Incorporating a waterfall countertop in a kitchen or living room is the perfect example of how small, simple details go long ways in shaping the design and feel of a room.

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A waterfall countertop seamlessly connects the surface of a table with its sides, rather than jutting out at the corner.   In kitchens, you can put waterfall sides on an island, making for clean, sleek lines to contrast with the messes that are bound to be made.

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Also, consider a waterfall coffee table.   For a well-balanced living room, decorate your couch with patterned cushions.   Then, opt for a simpler coffee table: white, low to the ground, and, of course, with waterfall sides!

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A waterfall table is both sleek and chic.   If this is the look you’re going for, the possibilities are endless with this subtle detail.   Look at both the coffee table and kitchen countertop.   How beautiful!