Sieglind Baumeister. Coffee Table. February 14th , 2018.
Many buyers love to use their coffee table in ways other than the purpose for which the table set was intended. When you want to use the table set as a prop, you should buy ottomans and if you plan on storing your books, magazines, and others then buy those that have cabinets, drawers, and compartments, and if it‘s for board games, choose a table which has flat surface that will not easily succumb to pressure. Room décor is an important consideration because the surroundings affect the people in it. The things mentioned above are a must for every buyer to consider because the most wonderful memories happen not in the kitchen or any other part of the house but in the living room associated with coffee table sets.
One of these tables is called a coffee table, you can serve coffee in this table but its function does not end there. You can also serve food on it, decorate if you want and put some magazines on it. You can use it like a normal table their only difference is their height and the room in which they are assigned. Coffee tables are usually found in the living space of your house for one of its uses is to be the center of social gatherings. Also this table is the first table that guest usually notice when they enter your living room.
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.
Types and Dimensions: The more popular type of large wooden coffee tables are generally made of mahogany, pinewood or oak with the tops coming in glass or marble available in the traditional square, round or rectangular shapes. The larger ones have dimensions of 840mm wide, 280mm high and 40mm deep and are large enough to hold a full tray of coffee as well as magazines and newspapers. Some of the much larger wooden coffee tables can be used even as a cabinet or side table and has the capacity to hold a number of items.
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