Coffee Table. Thursday , January 11th , 2018 - 16:07:49 PM
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.
The same can be done with an end table, which usually goes into the corner between two cushions. A lamp or clock is usually placed on top of it. Most homes tend to do away with it nowadays in order to save space or money, but this piece of furniture will actually have extended value once it is seen as a versatile piece. Here are some of the best examples of other uses for these unassuming pieces of solid wood furniture:
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.
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