It was from Overstock, fit our living room perfectly, but most importantly, was baby friendly. I even put ugly rubber bumpers on the leg corners to be extra safe- yeah, first time mom:)
After a couple of years, I couldn't wait to get rid of it because it was just too bulky and boxy. I tried to camouflage it by putting a decorative tray on top, but was waiting for the day when I felt it was "safe" to put a round, glass-top coffee table in the space.
My dreamy coffee table was from Ethan Allen, but was pricy (of course it's on sale now), so I kept looking. Also, it was 38 inches in diameter and 19 inches high, which I thought might be a little tight.
I found a similar alternative at West Elm for about half the price (the Foxed Mirror Coffee Table), which I couldn't find online, but they do still have the same side table. It's oval instead of round, and mirrored instead of glass.
Also, it might be a tad small for our living room, but I wanted to be sure we had enough room to walk around it.
The above photos are from awhile ago, and I've since moved the cowhide rug to my home office.
Most of the time, during the day, the table top is full of my son's cars and trains and it hasn't damaged the table.
Do you have any "baby furniture" you're ready to be done with when the time is right? I admit to holding onto our glider- I still rock my son in it at night!
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