Coffee Table. Monday , February 12th , 2018 - 00:31:43 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.
Osborne Wood Products gives designers, furniture makers, hobbyists, and homeowners the opportunity to truly express themselves in their furniture and home decor choices. Osborne carries a full line of wooden legs for coffee tables, as well as decorative turnings and carved legs in many other heights. Ideal for a Mission-style coffee table, tapered mission legs are available at a five inch width, creating the bold and strong look the Mission look calls for. A narrower taper is available without the recessed carving, creating a look that is more along the lines of the Shaker style. In addition, a variety of turnings are available, from the simple yet elegant English Country leg, to the more ornate Old World leg. For those occasions which call for something a little bit different, Osborne Wood Products is also more than happy to work with their customers to create custom wood legs.
The designs of these large tables can be as traditional wooden or contemporary with a tempered glass top rectangular in shape and legs crafted in the cross over design. The modern designs also have extensions that lead from the legs for the purpose of placing magazines or plants to suit the décor and personality of a contemporary living room.
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