Published at Friday, 25 May 2018. Sofa Tables. By Danielle Batard.
Wood choices for these pieces may reflect paint colors and window dressings or an owner's desire to match other existing pieces. Decades ago mahogany maple oak and cherry were popular woods and continue to be a staple of furniture design. Bamboo and wicker also make a beautiful addition to modern homes and are popular for sunrooms and outside patios especially if you want to evoke the look and feel of the tropics. Laminates and metal such as wrought iron are also appropriate choices and can be paired with glass or stone to enhance other elements or colors in the room they are in.
First let's look at a basic truism: You get what you pay for. While you can indeed get some remarkable deals during promotions and sales on furniture on name brand furniture you can also be lured into considering pieces that while they look nice are more smoke and mirrors than quality materials and craftsmanship.
Décor fit - Even the greatest feeling and looking sofa can only fit in a certain environment. Make sure the sofa you are considering will fit in with the décor style you have in place in your living room. Number - How many sofa tables do you need? If you only have one straight sofa you may only need one table. But if you have one of those popular l-shaped sofas you may want two sofa tables to be available behind each leg of the l.
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