Published at Wednesday, January 30th, 2019 - 14:07:24 PM. Coffee Table. By Lucile Joanna Beaulac.
If you really want to add an elegant touch to a room consider using vintage coffee tables. These older pieces of furniture are often made from mahogany cherry or oak wood and these woods have attained rich patina and deep color over the years. While hardwoods appeared to be the material of choice there were also decorative tables that were made from metal; this was often seen in furnishings imported from Europe. Many of these tables were created by very famous designers and artists and today you can expect to pay hefty sums for these quality pieces in a retail establishment.
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.
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