By Babette Dufour. Coffee Table. Published at Tuesday, October 24th, 2017 - 09:33:57 AM.
Rustic coffee tables are available in various shapes but the most commonly seen shapes are round, oval, square and rectangular. Generally round and oval have similar features, the only difference is that an oval table is able to cater more people than a round table otherwise both the shapes have smooth edges to it which reduces that chances of you and your family from hurting themselves with the corners of the table. Whereas, rectangular and square tables are generally bought by those who have a bigger room as these shapes in table cater more people than a round or oval table can. these tables have rough edges therefore you have to be careful while you walk around it in order to avoid yourself from getting hurt.
But don't think for a moment that lift top coffee tables are one trick ponies. No sir. They are great for doing a little work on your laptop, whether you're getting a big presentation ready for the boss tomorrow or catching up on some last minute homework that you forgot was due.
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.
The Gambaro brothers created the earliest glass coffee tables -made of Venetian crystal - in the early 1900s, by applying the skills they learned after decades of glass making. But people' s fascination with glass started even earlier during the Renaissance period when Murano introduced intricate creations that were reserved for royalty. The craftsmanship of glass coffee tables has since diminished because of modern glass-making technology, but the use of glass in both décor and functional processes still remains and continues to flourish.
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