Coffee Table. Tuesday , December 05th , 2017 - 00:08:38 AM
Most of us have a coffee table in our living rooms, these come in many different shapes and sizes but they all have one thing in common, they are pretty plain. One way of brightening up your coffee table is with the addition of a clock. These can be placed in the centre of the table as a feature and can work well to break up the angles of the table. But what coffee table clock is right for your table? If you chose the right clock for your coffee table you can make a really bold statement without too much effort, a stated time piece will make a fantastic difference to a table of any type.
The actual function of the coffee table has not really changed all that much since its creation. Coffee tables were actually imported by the West and first used as garden tables for drinking tea or coffee outdoors. Then, the coffee table moved indoors began to serve as a rather low piece of furniture could be used to entertain guests or simply read the newspaper in front of with a nice cup of coffee resting comfortably on a coaster.
Don‘t forget to measure how high your coffee tables should be as well. Generally, the height should be same or a little bit higher than the sofa seats it will complement. Seat down on your sofa and measure the height from the floor to the top of your bended knee. These tables should be either that high or an inch more or less, if you can‘t manage that. Too high and it will become an eye sore, too low and your guests will tumble out of the seat to use it.
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