If you had to choose between a coffee table and a console table, which would you choose and why? These two tables enhance living space and serve different purposes. We’re taking a look at the coffee table versus the console table and clearing up questions as we go. Coffee tables and console tables come in different styles and shapes. One of the biggest differences between them is the purpose they serve. Purpose of a Coffee… Coffee Table or Console Table: What’s the Difference?Read More Coffee Table or Console Table: What’s the Difference?
The living room coffee table I grew up with was round and brown and held magazines, the newspaper and the remote. My mother didn’t allow drinks on it since it was made of wood. When it was time for parties, a doily with a basket of flowers was placed in the center and coasters came out to protect it. I remember doing puzzles on that table and finding Easter eggs hidden under it on Easter… How to Choose the Right Coffee TableRead More How to Choose the Right Coffee Table
Weekends, holiday breaks and visits from loved ones can pass as quickly as they come. These are the times for those memorable family gatherings. For magic movie nights where laughter flows throughout the room, we offer a framework of fine living room furniture perfect for your media room. Capture that special time with loved ones all comfy and cozy right down to the pets curled up on the living room rug. Preview To get things started,… Movie Night: How to Create the Perfect Media RoomRead More Movie Night: How to Create the Perfect Media Room
Accent tables, whether used to hold a drink, set a magazine or prop up your feet, can also accessorize a room or communicate your design style. Changing your accent tables can turn a tired room into a furniture fashion statement. Here are some ideas for using accent tables to make a room pop. Different Textures Usually people don’t think about texture when they are designing a room, but it is often what adds excitement and… Accent Tables as Design StatementsRead More Accent Tables as Design Statements