you’ll create a harmonious effect, especially if the display mirrors the seating. Break up the formality by placing a vase in a contrasting texture and height in the center. It’s easy and practical to create a grid with books, as the homeowners have done here. However, to add more interest, a good tip is to choose objects in a variety of materials, such as wood, glass, fabric and stone.

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