By Dareau Lambert. Coffee Table. Published at Monday, November 18th, 2019 - 04:52:01 AM.
Seems like the modern set of people have gotten away from the complementary our parents and grandparents knew as necessities. It was unheard of not to have a coffee table next to the sofa for the last generation. Everyone had end tables and a center table for coffee a decade ago. Where did they go?
Are your wooden coffee tables going to be foot-rests for family members and visitors? If you think that there is a chance that people will put their feet on the coffee table then having wooden coffee tables is the way to go. Wooden coffee tables and upholstered coffee tables are the most resilient against damage. A simple polish can almost always remove dirt or marks left by shoes.
Of course, it is up to individual parents to make their own choices in this matter, but it is always best to err on the side of caution where safety is at stake. For parents who consider a glass coffee table an absolute necessity the option of safety films should also be looked into.
If you often have guests, a higher one might be more suited, because everyone will be able to reach their cup. A rule of interior design says that the height of the coffee table should be about the same height (or not less than five inches lower than) the couch. Ideal length is two thirds of the couch. However, no rule is set in stone. Depending on your tastes and the rest of the room, you can choose what ever size and color coffee table you wish.
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