Published at Monday, 04 June 2018. Sofa Tables. By Louise Labossia.
A living room is a good example. In this space you need places for people to sit. It's a basic requirement of the functions of the room. If people have nowhere to sit then it won't be a very social place. A table can also be added either a coffee table which can dominate the center of the room or smaller side tables where guests can rest a beverage or a bag or simply place their hands when reclining.
You begin with an empty room a blank canvas across which you can stretch your decorative imaginings creating any kind of environment that your mind can conceive of. First you start with the big things seating tables shelves and cabinets large furnishings that will become the back bone of the room. Later these pieces will be complimented decorated and enhanced using a series of smaller accessories that will give the room character. But first things first you have to start off with the necessities of the space.
Size - You want to try and make your sofa tables as close to the same length as your sofa as you can. Something sticking out past the sofa looks tacky. Something too short may cause people to try to put a drink down only to find out there is no table there. Materials - Consider the materials that have gone into the sofa tables you are considering. You don't want tables that are made of easy to scratch or scar materials as these are going to likely get a lot of use. Décor fit - Just as with the sofas you choose it is important to consider the overall décor style of the room before you select tables to go into this space.
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