Coffee Table. Thursday , February 08th , 2018 - 13:25:48 PM
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.
Here are some tips and advice about wood and glass tables. A wood and glass coffee table has a glass top with a wooden frame on it. This wooden frame is put there to protect the glass from breaking easily. It is more durable compared to a glass top only model. Before you go out and buy one you need to know what type of table you want. You also have to take note of the material you want in your table. Do you want a glass top or the traditional wooden top, do you want your base to be stainless steel or you‘d rather prefer to have stone or wood. These are just few of the many things you need to consider.
Some Examples: A large table that is great to look at and well made is the Leighton Barclay square table with overall dimensions of 20"H, 40"W and 40"D, constructed with rustic cherry veneers and hardwood and has four drawers and a wood framed woven cane shelf, or the William Sheppee Rajah Coffee table in walnut finish and acacia wood constructed with dimensions of 18"H, 53"W and 29"D. Both are perfect for a large room or living space.
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