Laurencia Alvarez December 5, 2019 Wood
Elegant and curvaceous, French-influenced furniture and designs with fine lines are sound options for smaller living spaces while, for larger rooms, furniture with a more substantial presence will work equally well.
The choice of wood for a coffee table is determined by aesthetics, design, application, cost or preference of materials. The architecture of a room, or design of the table makes a difference. Wood for a coffee table can be broken into two basic categories: The use of hardwood provides elegance. Softwood provides rustic ambiance and economy.
Creating a focal point for connection, dialogue and debate, this distinctive coffee table finds new expression for wood in interior design.
Mid-century modern style abounds in this simply-chic coffee table. Crafted of solid and manufactured wood in a rich walnut finish, this table strikes a clean-lined rectangular silhouette on four tapered square legs with gold metal end caps. Two open cubby shelves are great for housing coffee table books or issues of your favorite magazines, while the expansive tabletop provides a perfect platform for drinks and appetizers at your next get-together.
Why is the statement coffee table an excellent choice? Because compared to larger ticket living room items such as a sofa or media console, it can more easily be switched out as trends come and go.
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.