Here is another photos of the Biedermeier center table posted thursday. Pictured is the base, the top can be designed larger or smaller depending on the size of the space. Generally the top must be no larger than double the diameter of the base, so theoretically the top of this table could size up to 58″. If the top is too large it can effect the stability of the table.
This is a biedermeier center table we completed for a client with a pre-war Upper East Side three bedroom apartment. They had a mix of furniture styles and wanted a simple, modern center table for the living room. They had a nice Biedermeier sofa (pictured left) so matching the table while not overtaking the other elements of the room was essential. The interior designer requested a table which would fit nicely into the left hand corner of the space. This is a simple round center table based on a 19th century Austrian Biedermeier design and measures 30″ high with a diameter of 31″.