Ideas Of Lift Coffee Table

Wooden Lift Top Coffee Table

Lift coffee table is a relative newcomer in the history of furniture. Although the first were invented in the 19th century, it did not really become popular until the 20th century. A coffee table is a low table often placed in front of the couch and is used both as a surface for food, drinks, newspapers and items display, and as a footrest. Because coffee tables have such a short story, you can be so inventive to choose one for your own home. Let your taste and interests and your household needs lead you to one that is both fun and practical.

Coffee or tea?

Before the invention of coffee table, the normal furniture was the table. This was a smaller and higher table that was a good height to eat on, but easier to maneuver around when you got up from the sofa or the chair. A tea table can be the perfect choice for smaller spaces or for people who often eat meals sitting on the couch. Because it’s higher, it’s a more comfortable height to eat on than a coffee table. You might also think that two small tables will work better in a small space than a large table.

Use your imagination

For those who want a low surface, almost any object with a flat surface can be turned into a coffee table. Choose something that reflects your interests and is a good size for your space. People have made coffee tables of surfboards (just laying legs), children’s sledges, shovels (put a board over the top) and even aquariums (top with glass so people can look down on fish). Another option is to wrap a beautiful piece of fabric or wallpaper around a board size you choose, cover it with glass, frame it with strips of casting and lay your legs. Pair of large flower pots or ornamental planting machines can be topped with glass to make a beautiful coffee table. Just think of getting tempered glass it is not likely to break, and has rounded corners for comfort and safety.

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Storage Options

In addition to providing a surface, coffee tables can also integrate storage, which can be very useful in smaller homes. Everybody’s chest, or even an extra kitchen cabinet with a nice top to, can serve as a coffee table while hiding all sorts of objects inside. Other options include Hassocks where the top pad is lifting, the architect’s table with slim boxes that hold magazines, magazines or possibly board games, and vintage tribes, which can easily reclose beds for convertible sofa beds close to where they are used. Yet another modern option is a height-adjustable coffee table, which can be lifted to eat height when you need to receive an evening meal. Use your imagination to bring the perfect coffee table.