Expert’s Guide To Buy Right Coffee Table
Coffee tables, also known as cocktail tables are usually placed near your sofa, in the entryway, dining as well as bedroom. They come in various shapes and sizes. Buying a coffee table for your living room can be different from buying one for your bedroom. It can be round, rectangular, or square in shape. While curating your living space, consider the measurements and the size of the furniture pieces before you move on with the set-up. Try to keep your space as balanced as possible. For spacious apartments/homes consider a rectangular or large square coffee table to create a balanced look and place other pieces of furniture accordingly.
Here is an expert’s guide to buying a perfect coffee table:
Round Coffee Table
Perfect as an accent table, a round coffee table can be used as a tray table to serve coffee to your guests. It can be an addition to your living room or your bedroom to store your essentials or vanity. It is versatile in nature and can be used as a multi- functional table. Pair it with small ottoman stools and install it around the living room corner for a balanced look.
Glass Coffee Table
An alternative to the traditional wooden coffee table, glass coffee tables can be used as an added aesthetic for your living room or your entryway. Easy-to-maintain, these can be a good option for spacious homes, with ample space between furniture. You can decorate it with accents such as flower vases, coasters, books, and more. Add indoor plants to create an ethereal vibe.
Small Coffee Table
Use a small coffee table to accentuate your corners or add functionality to your spaces. Pair a set near the patio or arrange it near the bed for storing your essentials. You can also use it for storage when there is less space. There are coffee tables which come with storage capacity to use them whenever required.
Marble Top Coffee Table
A marble top coffee table can be used as a statement table or a center table near a loveseat. It complements contemporary themed homes with a luxurious look. Add a lot of textured elements such as wall hangings, photo frames, wall patterns, or/and large area rugs to balance the look. Make space for DIY hangings or projects to give it a personal touch.