Different Types and Designs of Shabby Chic Coffee Table

June 26, 2018 - by : Ignazio  |  Home Decoration  |  No Comments  |  2972 Views
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Shabby chic coffee tablecould come in various different styles and designs such as the Wabi-Sabi, a Japanese inspired look of coffee table that is simple and comes with a washed out palette along with faded earth tones and stained wood on its surface. Cottage style usually comes with smaller pieces with fewer accessories on its frame and finishes. French country styles usually bring in more brightness with the variety of different colors, sometime even with skinny carved legs that come with the colors of blue and yellow. Rustic style is generally using solid pieces with wider legs; and traditional style of shabby chic that is usually done with distressed finishes and pale colors for the coffee table.

Shabby chic coffee table could be made in a DIY style too if you prefer by easily purchasing an old table from yard sales, garage sales or flea markets. The look and appearance of a shabby chic style could come out even more from old pieces of furniture rather than from new ones that you buy from the furniture store. So, visiting places that you think might have old pieces of furniture that could be recycled into pieces that you could reuse might be your best option. Adding accessories, faux finishing, or by distressing it could be the way to go for a shabby chic look.

Shabby chic coffee table usually comes in natural colors such as white, beige or pastel color. Create the look of shabby chic by quickly painting them with darker color such as brown, green or blue and then cover it with single coat of translucent antique whitewash. After that, you could use fine sandpaper to gently wear away the finish along its corners and edges. This is one way to quickly give your coffee table a shabby chic style that would be perfect for Boho décor home theme that you have inside your living room.

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