By Rosemaria Dumoulin. Coffee Table With Storage. Published at Saturday, June 08th, 2019 - 22:42:10 PM.
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.
One of the nice things about lift top coffee tables is that they don’t look much different from their fixed top counterparts. The real magic lies underneath. Like a snappy race car, the real power is underneath the hood, or in this case, the top. Brilliantly engineered, the top can either slide or lift out of the way.
One way around this dilemma is to buy furniture with built in storage. There are a lot of ingenious ways to do this; some companies have gone so far as to create extra storage in chaise lounges and sofas! Probably the easiest way to find this extra storage is to have it built into a piece of furniture nearly every home has: a coffee table.
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.
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