When it comes to styling tables, there aren’t any exact rules. It reflects your personality but there are a few things that you need to keep in mind to balance out stuff around the table which I am sharing here today. Coffee or side tables are one of the parts of the home that instantly catches the eyes once you enter the room and alter the finish of that space. I love to keep things simple and within the neutral range that way it’s easy to swipe things around seasonally. Here are five things that will help you finish your space.
- Add height by adding books or other objects of different heights. This way the display items feature itself than looking flat. You do need to play around with things to balance out the tallest piece in your display in height. You can create a visual triangle in different ways but it always ends perfectly.
2. Something living like plants or flowers will do its own part even if it’s faux. it adds texture to the place and softens out the look as well as if you need a pop of colour. Just go with your favourite flower or small green plants. I always pick seasonal fresh flowers and they look so pretty.
3. Decorating in odds is the key to interior designing. I learned this a while back in my early 20s from a home interior designer. Not every single item has to be at odds but it automatically creates perfect space almost every single time as well as looks more balanced.
4. Adding dimension to the space by adding something quirky, and shiny, mirror or candles does the job. Currently, I’ve been loving the new Himalayan Salt & Rosewater Candle Collection, especially their 3 wicked candles are my favourite because that’s the only way I can get the scent around my open concept home. This also adds personality and reflection of your style to the space. The reflection of metals or mirrors brings more attention to the space.
5. Trays are the best way to keep space decluttered if you have more items to display. It brings that clean finish look that your space needs.
I hope this post helps you set up your coffee/side tables. let me know what kind of concepts you use to set up or design your space. I shared a little demo below let me know what you think?