Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 18:20:14 PM. Coffee Table. By Nikoleta Michel.
#1 BOOKS AND CURATED TRAYS, NOT INCLUDEDCoffee tables are arguably the unsung heroes of the living room. Beyond serving as simply a highly functional surface‐or catchall for your curated tray and book display‐coffee tables are the sort of underrated furnishing that could create or break a room.
When it comes to small spaces, we're often forced to compromise on one element or another, leaving us to resort to a piece we're less than enthused about.
That changes here. We place out to uncover the ideal coffee tables for little spaces, which prove that form and function could 'coexist' with easy ease. Take a look.
#2 IF YOU COULD USE THE EXTRA STORAGETiered coffee tables are a great option for those who require additional storage space. The bottom layer of the table could double as a catchall for everything from magazines to mail to remotes so the cute stuff is all you discern on show. Quit the top free and clear of clutter.
#3 IF YOU WANT TO KEEP CLUTTER CONCEALEDA coffee table that comes with hidden storage is a small‐space dweller's dream. With a cleverly concealed section, you could corral your substantials in one place and no one would ever be the wiser.
#4 IF YOU REQUIRE TO KEEP IT TRANSPARENT/LIGHTEN UP THE ROOMWhen you're cramped for space, it's the little details that create the biggest difference. Enter acrylic. An best alternative to heavier‐looking designs, the transparent material allows you to opt for tables with larger proportions that won't appear bulky.
#5 IF YOU CAN USE THE EXTRA SURFACE SPACEWhether you're opting for a place of nesting tables or pulling together a variety of side tables, this eclectic approach is all about versatility. Mix and match a side table with a stool for an unexpected look. This option is made for those who could't choose just one table.
#6 IF YOU'RE JUST HERE TO CREATE A STATEMENTSure, the thought of such an important piece of furniture taking up square footage without being multifunctional is scary, consider the coffee table as the new art: there to create a statement‐and that's it.