Coffee Table. Thursday , January 11th , 2018 - 16:03:26 PM
As a magazine or photo rack - most variations of the end table would usually come outfitted with drawers or "a second floor" in the form of a shelf between the legs and under the table surface. This space is ideal for stacking magazines newspapers or photo albums. These things then become instantly accessible when any member of the family needs a quick reference to a recipe or a movie review or simply wants to browse through pictures and relieve memories. Then they can also be just as easily kept away - simply drop them back under the table.
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.
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.
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