Friday, 1 April 2016
How to Mix & Match Occasional Tables
Are you looking for occasional tables, but can’t seem to come up with a vision? If you intend to mix pieces rather than getting matching ones, then you might benefit from a few suggestions!
The Keeblen coffee table has apothecary-inspired details and a distressed finish. The lift-top also gives the table an eclectic feel and spacious drawers for all of your storage needs. While this piece is designed to be placed in front of your living room seating, it can also be used in the entrance of your home or a mudroom. All you need to do is throw a cushion on top of it, and presto! You have a new storage bench for either room. Then, for added visual interest, place some beautiful accent pillows as your final touch!
If you’re a fan of an eclectic style, then you’re in luck. The Keeblen’s style blends well with a number of different looks. Of course, you can always go the simple route and choose the matching end table. However, should you choose another end table, the Marimon is a match made in heaven. The beautiful woven industrial basket metal is topped with a black distressed wood. Its vintage rub-through black blends perfectly with the Keeblen’s grey undertones and black hardware. In addition, the top of the end table has just enough room for a nice lamp or to rest your mug beside a decorative vase.
Lastly, to complete the look in your living room, the Vennilux console table happens to be the last piece of the puzzle. Although the shape differs significantly from the others, its similar gray tones bring out the same casual style. This table is versatile in the sense that it can be placed against a wall, or even behind a sofa. Either way looks great! Again, if you prefer matching products, you can check out the associated products from this collection.
Home décor is like an art. Have fun playing with different pieces!
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