By Travers Lebeau. Coffee Table. Published at Tuesday, January 09th, 2018 - 10:50:25 AM.
Obviously price is another important consideration but thankfully there are now many attractive well made cheap coffee tables to fit most budgets. And if you're on a really tight budget then you can always go for man made woods with a veneer or stain that give a wood effect. So after you've dreamt about what you want write down what it is you want your new piece of furniture to do for you. Do you want it to be simple stylish and elegant and mainly to look good? Or do you want it to be functional and enable you to eat off it in the morning or even for dinner?
As a rule of thumb a coffee table should be about 18 inches from the people sitting beside it. This will give you an idea of what shape will work best for your living room space. If you have a long sofa you are going to need a longer table or a pair of coffee tables that will bridge the whole space. If you have a smaller sitting area you can choose a smaller table. The ultimate goal is that everyone who is sitting around the table can reach it without having to do any uncomfortable stretching.
The purpose of a coffee table seems rather straight forward at its most basic level it is a table in the centre of your living room on which you can put your coffee magazines and remotes it may also moonlight as a dining table a desk a children's everything table and a footrest or at times double up as extra seating or a place to sort your washing. This relatively straightforward piece of furniture however has the potential to define your character or at least the objects on it do so what does your coffee table say about you?
You can find coffee tables that offer extra seating in your room as well. Some of these include comfy seats that store under the table when they are not in use. Other coffee tables double as ottomans or sometimes large ottomans can become coffee tables with just the addition of an attractive tray.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the ZoCampus website that is not ZoCampus’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does ZoCampus claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.