Last week, when I revealed the rug I had chosen for the living room, I casually mentioned that I was also in the search for a coffee table.
You see, I had been searching for over a year, and found the most perfect mid-century modern table ever.
I had ran across it at a resale shop and it was from the early 60’s. I hugged it, cherished it and played helicopter parent over that sucker. It was a glass triangle top with three wooden legs. Yes, I said was…..past tense.
Then, one summer day, the 7yearold felt the need to rest her tired legs and gave it a light tap, tap, taparoo and it shattered.
Lucite can be tricky. It can disappear from an area and I didn’t want it to be lost in our living, so after it arrived, I went to work, mainly grabbing things from around the house.
Started with the Gold Feather Ball
Added a Gold Tray
A plant for greenery
A basket underneath for weight/White Rams Head
A throw in the basket
Hard Books on either side of the basket
Area Rug – Rugs USA
Metal Feather Box – Target
Gold Tray – Target
Crosby Two Piece Chaise Sectional – West Elm
Sedgwick Leather Recliner – West Elm
Two Bliss Down Filled Chair & A Half – West Elm
Origami Coffee Table – West Elm
Two Side Tables – Target
Gray Poufs – Target
Fur Stool – Target
Papier-Mache White Deer – West Elm
Baggu Dipped Tote – West Elm
Large Basket – World Market