In the last Furniture Fever post I was pining over a tête à tête sofa and this month I have come down with a complementary case of coffee table fever, in particular I have the sickness for a "low coffee table". One that is lower to the ground than your typical coffee table. Most coffee tables are between fifteen and seventeen inches high, close to level of the height of the bottom cushion of seating and lately I have been wanting to incorporate something that is obviously visually lower than the seat cushions of the surrounding chairs and sofas.
Following are rooms that would cure my fever. Low coffee tables come in all sorts of styles and finishes and any will do to cure my fever!
Low Coffee Tables with Curves
William McLure, photo source
Erin Condron Interiors, photo source
Low Architectural Salvage Coffee Table
Moore House, photo source
Low Mid Century Modern Slatted Wood Coffee Tables
Aero Studios, photo source
Emmanuel de Bayser, photo source
Low Simple, Large Wood Coffee Tables
Kara Miller Interiors, photo source
Yana Prydalna, photo source
Maison Particulière, photo source
Low Block Like Coffee Tables
Side note on this picture, this coffee table, painted Farrow & Ball Mouse's Back is what made me want to paint my kitchen cabinets this color when I saw it a magazine long ago. It spoke to me.
Suzanne Rheinstein, photo source
Stone Coffee Tables
Whittney Parkinson, photo source
There is something about a "low coffee table" that is inviting and chic, don't you think?
I will be back for Manic Monday. Happy weekend.
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