By Laura Jackson. Coffee Tables. Published at Tuesday, February 27th, 2018 - 16:43:25 PM.
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.
The coffee table is often the centerpiece of your living room, so how do you go about selecting the perfect one? We at Pottery Barn are here to make your coffee table shopping easy with four non-traditional options. Traditionally, coffee tables have been rectangular and placed lengthwise in front of a sofa. Circular tables have also been popular anchor points for traditionally styled rooms as of late.
DIY Coating Teak Coffee Table. Teak coffee table – Teak coffee table Teak wood is often used for garden furniture, because it is durable and has a high oil content, which makes it water-resistant. However, teak is still susceptible to other harmful factors like dust and animal feces. Finish your teak coffee table with a coating of tung oil will help protect against everything it could harm.
Sweet & Simple. This is just as the name implies because sometimes, less is more. Simplicity of design allows us to focus on other elements in the room and also allows for a bit of breathing space. Plus, depending on how you use your coffee table, this might be the most practical approach! In my home, my son likes to do his homework at the coffee table so I have to keep things simple in order to give him ample room for his papers, books and mounds of eraser dust.
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