The coffee table is basically the secret star in your living room. Even though the sofa usually stands out first in size, color or shape, the living area without a coffee table would not be complete.
Unlike a side table, which is often available in unobservable areas to help, the coffee table is a real style element that skilfully combines design and functionality.
Finally, the area in front of the sofa without a table just looks naked! Where should we put our coffee cup off? Where to leave the cake plate?
The Coffee Table Made Of Wood
Wood is a natural material and comes in many colors and grains. Just as they are found in nature, a variety of wood species such as birch, oak, beech, maple and walnut fit well together – as long as you have a soft spot for contrasts. If you prefer quiet and tone-on-tone, wood splitting will help you in the following categories: bright, reddish, brownish and dark.
The Glass Coffee Table – The Filigree
Glass is a true classic and is still used today for table tops. The transparent material is rather inconspicuous and focuses attention on the objects in its environment. The classic style of the glass coffee table is further enhanced by angular shapes. More abstract, round and oval shapes make it look modern. A glass coffee table is simply the ideal place to admire your favorite items and will suit any style and floor covering – and even more so to colorful rugs!
If you have answered these topics for you, there is only one last question left in the room: What form should my coffee table have? A round table is rather subtle and restrained and is well suited for the Scandinavian style. But in combination with other table shapes and different heights, a sophisticated mix of styles is created, which can be rearranged and moved as desired. However, those who prefer to choose a variant can easily follow the shape of their sofa: is it a large, elongated sofa? Then a narrow, longish coffee table fits well. Is it a smaller corner sofa? Here a round, square and also triangular coffee table fits well – as long as it is not too big.