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The blankets are unfurled, and the candles are lit. It must be November! Our sitting room really comes into its own at this time of year, and my family and I spend many a night right here sipping coffee (OK – maybe we exchange it for wine sometimes too, while relaxing and hiding from the cold!) – is it the same in your home? I was therefore super happy to have the excuse to hang out here for a whole day MID-WEEK to capture these beautiful coffee tables
(you’ll likely recognise the name, I’ve been working with this wonderful danish brand for many years and have always loved their passion for wood and fine craftsmanship).
You might recall we usually have a long vintage rustic bench as our coffee table, so it was fun to see how a different arrangement might look. And actually, I realised that there’s something very handy about using two tables instead of one. Read on to find out more and take a closer look at these fine specimens!
So, what’s the advantage of two tables?
, firstly, opting for two instead of one (I’ve chosen the Coffee table #241/264
with a white HPL top and oak white oil legs and coffee table #241/265
in oak white oil) with two different heights, means you can nestle them into one another or pull them apart, which gives you greater flexibility depending on the size of the party. You can also separate them completely – using one as a side table and one as a coffee table. In a small sitting room this is worth its weight in gold!
Incidentally, the round shape is also a small space saviour, and helps a space to feel softer and more inviting (it’s funny how that can happen).
Our sitting room suddenly felt a whole lot more practical, user-friendly and sociable! Per will be very happy with this indeed!
Oh, and there’s another important advantage: if you chose two tables, you can get a little more creative with the design. For example, I have combined white with wood in order to create a greater visual impact.
Incidentally, the Skovby coffee table series
is made up of a load of different elements (designed by Danish designer Per Hånsbæk) and invites you to choose the shape, wood type and size of the tabletop – as well as between classic wooden legs, an edge steel frame or an adjustable height base. So, you can be as creative as you like!
Keep in mind that a coffee table should be around two-thirds of the length of your sofa.
What do you think? Are you tempted to opt for two tables instead of one? Or perhaps you’ve gone for something completely different (ottomans, chests, suitcases – I’ve seen it all!). I’d love to hear more about your coffee table!
In the meantime, if anyone’s looking for me, I’ll be right here sipping coffee and enjoying the hygge until these fine specimens are (sadly) collected on Friday.
Have a hyggeligt day!
*This post is brought to you in paid partnership with Skovby. All words are my own and I only ever work with brands I love and think you will too! Thank you for supporting the exceptional Scandinavian businesses that make My Scandinavian Home possible.