Laurencia Alvarez December 5, 2019 Wood
To make your coffee table more versatile, find one with extra leaves that pull up on all sides. Each leaf can complement the center square by holding a vase, book, or TV remote. At parties, guests will be pleased to rest their plates there.
When choosing the wood type you desire for a coffee table, there are several points you will need to take into consideration: Price, color, and durability. One of the considerations will be of paramount importance to your own situation, and will be used to determine your choice.
Neatly piled with magazines, books and a freshly made brew, a coffee table is a practical piece of furniture, but it can help enhance the design of your room, too.
A coffee table without a shelf or drawers allows more of the floor space to be on show. This version has a washed oak finish, which keeps the wood tones of the scheme consistent. It can be paired with a matching armchair with turned legs.
Wood coffee tables can add a sense of warmth to any room in your home. They can be either contemporary or more traditional, light or dark, simple or more complex.
Though you might not necessarily consider a coffee table to be the most obvious focal point of the room, if it is placed central to the seating then it might just be the star of the show – whether intentional or not. Especially against a fireplace backdrop or a feature wall, the coffee table will have the job of tying the room together thematically. Bright, bold coffee tables can be used to complement the room’s accent colours. Or opt for a high gloss finish to create a contemporary look.