By Brie Morneau. Coffee Table. Published at Monday, February 04th, 2019 - 03:49:26 AM.
Nothing beats the elegance of a round coffee table - the right size material and make can transform an otherwise unsophisticated living space into something classy and inviting. Round coffee tables add very interesting dimensions to a space filled with furniture. Used correctly they can balance the elements of your living room and add some extra character to dark corners. Round coffee tables made of cedar are quickly gaining popularity mostly because of their practicality and flexibility.
Coffee tables come in various styles and are usually designed for the living room for writing or even working and are generally between 28 to 30 inches in height. Low tables however are exactly that; very low and only a few inches tall and can make a big difference to a living room that has matching furniture and other complimentary pieces to go with the typically low coffee table. Mainly because of its unusual dwarf look it gives an unconventional and unique look to any room that calls out for attention.
What is a living room without a coffee table? Evolution of coffee table started in Europe with the idea of a table specifically used for serving hot drinks or putting down ones cup between sips. The first wooden tables specifically designed and called tea tables were made during the late Victorian era in Britain. However today coffee table has evolved into something that does more than just hold coffee cups they are style statement in themselves and center piece of our proud living rooms. Instead of a regular hard wood or glass table top table where you can just set things down one may choose a totally different option- accent furniture crafted out of fabric leather or faux leather even microfiber.
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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