Coffee Table. Thursday , January 11th , 2018 - 15:40:34 PM
A table for coffee, traditionally, was necessary in the middle of the living room. Home entertaining was a serious affair in the old days, because of the ceremony of afternoon tea. When a guest makes a house call, he or she must sit in the cushions, and must be served tea or coffee, with some biscuits or crepes. These will be arranged in a tray, with a delicate china service, and then served and placed upon the coffee table. Then, the afternoon will be whiled away with conversation, stories, and news.
After enjoying a meal with some guests, there is no better way to follow it up than by having brewed coffee and dessert on your new slate coffee table in your cool living room. According to one definition of a coffee table, it is a style of long, low table placed in front of a sofa to support beverages, magazines, feet, books and other small items. The idiom "Gather round the coffee table" is derived from this furniture piece and its penchant for encouraging hospitality and light conversation.
Everyone had end tables and a center table for coffee a decade ago. Where did they go? And, more importantly, do we need them? Are they just something to put your feet on? Stack books on? Throw the car keys on? Change the baby on? Play a hot game of Chess on? Come On! It's time to think a little more refined, OK? These classy tables are designed to put your coffee table book on and set up some coasters for conversational coffee when guests come over or you just want to share a quiet cup of coffee with your loved one.
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