Many tables are built at around 16 inches tall, but some of the more modern choices can be closer to a foot tall. If you are looking for a comfortable and homey choice that people can put their feet on while they enjoy their coffee, you may want to choose an upholstered wooden table that will be more durable than a glass top. However, if you do have a smaller living space, it may be a great idea to choose a table style with a glass top that will allow light to penetrate and open up the space as opposed to a solid coffee table. One more benefit to a glass top table for your home is that it will show your beautiful carpet or wooden flooring through to all of your guests.
Don't forget to measure how high your coffee tables should be as well. Generally, the height should be same or a little bit higher than the sofa seats it will complement. Seat down on your sofa and measure the height from the floor to the top of your bended knee. These tables should be either that high or an inch more or less, if you can't manage that. Too high and it will become an eye sore, too low and your guests will tumble out of the seat to use it.
It may seem like no small task to find the perfect coffee table to complement your home decor, especially since it will serve as a focal centerpiece - but a coffee table for your living area can be so much more! Normally, a coffee table is a small table that is low to the ground, which sits in the center of a living room. It is often used to hold coffee, books, magazines, or other items of decoration. Coffee tables became popular in the 1920s, but they actually have a much longer history. Coffee tables were actually found within the Ottoman Empire, and they were normally placed within tea gardens.
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