With open plan living becoming the norm a live-edge dining table can anchor the dining space give it a distinct identity the separates it from the rest of the interior without actually having to resort to rugs a false ceiling or half-walls.
Picking a coffee table for the living room is a choice that is largely defined by the style of the space the available room the décor that your choose for the rest of the living area and of course functionality.
The design and décor revolution in the last few years has been all about ‘green’. This is not just about cool DIY projects that help in upcycling and recycling but also pertains to furniture that ushers in a more organic natural and sustainable vibe.
If you are someone like Phoebe Buffay and hate the mundane appeal of the ‘factory made’ dining tables then you will surely fall in love with live-edge furniture. Check out these if you need more convincing –
If you already have an old end table lying around all you need to do is pry off some of the walls and maybe give it a new coat of paint to easily turn it into a pet bed. This one being sold on Etsy from VintageGoldFurniture was made from an old 1970s hexagon end table.
Live-edge coffee tables also bring along with them a certain sense of uniqueness and if you are lucky enough to have a live-edge dining table that is part of the living room visual then it seems even more appealing!