Coffee Table. Wednesday , January 24th , 2018 - 10:32:14 AM
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.
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.
Indeed it is not only living rooms that have benefited from these stylish centrepieces. They are frequently used in boardrooms and offices to give high powered executives the luxury they are accustomed to when taking coffee with fellow executives and provide great taste to any executive office in which they are used.
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