By Babette Dufour. Coffee Table. Published at Friday, October 06th, 2017 - 09:25:31 AM.
A metal art coffee table may be used in conjunction with other metal furniture to create a tone to the room. Or it may be used with non metal furniture to create a counter point and an areas of focus. There are three basic designs that are particularly suited to metal art coffee tables, although two are not originally of metal. The low height Japanese in what is called the Tribeca style. The modern coffee table in the "Marcel Breuer" style. Originally of a plain metal design it adapts admirably to metal art work.
There are also glass table sets available for bigger homes. These sets are typically comprised of three beautiful pieces - a coffee table and two end tables that can hold displays and serve other functions. Most sets are framed with high-quality wood. When tinted with cappuccino or mahogany, these pieces can instantly add panache to even the barest of rooms. And, for the ultimate contemporary look, there are glass coffee tables with swiveling glass tops and unique chrome legs, among other designs.
Next to a sofa, sectional or love seat, one of the most popular pieces of living room furniture has to be coffee tables. Over the years, coffee tables have morphed from a place to set drinks and food while you talk to becoming a surrogate dining room table, thanks to innovations in design.
It wasn't too long ago when glass coffee tables were reserved for nobility. Now, thanks to modern technology, glass tables have become much more inexpensive. This affordability does diminish it class, and glass coffee tables are one of the most sought-after pieces of furniture.
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