By Chaunte Dufour. Coffee Table. Published at Sunday, December 24th, 2017 - 10:41:31 AM.
Plenty of people think of a coffee table as a place to put their feet up. If this is the case in your home why not avoid the typical coffee table and go instead with an ottoman-style coffee table that invites users to put their feet up but can also be a solid surface when needed. If your coffee table is going to double as a place for homework arts and crafts or games you may want to consider tables with tough and cleanable surfaces or those with a drawer or shelf underneath to be able to hold appropriate supplies.
Style & Colour. There are many styles available from very modern to traditional styles look for something that complements the room and other furnishings and a classic glass top will generally be quite safe for those who are unsure. In terms of material timber works well if you have small timber elements in the rooms it helps to tie the room together. If you have a large amount of timber already though it can become overwhelmingly 'matchy-matchy' easily if you select a matching coffee table break it up with glass with timber legs or a complimentary timber accessory on top of a poly or glass table.
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.
The modern polyurethane options are often suited to buying all one colour; they then form the background for the accessories such as the rug flowers or prints in the room. If you want to create a beautiful arty display on top look for a simpler style that won't compete if you are not so confident with creating bold displays select more of a statement piece that can become the talking point a bolder design will ensure your guests don't think you're boring!
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