Coffee Table. Thursday , February 08th , 2018 - 13:30:05 PM
Whether the legs needed are simple but strong like the Shaker and Mission styles, elegant and graceful like a Cabriole style leg, or sleek and smooth turnings from the simple to the elaborate; quality coffee table legs are essential to a living room that feels truly "complete." Wooden table legs can make or break the thematic unity of a home, and give the discerning designer an opportunity to set the tone for the interactions that will take place in the room.
Just as there are many purposes to coffee tables, there is no limit to the style of a table, either; it may be slender and delicate in frame, or it can be strong and stalwart, or one of myriad styles in between. Likewise, the legs that support it can take many forms. A more delicate table may be gracefully set upon slender turned legs, where a more massive table might find its foundation on thicker Mission-style coffee table legs.
As people moved away from cocktails toward coffee, J. Stuart Foote was there to meet the new demand, and named himself the inventor of the coffee table. Until Mr. Foote’s company - the Imperial Furniture Company - began mass producing this newly needed furniture, ordinary citizens were relegated to sawing the legs of higher tables to bring them down to the appropriate height. Despite its relatively recent beginning, the coffee table quickly gained popularity in the American home.
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