The coffee table hunt has officially started. Yesterday we spent some time trying to figure out what we would like. We are thrilled substantially by 3 different look. Either glassy and modern, rustic/industrial or marmor. So, today I spend the morning looking at an incredible number of sites to establish my top 10 coffee tables and hopefully this will help us finally take the final step.
So, here is a picture of our living room to help picture the different coffee tables in the space:
And here is the mood board.
1. Club Vintage interiors, Harrison coffee table. 895€. Well beyond our budget obviously. The glass and the shiny metal gives the idea of a sophisticated space. Ohh, so dreamy!
2. Asko, Dream coffee table. 499€. This is basically the only one of glass coffee tables available in our country. I am not crazy about the shape to be honest, but far nicer than others I have seen around.
3. BoConcept, Mursia. 829€ (We would go only for 1 of the two). Also this one is too expensive for us at the moment. But I firmly believe that marmor coffee table would look very nice in our living room, and even better if it would be a bit curvy (e.g. oval). The texture would look fab, since at the moment the room is a bit plain.
4. Avignon, 169€. The more I look at it, the more I love it. It would bring a lovely rustic vibe to the room and warm things up. Ohh. Amazing!
5. Boknäs, Vintage military nest of 3 tables. 395€. This trio also would warm the space, but with a more polish look.
6. Ikea, Strind. 129€. I am not totally crazy about this one (maybe because of the off-white color?), but I love the round shape of the legs. It could be nice to break all those straight lines of the room with something curvy.
7. Ikea, Isala. 199€. Among the modern look is the one I am the most confident about. I am sure it would look pretty in our rooom and blend in with other ikea furniture we have.
8. Nimes, 569€. I like this one also because of the curvy lines, but also for the texture, the neutral and soft color and because it reminds of a table at restoration hardware.
9. Lyon. 269€. This would help built the industrial/rustic style that I adore. If we decide to go this way it is possible to DIY something.
10. Leonardo ottoman. 299€ (the square one). I was also thinking that it could be nice to have, instead of a coffee table an ottoman. This was the closest one of what I would like. At the end I don't think it would be very handy.
Just to keep in mind, for the rustic look, I found this site that makes tables (again way too expensive for us), but this is also a nice coffee table that would fit.
So, what do you think? Any advices?