Coffee Table. Thursday , January 11th , 2018 - 15:46:48 PM
A coffee table makes a good foot rest - more often than not working people want to put their feet up after a tiring day of sitting down or running around for their job related tasks. An end table is usually the same level as the sofa or seat and thus becomes an instant ottoman. Raising the feet or legs in this manner is a great way to allow blood to circulate normally back through the feet and legs. And if this is done while watching TV or sipping a refreshing drink it makes for a total relaxing moment at the end of a long day. Working people can also do this while reading doing some sewing or talking on the phone in order to prevent cramps.
Drawers are another hazard for small children. Fingers are easily pinched and trapped. As with so many other areas of the home safety features may need to be incorporated such as drawer locks in order to keep your child safe. As well as the safety features of coffee tables themselves there is also the important consideration of what is placed on the coffee table. Whilst a dining table might be out of reach for small children a coffee table is the perfect height for tiny fingers to investigate.
An anything goes surface - on most homes a low table often ends up simply as a place to put things down when people come in from work school or anything else. Bags backpacks shopping bags and even shoes sometimes. These things can temporarily find their docking place on the living room area until someone remembers to return or keep them away to their proper storage shelves. This valuable function of an low flat table is usually overlooked but is actually one of the most important uses.
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