By Carolina Elena. Coffee Tables. Published at Monday, March 12th, 2018 - 21:30:35 PM.
Here are a few things to keep in mind when you’re picking a coffee table. Before you choose a coffee table, first think about what you need it to do for you, or what your room is missing, then pick a table that provides the solution. To see what size of coffee table will work best for your room, first mark its footprint with painter’s tape. That will allow you to see the scale of the piece in the room and how that affects the surrounding furniture.
Teak coffee table everywhere you appear right all the way down to the brass screws that hold our chairs together and also the mortice and tenon joinery on your tables. Your furniture is uncomplicated; it’s beautifully designed using traditional craftsmanship from an easy palette of the most effective materials and it is perfect for use throughout the day.
Coffee tables should be the same height as the surrounding seating, with 18 inches being a good average (although it will depend on your furniture). If you select a coffee table with a lip, make sure the lip isn’t higher than the adjacent seating, or you’ll end up hitting your drink against the lip when you try to set it down. The idea is to put your drink down, not up.
The Contained Grouping. Grouping together a collection of dissimilar items and placing them in a beautiful serving or decorative tray creates cohesion to the display. This type of approach is particularly good if your coffee table has an uneven surface (for example, like that of a tufted ottoman) or if your items don’t show well when placed directly on the surface of the coffee table.
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