Driftwood coffee table washes onto the shores every day, full of unusual colors and textures. The movement of the water lapping against the timber, combined with the exposure to sea air, the timber takes a muted shade of brown or gray. Designers make coffee tables of the pieces, the focal point of a room. Around a driftwood coffee table decorating involves picking the right colors and textures for your other decorations.
Larger pieces of driftwood coffee table designers often used as a base for a table with a large round or rectangular glass piece at the top. Also you can design with a wooden top attached to the driftwood. Some designs even use a large piece of driftwood as the tabletop flat and curved pieces as the legs. Build your room around the type of coffee that matches your taste.
Paint the walls a neutral color such as light beige or cream. The neutral colors of the wall pick up the shadows in the driftwood coffee table without overpowering the room. If you have a darker coffee table, highlight the walls in the table. Consider using shades of pale blue and green in contrast to neutral colors. The lighter shades mimic the colors found in the ocean and create a natural look in the room.