The Noguchi coffee table, with its simple elemental design, has been a well-known artefact since its introduction in 1948. An example of skilful craftsmanship and unconventional design, the Isamu Noguchi coffee table is a sought-after mid-century modern piece. This table consists of two main pieces made of walnut wood and a tripod-shaped tempered glass top.
If you are planning to incorporate this masterpiece into your home décor it is important to consider some coffee table shades. You can have a look at different shades and styles of Noguchi coffee table via https://www.keeksdesign.com/product-category/collection/noga/.
While this works for almost any setup, the basic nuances of the table can reveal subtle differences that you might not know. Let's say a red base wouldn't look great if the furniture around it had a neutral background. Likewise, a white ash base is an absolute no-no to funky setups.
The most extensive examples of Noguchi coffee tables are available in walnut, dark and light brown, black, cherry, red, white and white. While red is recommended for bold and funky settings, white grey is best for formal settings like an office lobby or home office.
A dark brown and walnut pedestal complement the living room with neutral tones, while the white is a stark contrast to the unusual inner courtyard décor. Most people say that the black-based Noguchi coffee table adds a stunning effect to the light shaded furniture in the area.