9 Ways Using the Invisible Coffee Table

9 Ways Using the Invisible Coffee Table

Among the simplest ways to make a room feel larger would be to keep it from being overly high of furniture. To be able to eliminate keeping all the furniture you require, use a sneaky designers’ suggestion: clear furniture. Even though glass-topped tables reigned in the past, technology has brought us more flexible and minimal acrylic for the modern tables. See how they could work in 9 wide-ranging room styles.

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Tobi Fairley Interior Design

1. Happy Chic. Whenever you have a rug this fantastic, you do not want to cover it up and disrupt its own lines. Thus, a very clear coffee table is the best choice. In addition, the curves onto the dining table mimic the lines onto the rug.


2. Collected. Because the table is indeed barely-there, it may mix with antiques like this Victorian settee.

Nicholas Moriarty Interiors

3. Contemporary Loft Style. The dining table is a smart alternative for sleek contemporary rooms.

Lauren Liess Interiors

4. Traditional. This designer loves to combine the older, the new and everything in between. Using the clear coffee table keeps things from appearing cluttered.

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Kate Jackson Design

5. Transitional. The acrylic coffee table is one of the contemporary elements within this darkened room.

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6. Minimal. The table is minimal, since it’s all just 1 piece.

Rajni Alex Design

7. Global. This chamber adopts a variety of textures and unique pieces affected by far-flung areas of earth. The acrylic coffee table subtly floats in the middle of it atop a zebra rug.

Jessica Lagrange Interiors

8. Eclectic. With each the color happening in this room, it involves a coffee table which was not distracting.

9. Eclectic 2. I had to bring this simply to ask, does not it seem like this chamber and the preceding room are first cousins? They both have such a wonderful power and utilize color in fantastic ways.

If you’re looking for a this sort of table, lots of the examples I’ve shown you in this ideabook will be The Peekaboo Table from CB2. The acrylic is 1/2″ thick, and it’s just over three feet.

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