Published at Thursday, 09 November 2017 by Cherell Maury in Coffee Tables, with total 61 photographs.
Scale & Size Firstly the scale of the table is probably the most important factor the table will anchor the room and if its too big or too small then the proportions of the room could be thrown off. The space where the coffee table is going will largely dictate the size if it is to run between a sofa or chaise and the television on the opposite wall (or between 2 sofas facing) then a rectangular coffee table will complement the space if there is a square space between a set of sofas such as a 2+3 or a corner lounge then you could go for square round or oversized rectangle. If you consider it should be just within reach of the main seats it is likely to consume a decent amount of floorspace a general rule is it should be up to two thirds of the sofa in length and sit at roughly the same height as the seats (with variations achieving different looks i.e. very low will create a modern minimalist feel).
Decide on the design too. If you want something simple then go for simplicity in design. If you want something grand try something with intricate designs. If you want to use your unique coffee table to serve guests then consider a lift top or something equally functional. Whatever function or style you need you will be able to find unique coffee tables that will serve that need.
Square coffee tables - a square table gives diversity to the theme. It is a traditional style of tables and is in existence since the beginning of the furniture era. A square table is easy to fit in the environment. However make sure the size is suitable to your sitting room. Square tables are available in a multitude of designs and textures. Therefore choose a table that matches with the rest of your décor. Usually a square coffee table is made up of wood and so the rest of the furniture should also be wooden in order to adjust the square table to the environment completely.