Choose the right coffee table. Start from the style
What style you have decorated your flat in is extremely important when choosing a coffee table. A coffee table is rarely bought together with all the furnishings. A table, chairs, sofa or bed come first in the flat. This does not mean that you are doomed to buy a piece of furniture that will 'clash' with the rest of the furnishings. Consider what the rest of the furniture has in common. Then it is easy. You have a Scandinavian style flat. In this case, a delicate, low table in natural wood or a light colour is best. A rectangular coffee table or a round coffee table is therefore a good idea. Drawing from the Scandinavian style, the japanese style also likes simple solutions and low furniture. Here, a coffee table from the BÓN series is a natural choice.
There will also be something for loft lovers. The Iron Oak coffee table features metal elements so characteristic of the industrial style. The legs of this piece of furniture are a direct reference to the loft style. The legs of this piece of furniture are a direct reference to the loft style, so they will be the element that links this piece of furniture to others in your home. Do you have white furniture or accessories? Do you appreciate the unobtrusiveness and purity of the modern style? Then be sure to check out the white or black BOX table. It is a practical choice. It has additional shelves under the top, just right for the remote control, coffee pads or a newspaper. There are few pieces of furniture in your home. Each is unique and original. You are looking for an equally original coffee table. The answer is the rustic oak table Freja. The unusual top, the surprising shape of the legs, all this will meet the expectations of even the most discriminating connoisseur.
You do not have to fear that the coffee table will not match the rest of the décor. In the MoonWood shop you can choose from a dozen or so proposals tailored to the style of your home