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We asked Atlanta photo stylist and producer， Annette Joseph， to help us tackle a decorating dilemma we all struggle with from time to time： the artful arrangement.
Using the Morgan Coffee Table， Annette styled several different vignettes to show how you can create visual interest with well-placed objects. Below， we talk to Annette about her tips and tricks to styling the perfect arrangement.baby pillow set
Ballard Designs： We love the three coffee table looks you styled for us. What’；s the secret？
Annette Joseph： The key to a great coffee table is the composition. When in doubtcustom christmas gifts， use large objects in a grid pattern and then add smaller objects to fill in the voids. And， remember， it’；s always better to go with less objects on a coffee table than more. Keep it simple!
Ballard Designs： Can you talk us through each look？
European Old-World –； Timeless
This is the most traditional of the settings. I like the idea of using interesting， antique-like objects， such as a magnifying glass， a wooden box， an Asian-inspired bowl. Use what you already have around the house： a stack of old books， a pair of candle sticks and a soft rose bouquet. Add some shine with silver or mercury glass objects， like the tea lights.
Country Chic –； Serene
White is such a clean color and I use it here to pull the look together. I chose white objects—a white pitcher with soft white flowers， interesting branches， a scented candle in a great container and books that match the color scheme. I love using trays to gather objects.
Contemporary Transitional –； Beautiful
I went for textural objects with a modern look： that great collection of modern trays， the curvy vases， a wooden bowl and， of course， fresh flowers. I threw in bright color， in this case orange， with the flowers and fruit.
Have other thoughts on how to decorate a coffee table？ Leave us a note in the comments below.
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