Coffee tables in the interiors of castles
Coffee tables are usual elements in flats, houses and even in beautiful and gracious castles. Great Britain, and especially Scotland is famous for its castles, so magic and royal. Every castle boasts a number of rooms, which are richly decorated and have luxury furniture.
Let’s meet up with these royal furniture items.
Blair Castle in Scotland is open to visitors and boasts a rich collection of furniture, art objects and other interesting things. In one of the castle’s rooms you can see an elegant and sophisticated golden coffee table. It is full of ornaments and perfectly matches with the room’s interiors. The room has red walls, and white and golden decorative elements add up more details.
Dalhouse is a castle in Scotland that belonged to a noble family. The interiors of the castle are very exciting – every room is decorated in a different style.Coming into one of the rooms we can see cozy sofa and armchairs accompanied by a golden coffee table. Golden elements are popular in castle rooms where there are a lot of golden decorations. The coffee table is not big, it is successfully decorated with a vase with yellow flowers.
To see the great difference of the castle’s rooms let’s see the other ones and appreciate the style differences. The room with prevailing grey color has a trendy coffee table which has a fabric cover in grey, white and black stripes. The coffee table is low and stylishly decorated with books and flowers.
A pink room is modern and fresh. It has a plenty of unusual decorations. A coffee table in this room looks like a pile of books – bright and realistic decision. It also has some books on it for a stronger impression.
Inverlochy castle in Scotland is situated near the Ben Newis Mountain. The castle is built in Victorian style, and is very cosy and romantic.
It is also famous because Queen Victoria stayed here during her visit to Scotland and loved this place. One of the rooms of this castle is very richly decorated with curtains, paintings and sophisticated armchairs, and has a spacious wooden coffee table on which you find a game of chess and some books. Really noble pastimes!
Ashford castle is a famous castle-hotel that offers the visitors richly decorated and noble rooms. We can find very interesting combinations here. So, in one of the rooms you can find elegant furniture and decorations next to a simple black coffee table that doesn’t have a decorative role but just plays its main functions.