By Henriette Sartre. Coffee Table. Published at Thursday, January 04th, 2018 - 11:55:00 AM.
More than Just a table for Coffee. The coffee table generally sits in the expanse between the sofa/s and the television and whilst it does offer a handy place to pop your glass of wine its central location means that most eyes fall on it when they look at the room and it becomes the most important focal point. So are you the arty type with heavy art books and sketch books stacked sky high or perhaps a slightly uptight neat freak with a spotless surface and a coaster at the ready? Regardless of what your personality really is or who you want to project spending some time considering the 'presentation' of your coffee table just as you would a display on a buffet or dresser could make a huge difference to your room.
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.
While buying a table for your room consider the storage space required by you and get a table with proper storage box or drawers. There are various home decor magazines and other papers which can help you in getting the right table for you. You can also go online and search for an attractive design and get a highly durable table at affordable prices.
In addition to the designer tables you can also use an old tree trunk as a table. It is totally dependent on your creativity and designing skills. Beautiful carvings and use of decorative material will surely help you in creating an outstanding trunk coffee table. It is the best way of adding a luxurious touch to your home within your budget.
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