Published at Tuesday, July 09th 2019, 01:06:28 AM by Jules Laurent. Coffee Table. The material also has its importance. Glass tables are very beautiful and fit in most rooms, but are more difficult to maintain, and if there are young children in the house, they are not the ideal as accidents can occur. White is a very beautiful colour, but again, it is difficult to maintain. Even a single cup placed directly on the table, it can leave marks. Do not be afraid of colour. A mass of orange, green or red will be a splash of colour and will cheer you up every morning. Usual height of coffee tables is normally between 40 and 45 inches. 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 colour coffee table you wish.
Published at Tuesday, July 09th 2019, 01:10:43 AM. Coffee Table By Clara Delcroix. Aside from wood, metal coffee tables are all the rage nowadays. Just like the wood, metal tables are sturdy and lightweight. The legs of a metal table are thinner than the top. Moreover, the legs are made into different weird shapes for style. Since metal is strong, the table provide better support than wood.
Published at Tuesday, July 09th 2019, 01:10:38 AM. Coffee Table By Fernande Souchon. Durability is another issue you should keep in mind. They tend to get used roughly; hot coffee mugs leave rings and scratches, wine glasses and beer mugs chipping into glass tops of paint, kids bumping into and knocking them off easily due to their lighter weights. Especially, if there are kids in the house or you tend to have many guests coming over and end up using the table frequently. So, select your coffee tables based on their durability requirement as well.
Published at Tuesday, July 09th 2019, 01:10:33 AM. 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.
Published at Tuesday, July 09th 2019, 01:06:28 AM. Coffee Table By Jules Laurent. Metal is resistant to water damage as well. Another great characteristic of a metal table is that its surface is smooth and has no ridges.
Published at Tuesday, July 09th 2019, 01:06:23 AM. Coffee Table By Clara Delcroix. Besides the fireplace, the focal point of a living room is the coffee table. This type of living room tables descended from the European tea table, they usually sit before a sofa and are used to hold knick knacks and magazines as well as coffee cups, and can be made of elaborately carved wood, Plexiglas, glass and chrome, or wicker and bamboo.
Published at Tuesday, July 09th 2019, 01:06:17 AM. Coffee Table By Fernande Souchon. Perhaps it is the setting that makes coffee the drink of romance. We all have heard how romantic it is to gaze into each other eye. What better way to do it then over coffee tables. Even commercial coffee shops have their romantic moments. But we are talking about the open air cafés that make Europe the most romantic place to be.
Published at Tuesday, July 09th 2019, 00:52:03 AM. Coffee Table By Morgane Pasteur. The coffee table should be suitable to your living style. If you rarely use it, possibly only to serve your guest a cup of coffee, choose a small, simple table. If it is likely to get used as a place for your favourite magazines, flower vase, bowl, etc., then go for a spacious table with drawers. To show off decorative accessories (shells, stones, photos, etc..) choose a table by the window. For a small space, choose the set of two or three tables of different sizes, which usually is stored underneath one another, and occasionally, when the situation requires, all three tables can be used.