The new coffee table arrived for the living room and I can't wait to show it to you! First though, the reason why I went with this particular table.
Because I love adding wall treatments around our house, we have a lot of "hard" lines. A lot of squares and rectangles if you will. Plus you add in furniture, which for the most part is the same shape -- and you get a long of corners and not a lot of softness.
Adding in some circles is the perfect cure for too many lines. :) I try to soften specific spaces that have a lot of horizontal or vertical lines with round items. Sometimes just a wreath will do the trick:
And round light fixtures go a long way to breaking up all the lines in a space:
Sometimes something as simple as a round knob does the trick:
And one of my favorites is a round mirror!:
So when we got the new sofa in the living room a couple weeks ago I knew I wanted to go round for the coffee table. We have round wood table that used to be in that room, but I love it so much we moved it to the family room. :) That's why the rectangle coffee table was out in the living room last time I shared it with you.
I wanted something round to break up all the lines in this room, but couldn't find anything affordable. At first I wanted a solid round wood table, but the one I feel in love with was about $1300. Uhh, no. :)
So I kept searching and wouldn't you know -- I found one I loved on Amazon. It's a Sauder glass and metal table:
It's got a gold finish and I LOVE IT in this room. It only took a few minutes to put together:
They also have a black metal version that's $20 cheaper too!
I think it's lovely in here. The glass and metal keeps things light and bright:
It also gives it a more grown up feel too. The table is also a little bigger than what we had before -- 36 inches across. This room can take the bigger size just fine.
As you can see, I've added circles in other ways in this room as well:
And of course, if all else fails, you can add some in softer shapes with accessories too. Something as simple as a round lampshade or planter helps to break things up:
I've been sharing this room a lot so far this year -- it's such a light and bright space, and I'm just so thrilled with how it's come together over the past month. I have been working on another project so I'll show you that this week too! No more living room for awhile. ;)
As you can see, I decided to stick with the blue pillows in here for now -- they feel right for the spring and summer (a long way off I know). I think the other ones will work well for the second part of the year.
I'll leave you with a shot from above with the new table. And a hello from Colby:
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