Most coffee tables are designed with drawers for convenient storing and organizing. Some drawers come with locks for privacy and safety. Some coffee tables have matching sofas or settees that are relatively cheaper than buying them separately. Other interesting features that some coffee tables have are removable glass tops. This allows homeowners to remove the glass top, arrange photos or artwork on the table and put the glass back on the tabletop to protect them. Some coffee tables have a compartment under the glass top and this is great as small, decorative items can be arranged in it. For example, pebbles can be arranged in it to achieve the Zen look.
Designed by Isamu Noguchi over 50 years ago, table resulted from a match made in heaven by sculpture and furniture. This table features an interlocking wood base and a glass top. This is so popular that it's design is often imitated, so if you're in the market for one, checkout the glass edge and the wood base for the artist's signature. The Herman Miller Company is the one who exclusively manufactures Noguchi tables.
Height is a very important consideration when buying coffee tables. You should decide how tall you want your table based on the height of your sofa or chairs. Most standard coffee tables are about sixteen inches tall, but there are also coffee tables available in heights as low as eleven inches. Shorter coffee tables are made specifically for contemporary sofa chairs that are designed to sit lower.
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