Coffee Table. Thursday , January 11th , 2018 - 15:49:56 PM
Material.Coffee tables are made of different types of materials like steel, brass or a combination of both for a classic look. They are also made from the wood of maple, oak or walnut, just to name a few. Cherry and walnut give a formal look to the tables.
An impromptu workstation - Again, more often than not, space considerations have converted the erstwhile table for coffee into a table for just about anything. If one of the family members wants to work undisturbed, the living room table makes for a reasonably isolated workspace for homework, planning, or typing on a laptop computer. This is practical especially in apartments or studio flats. The living room can serve the double function of an office or den.
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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