By Audrey Sacre. Coffee Table. Published at Friday, February 01st, 2019 - 02:47:01 AM.
There is nothing more practical as well as decorative for your living room than a square wood coffee table. If you find the perfect piece it will add the most amazing style value to your living room. In this article we are going to explore some of the ways in which to add style to ones living room by introducing a well chosen coffee table as well as a couple of other accents. There is a misconception out there in the market place that when you decorate a space in your home like a lounge the more money you throw at the budget the better it will turn out.
After enjoying a meal with some guests there is no better way to follow it up than by having brewed coffee and dessert on your new slate coffee table in your cool living room. According to one definition of a coffee table it is a style of long low table placed in front of a sofa to support beverages magazines feet books and other small items. The idiom Gather round the coffee table is derived from this furniture piece and its penchant for encouraging hospitality and light conversation. Coffee tables are functional and ornamental pieces for a living room.
You can be sure that if you look long enough you can find a coffee table of any composition but one of the most popular new trends is Lucite coffee tables. These tables add an elegant flair to any space they occupy. These tables range from the elegantly simple waterfall acrylic to intricate tables of colored Lucite that truly are pieces of art. Elegant Take for instance a Vladimir Kagan Burl wood glass and Lucite table circa 1970. This lovely table stands 15 ¾ inches tall and has a depth of 42 ¾ inches. The wood and glass top setting atop Lucite legs is an elegant piece of art that has a practical purpose.
While the coffee table may seem like it has always been a part of home decor they actually did not come into use in the American home until the 1920s. While coffee lovers in England was active in coming up with furniture pieces to facilitate a coffee shop type atmosphere their solution was a table that still stood at about 27 inches tall. The much shorter coffee table height of 18-20 inches which has now become standard came into play when the prohibition of the 1920s changed the focus of the home entertainment scene.
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