Styling a Small Coffee Table with Drawers can be a daunting task for some people but to others it comes quite easy and natural. The key here is to have an open mind and a little patience. Sometime in the past, I found it a little tasking doing that, but after experimenting with a couple of household items and surfing the internet, I got some ideas which I’m going to share with you. You might also get some ideas too in the course of reading this.
By rule of thumb, Small Coffee Tables means a small space to work with, therefore, a magazine or two can be centered on the table. Nothing too much or the table will look crowded and boring. This usually works best with round and oval tables. A mug in a saucer can be placed on the magazines.
Give it a Touch of Nature
A small vase or a tray with a bouquet of brightly colored flowers such as tulips, roses, sunflowers, carnations, peonies, chrysanthemums. A bouquet of these flowers on your table can give it one of the best aesthetic touches.
Keep it Simple
A thin-surfaced table with slim legs most times doesn’t require too much work. With them, simple is more and can be better than cluttering a lot of nonessentials on it. Try using a bowl of fresh fruits positioned to one side of the table. This agrees very well with Small square and rectangular Coffee Tables.
Brightly Colored Books
Stair-shaped stacks of brightly colored books of varying lengths can give your table and room the feel of warmth and calm.
Spice up that Lower Deck
Ornaments or figurines of animals can add a bit of life to that deck, and they usually work best on glass Coffee Tables. Your photo album can also do the trick.
Drawers do Help
For Coffee Tables whose Drawer contents can be visible over their glass surfaces, a nice painting that fits into the confines of the drawer can give it an awesome appearance!
Be patient and playful with it. Letting your imagination run wild with some of these tips will make your Small Coffee Table be fun to the eyes.