There are famous interior designers that you know all Pinterest boards, like Kelly Wearstler, Holly Hunt, Martyn Lawrence Bullard…What about pick a center table, to display books, drinks, home accessories…all to enhance your living room ideas.
EMPIRE center table – luxury furniture addition by Boca do Lobo for your living room
AUDREY chair – fashion furniture by KOKET
Artworks by Manolo Valdés and Donald Baechler hang in the New York City living room of decorator Richard Mishaan. The Donghia sofas are clad in a Jim Thompson fabric, a Barry Flanagan hare-on-horse bronze tops a Jules Leleu cocktail table from Bernd Goeckler Antiques.
Decorator Timothy Corrigan outfitted the living room in his Los Angeles home with an unfinished 19th-century canvas by Carolus-Duran; the cocktail table, armchairs, and sofas are by Timothy Corrigan Home.
A wall-size painting by Khalil Rabah presides over a London home’s library, decorated by François Catroux; the Hervé Van der Straeten table lamps are from Alexandre Biaggi, and the bronze bust on the cocktail table is by Kehinde Wiley.
MANUKA contemporary center table, is a “to be continued” of brass center tables collection by BRABBU.
In a Manhattan apartment by Michael S. Smith and Ferguson & Shamamian Architects, the master bedroom contains a cocktail table in silver leaf and lacquered gesso from Liz O’Brien.
In decorator Daniel Romuladez’s Los Angeles home, a print from Christopher Bucklow’s “Guests” series is displayed above the hearth; the cocktail table is by André Joyau, and the fireplace tools are vintage Jacques Adnet
A Jasper Morrison sofa by Cappellini faces a vintage cocktail table and chairs by Poul Kjærholm, as well as a vent-free fireplace from Spark Fires, in the living space.
Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Trumpet is displayed above a custom-made sofa in a Beverly Hills home decorated by Peter Dunham; the cocktail tables are vintage French, and the 1940s floor lamps are by Jacques Adnet.
In the living room of a Boston townhouse decorated by Thad Hayes, a 1950s Bjørn Wiinblad chandelier hangs above a Philip and Kelvin LaVerne cocktail table from Donzella 20th Century Gallery and bespoke club chairs by Hayes clad in a Clarence House linen.
Piccione Architecture & Design renovated and decorated this Shelter Island, New York, home for a young family. In the living room, 1960s armchairs from John Salibello Antiques and a 1953 Finn Juhl settee face a glossy cocktail table.
SEQUOIA brass center table by BRABBU it is a living room furniture masterpiece addition…and was one of the pieces featured in Fifty Shades of Grey!
Shelton Mindel refreshed a family’s East Hampton, New York; the family room’s sectional sofa is accented by a Lena Rewell mohair throw. The cocktail table was designed by Shelton Mindel and the Arne Jacobsen floor lamp is from Design Within Reach.
In decorator Holly Hunt’s Chicago apartment, a fireplace surround of Indiana-gray limestone brightens the library, where two Gene Summers armchairs are grouped with a Christian Liaigre cocktail table, Brenda Houston side tables, a Promemoria sofa cushioned in a Holly Hunt suede
The Quarrel by Cecily Brown hangs above a velvet-upholstered sofa in the living room of a New York City apartment decorated by Penny Drue Baird of Dessins; the cocktail table is ’40s French.
In the Manhattan apartment of fashion publicist Ed Filipowski and Barneys New York CEO Mark Lee, renovated by architect Mark Janson of Janson Goldstein, the cocktail tables—two made from slabs of selenite from Blackman Cruz, one made of teak—feature chrome bases.
Silver-plated sconces from Remains Lighting flank the living room fireplace of a Long Island home decorated by Mariette Himes Gomez; the cocktail table is by Holly Hunt.
In the sitting area of a California home by decorator Steven Volpe, a fire screen by Christophe Côme complements the cocktail table custom made by Juan Garrido.
LALLAN wood center table is an essential living room furniture for a modern home decor.
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