Classic Revival: How to Decorate A Round Entry Table
Bring some flair to your entrance hall or foyer and learn to decorate your entry table like a pro. Classic Revival boasts a wide selection of beautiful tables to make a statement in any entrance!
Round entry and centre tables are designed to welcome guests and help set the tone for your home’s overall design. Whether you’re choosing a traditional wooden table or a modern glass creation, these pieces can help guide your design choices.
Classic Revival offers a range of tables to suit various styles and tastes. Some of our favourites include the Baroque Dolphin Table, made in mahogany. This Classic design has three hand-carved fish as a central base. The delicate crafted detailing makes this a sought-after piece by any collector’s standards.
The Claudine Table is another beautiful addition in Mahogany. This round table has four contemporary shaped legs and centre shelf. The Louis XVI Occasional Table is a more traditional choice, also made in mahogany. This 60 centimetre diameter table with central fluted base on four splayed legs is perfect next to an occasional chair. This table is available in 600d, 900d, 1200d ans 1450d.
How to style your table?
Keep it simple and let the table become a feature in your home. A rich wooden table will automatically add to the warmth of your home so do not overclutter it. Choose minimalist pieces to emphasise the beauty of your table. A pot or vase of fresh blooms is also a great addition to an entrance – especially as this is the entry point for guests in your home. Family photographs, art or even a small sculpture would make for great decor on your round entrance table.
Some of our other top picks from Classic Revival include the Moroccan Lamp Table with detailed relief carving on apron. It has three tapered carved legs and centre shelf. We also love the Monte Occasional Table with intricate veneer details and inlays. This table is a statement piece. A thick apron with spaced rosettes makes this central based table perfect for any entrance hall.
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