By Gianna Orlando. Coffee Tables. Published at Tuesday, January 10th, 2017 - 07:41:13 AM.
When shopping for a coffee table, it’s natural to do exactly that: choose one coffee table. But why limit yourself to just one large one when you can use several small tables for the same effect? This doesn’t mean you should throw a few random tables around the room. Instead, follow a few simple guidelines to achieve an attractive, cohesive look.
Wood has been the coffee table material of choice for years, however there are so many other material options to choose from. Unsurprisingly, upholstered coffee tables have been rising in popularity because the options are virtually endless. Whether tufted or flat, square or round, vinyl or leather, patterned or solid, upholstered coffee tables are a perfect way to add personality to your space. If you like the idea of multiple coffee tables, try three upholstered poufs or ottomans that can double as extra seating.
Another consideration is how it will sit on your floor or rug, and if it will damage those surfaces. Splintered table legs or rusty metal bases can scratch or stain the flooring. Secondhand stores sometimes leave those areas unrefinished, so be sure to check.
If you choose two or more small square side tables that are the same size, try putting them together in place of a single coffee table. This will give you the look of a standard table with more versatility and visual interest. When you’re entertaining, split the tables up and put them exactly where they’re needed. This also provides more space in the center of the room if needed.
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