Coffee Table. Wednesday , January 24th , 2018 - 10:35:29 AM
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.
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:
Wooden Coffee Tables. Wooden coffee tables have less safety problems as a rule than glass ones; however there are still hazards that can exist. One of the particular dangers commonly encountered is the problem of small children learning to walk who injure themselves on sharp corners. Many baby and parenting shops and even IKEA now sell corner bumpers; small rounded foam or plastic caps that help to prevent injury. Whilst these are not too attractive to look at they are a great way to prevent accidents and only need to be used for a relatively small time whilst your child is in their toddler phase.
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