Published at Wednesday, 06 June 2018. Sofa Tables. By Solaine Beaulieu.
The one place in the house that usually reflects an owner's taste and style of living is the living room. Many families with smaller children or those who want a place that can handle the rough and tumble wear of kids and pets opt for at least one place in the house that is sure to stay clean and orderly in case some unannounced guests arrives.
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.
Sofa and end tables make a statement as to your choice of décor just as they did when they were first designed in Europe in the 1600s. Since there were no BMWs or Mercedes in the driveway to reflect one's wealth the fashionable home was the ultimate indication of good taste and standing in the community. Back then sofa and end tables would occupy the coveted area accompanying two other popular pieces of the time the chesterfield or settee. (These days we would call them a couch or loveseat.) Acting as companion pieces they were known for extensive carving and intimate details. Fortunately the craftsmanship that existed in the 1600s is still available today and period pieces are very popular in modern homes. As styles and design creativity evolved the variety of sofa and end tables has expanded into new and tasteful models that you can display in your "manor."
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