The purpose of a coffee table is quite simple: at its simplest level, it's a table in the middle of your living room where you can place coffee, magazines, and a remote. It can also be used as a dining table, moonlight. A children's table for everything and a footrest or sometimes as an additional seating area or area to sort laundry.
The coffee worktable is usually between the sofa/channel and the TV. While it provides a cozy setting for a pop of wine, its central location means that most eyes will be on it when looking at the room, and it becomes a major focal point.
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If you want to create a coffee table display, select pieces with a similar theme and group them, then balance the display with an off-center vase of flowers, or bowl.
Quick style tips:
– Books are a key element, many stacks of books for the table you like, arranged on one end or the opposite side.
– The tray is the key to creating style when not much is happening, or when the table shapes are contrasted, or when the same shape is selected perpendicular or off-center. Get a vase of fresh flowers or a candle holder and throw your remote control away.
– A good box is also easy to display; Placed in multiple magazines or arranged in different sizes and colors, they add an instant look and also create a place to hide the remote control.