By Eric Delage. Coffee Table With Storage. Published at Friday, May 17th, 2019 - 04:58:16 AM.
Coffee tables are fairly standard in the average home. Most likely, there’s one in the living room and you may even have another in the family room or the home theater. They are an essential part of your grouping strategies, not only offering a convenient place to set remotes, food and beverages, but also to add balance to a room.
Another type of coffee table that can offer large amounts of storage is the chest or box type of table. These tables often have a lid that lifts and can provide large amounts of storage space within them. However, the fact that the surface of the table needs to be cleared in order to open the top means that generally they are more suited to items that are not used regularly, such as items that are only used on festive occasions or that are changed over seasonally.
Thus the center tables demand more attention and careful selection. If you fix a too big table there then it will occupy lots of volume making the room congested and uncomfortable and a table too small will cause trouble while serving the drinks. That’s why a balance between form, volume and visual appearance is a must while picking up these coffee tables.
If you’ve ever walked into a room that didn’t have a coffee table, you probably felt as if something was missing. That’s because these tables provide a counter balance to all the upholstered furnishing. Set lower and usually made of wood, stone, glass, wicker or metal, the coffee table provides visual contrast to the room, offering a much-needed change of pace in terms of impact and interest.
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