Published at Thursday, July 25th 2019, 04:38:34 AM. Coffee Table. By Alonza Fermi.
Humans are a unique species. We have a hierarchy of require. In it says we require clothing, food, shelter, a sense of belonging, and love. It didn't mention that we require a steady income, television, books, a stereo, and most importantly, coffee.
And most of us like coffee while lounging in the living room. Don't you? Aside from downing coffee, we also like to read books or watch the telly. We require to be able to reach al the things we require to relax, without ruining the moment. That is why Urban Sales presents you with Five Tips to design and maximize your table.
#1 Choose Your TableOf course, before we go on and talk about how to design your coffee table, you should first choose a table.
At Urban Sales, we have a lot to choose from because we are die‐hard coffee addicts! And also because a lot of IKEA side tables look good and we are compelled to bring it to your home.
We begin with the IKEA LACK. It looks like your normal, run‐of‐the‐mill table because it is just that. Finished in white stained oak, it would look unassuming and won't draw too much attention.
However if you want to kick things up a notch, the SVALSTA nest of tables is a cute way to go. It has a mama table and a baby table underneath. If you're alone, you could use just one; if you have guests you could use both for coffee mugs and board games for relaxation.
The IKEA STOCKHOLM utters you want to stand out in the subtlest possible way. It is a table with a rattan top. Rattan is a 'raw material' mostly found in Southeast Asia so you could be sure that your coffee table is every bit attractive, understated, and exotic.
Straight from the 2019 catalogue is the BURVIK. It may look unusual but it would lend 'functionality' and simple of transfer not commonly related with side tables. With its handle, you could take it everywhere you go.
Fancy going to the toilet and have a cuppa, or a glass of champagne? No problem, the BURVIK would convey anything you require with simple.
#2 Match it with a RugSo you will like to relax? You could't leave the room cold and barren. You have to add rugs to create the ambiance cozy and warm. For most applications, the IKEA LAPPJUNG RUTA would suffice. It's properly large; the design pattern good.
Or you must want to have the STENLILLE if you want to keep things low‐key. The LOHALS would bring you closer to nature. It would be nice to have Alamid coffee which is really from nature's calling while you are piled up in cushions, sitting on the rug and enjoying your cuppa.
Feeling a bit adventurous? The IKEA OMEDELBAR is the right rug for obvious reasons.
#3 Begin with a PlantWe normally don't sell plants. Not real ones, anyway. But we have lots of plant pots because having a plant inside the house is so refreshing.
For this to work, everything that's too shiny is an automatic no‐no. Glaring objects ruin what will otherwise be cozy lounging.
#4 Attach Trays for OrganizationOur New Arrivals included the IKEA SAXBORGA. This is the perfect organizer for your coffee table. IT comes with four jars so you could stock coulddies, bite‐size chocolates, nuts, and more coulddy in each jar while having a nice and cozy afternoon.It also comes with a tray so you wouldn't have trouble refilling them all at once in the pantry.
You could leave trays like the GLATTIS and SKALA to hold things like remote controls, spectacles, and small items so they won't be scattered around the tale like pebbles on the beach.
#5 Display a CollectionHere's the fun part. After you are perfectly satisfied with your chosen table and elements, the last part is to leave your mark.
Stack a collection of books, or arrange your favorite set of McDonald's Happy Meals so it could be a fun space. If your table has an under‐tray, you could store board games or LP records if you want to listen to Aretha Franklin while you have an Earl Grey in the morning.
If you want a coffee table that's properly Scandinavian, little scented candles are the way to go. The thing to get is the IKEA FRISHKET and you pair it with this medieval looking 'HARLIGA' glass dome. The FORKOTA, however, says that you love the classics yet are very modern.
What you do is totally up to you. Urban Sales is right here to help you pick out your coffee table and elements to create it not just yours, but to create it you.