Coffee Table. Friday , January 12th , 2018 - 12:02:54 PM
In the 1950s, coffee tables were extremely chic and every house had at least one, if not several. Few living rooms were without these tables, and often, if there was a family room or playroom, the sofa grouping there would have one too. While traditional wood tables have always been popular, round glass coffee tables really came into their own during this period, as modern and contemporary furnishings came back into fashion.
For instance, you can purchase lovely tables that allow you to showcase your interests. Some can be as simple as a wood or glass cube underneath with a spacious glass top above. If the cube is glass, you can usually add a valuable collectible or sculpture inside, letting people enjoy both the table and a work of art at the same time. Many people will fill the bottom with sand and seashells or even create a terrarium under glass.
For families with small children, round glass coffee tables are a great choice. While you may have to use Windex a little more often than you would with a wood coffee table, there are not sharp corners for your child to inadvertently hit as they are learning to walk. Thanks to the tempered glass, they are completely safe, even if your child decides that their rattle and your table make really great sounds together.
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