Scale is an important consideration these days, as larger living room furniture can dwarf older tables. When looking at coffee tables you want to look for one that won't look lost in the room, overshadowed by other furnishings. Conversely, you don't want one that takes over the room either. As you measure your room and furnishings, remember that the coffee table will be about 18" away from your sofa, love seats and chairs. It needs room to breathe and it needs room for you and your guests to move around it without it getting in the way. Most tables are 16" to 18" high, but some contemporary designs can be lower, so you want to factor that in if shopping for a modern style. Ideally, your table should be one to two inches lower than the height of the seat of your furniture. As far as length, it should be about two-thirds the length of your sofa. If you have an 8' sofa, for instance, your coffee table should be a little more than 5' in length.
Your kids will definitely enjoy the lift top coffee table. Playing games or doing homework becomes easier now that the kids don't have to sit on a hard floor or sit on their knees to reach their things. They can simply pull up a chair or stool and get to work! This is great for parents who want to keep an eye on their children by letting them do their homework or play their games in the living room instead of being out-of-sight in their bedroom.
Coffee tables are considered to be an important piece of furniture that is used in the sitting room or the living room. While the traditional coffee tables tend to be short and rectangular in dimensions, newer designs and styles are emerging, along with enhanced useful functional features that can be used in the home decorating styles nowadays. They are actually available in various styles and prices that vary according to the choice of the user.
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