Published at Monday, July 08th 2019, 13:52:28 PM by Jules Laurent. Coffee Table. The first coffee tables, designed and called by this name, evolved in Europe, most probably in Britain, during the Victorian era. Before the 18th century, the tables that were being used in addition with the settle are the occasional tables, end tables, tea tables and centre tables. By the year 1780, the high-back settles were replaced by low height sofas, and thus came the need for a lower table. And this led to the development of the sofa tables, which were placed near the sofa to be used to put down the cup or the books.
Published at Monday, April 29th 2019, 13:55:09 PM. Coffee Table By Morgane Pasteur. The coffee table has become customary in our living rooms, and, although we all have one in our home, few know that coffee tables, as the Ottoman Empire, originate in Turkey. If Ottoman largely retained its form, then the coffee table has evolved over time. It nearly became a completely different piece of furniture. Today, a coffee table is no longer subject to strict utility and it has become almost an art piece, which is often the focal point of the room. The coffee table was neglected in favor of sofas, armchairs and chairs for a long time. But right now, all professional designers acknowledge their importance. They've got reasons: a coffee table is more versatile and easier to combine than any other piece of furniture from the living room. Basically, it sets the tone for the room. If you prefer to draw attention to the couch, then you would choose a simple but appropriate table. However, coffee table styles and colours should follow the ambiance of the entire room.
Published at Sunday, April 28th 2019, 13:51:45 PM. Coffee Table By Fernande Souchon. Apparently, acrylic tables look like glass tables. What makes these tables stand out from the crowd is their price and weight. As far as the design goes, these coffee tables are simple, which makes them a great choice for you if you love simplicity. Moreover, they are easy to carry from one place to another since they are lightweight.
Published at Sunday, April 28th 2019, 13:30:14 PM. Coffee Table By Clara Delcroix. Whether it is the streets of Paris, the roadside bistro in England, or the terrace café in Vienna, coffee tables and romance is somehow connected at a DNA level. It's perhaps coffee itself. It is said that Johann Sebastian Bach had once described coffee as "lovelier than a thousand kisses, sweeter far than muscatel wine!". There cannot be a more romantic description of a drink than that.
Published at Friday, April 26th 2019, 13:46:05 PM. Coffee Table By Morgane Pasteur. Some people prefer to take a snap of the room where the coffee table is to be placed, to compare with the selected items in the shop. With mobile cameras in abandon these days, it is quite an easy thing to do. Moreover, it happens often that you feel you just have to have this coffee table but not sure if it is the right shade of the color to match your sofa etc. Beats rushing home with a picture of the table instead.
Published at Thursday, April 25th 2019, 13:33:27 PM. Coffee Table By Jules Laurent. Customers who prefer old fashioned wood, whether it is oak, walnut, teak or pine have a nearly endless variety to choose from. For example they can purchase a table made of lightly varnished wood, like maple or pine, with a beautiful grain and functioning drawers for storage. Large coffee tables can be simple, sturdy with a lower shelf and a polished/stained finish. There are many combinations that can create a table to suit your home.
Published at Wednesday, April 24th 2019, 13:33:23 PM. Coffee Table By Jules Laurent. Considering the romantic crowd that throngs the cafes, coffee table romance has become a phrase today. There are so many romantic stories where the young lovers meet over a cup of coffee and the relationship blooms. So what makes coffee table so romantic apart from the coffee? Some say it must be the size. Smaller than usual dinner table, it is easier to lean across a tiny little table and get lost into each other's eyes.
Published at Sunday, April 21st 2019, 13:30:32 PM. Coffee Table By Morgane Pasteur. Whether it is the streets of Paris, the roadside bistro in England, or the terrace café in Vienna, coffee tables and romance is somehow connected at a DNA level. It's perhaps coffee itself. It is said that Johann Sebastian Bach had once described coffee as "lovelier than a thousand kisses, sweeter far than muscatel wine!". There cannot be a more romantic description of a drink than that.