Coffee Table. Monday , February 12th , 2018 - 00:34:24 AM
Finding an antique glass coffee table is not that easy, for if you really want a real antique and not just an antique looking one then it would be hard. You need to do some research and know how to distinguish the real antique from the one who looks like and antique. Also when you decide to an antique table of any furniture for that matter you should choose something that represents you or if you have a family that represents the family.
While the coffee table may seem like it has always been a part of home decor, they actually did not come into use in the American home until the 1920s. While coffee lovers in England was active in coming up with furniture pieces to facilitate a coffee shop type atmosphere, their solution was a table that still stood at about 27 inches tall. The much shorter coffee table height of 18-20 inches which has now become "standard," came into play when the prohibition of the 1920s changed the focus of the home entertainment scene.
Even though its design is actually relatively new to the home decor scene, the coffee table is without a doubt the centerpiece of the living room. Whether it bears a vase with a lovely display of flowers or greenery, an array of magazines for the perusal of guests and family, or simply a few unobtrusive sets of coasters; this is where the focus of the living room rests. It may be the place where children color, the location of a family game night, or just - as its name suggests - a resting place for coffee mugs while old friends catch up on the goings on of their daily lives.
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