On the hunt: Coffee Tables

We’ve been without a coffee table since we sold our steamer trunk table, almost a year ago. It’ll probably be another few months (and hopefully a new house) before we actually shell out for a new one, but that hasn’t stopped me browsing…

Industrial table – £650 (Trade Furniture) // Round lattice table – £880 (OKA) //
Storage table – £345 (Loaf) // Dollshouse table – £725 (Not on the High Street) //
Round trunk table – £190 (Trade Furniture) // Gold table set – £130 (Zara Home) //
Storage table – £450-£600 (West Elm) // Glass table – £370 (Not on the High Street) //
Venetian table – £436 (Trade Furniture) // Steamer trunk – £1350 (John Lewis) 

Of course, my favorite is the steamer trunk – it’s very similar to our old one but smaller – and it’s also the most expensive. Like, crazy expensive. I did score an awesome headboard on eBay the other day for a proper bargain though, so I am keeping my eyes peeled for a coffee table there too.
{Listing photo}

It’s pretty similar to the Serena and Lily one below, which I’ve been coveting for a while, but it was £20 instead of $500. And I’m pretty sure mine is straight from the seventies (I’m picking it up from the seller’s grandma), so way more authentic. 😉 It’s going in Eleanor’s room, and so far I’m thinking I’ll keep it natural. 

Hooray for eBay scores!

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1 Comment

  1. September 16, 2014 / 7:08 pm

    I love the headboard!! 🙂