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 Why the Coffee Table is an Important Piece of Furniture

When you look at a room, if a coffee table is not there, the room is unfinished. it polished the flow of the room centering it to the other pieces of furniture. When you are mingling and talking in a space and there is nowhere to place a cocktail, you’re stuck holding all night! With so many reasons left to discuss why a coffee table is such an important piece of furniture in the room. 


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1. Centers the Room

There is no possible reason why any room should be without a coffee table. If you have a single couch, or a luxurious sectional couch, a coffee table centers the living space and defines an area. It acts as the anchor with some choosing a rug to warm up or flair up a living room space. 

2. A Place to Gather

When we make our way to someone’s living room, we are likely using that space as a place to converse. No one wants to be stuck holding their cocktail plate and drink in their hand all night long. It can be tricky to choose the right table to create the vibe you want, however; the collections that Groms has should make it a little easier. Whether the gathering is family and you can kick back and rest your feet on it, or a more social event, a gathering space is not complete without a coffee table. 

3. Multifunctional Furniture

Coffee tables have come so far from the space where furniture was wrapped in plastic and you could barely touch the formal living room furniture. You would always wonder what exactly that room was used for. Now coffee tables along with a variety of other pieces can have a super formal vibe, or a cozy ottoman like function. The durability of the materials including wood, metals, and glass to mention a few, hold up to the test of time with the finishes and craftsmanship they are built with. With storage and different functions for your coffee table taking shape and trending, there is no end to the multifunctionality of today’s coffee tables. 

4. A Piece of Art

Some designers are using a coffee table as a piece of art. We see some tables with materials like the movement of walnut and glass transformed into a landscape like a scene straight out of the desert. Or sleek geometric tables with mid-century flashbacks of years past and the traditional look that sparks conversations. Urban like designs where you can almost hear the busy streets bustling. 

5. Not Just a Pace for Old Magazines

The centerpieces of coffee tables are becoming more than just a place to throw a home and garden magazine down on. There are markets that are geared towards decorating your tables for different seasons or to transform your room from a variety of trends and styles. If you are going for a contemporary vibe, finding a clean piece of art and a vase with neutral colored psi please flowers can complete the look you are going for. If modern is your thing, finding a fun bright colored conversation piece in an Art Deco style with a unique trinket can settle the mood. 

6. How to a Form Your Space

With so many different ideas floating around on how to use your coffee table as a form of function, art, and a way to finish and mesh a room together, using your table as a way to express your interior design hobby can surely spark a desire to roll up your sleeves and find the perfect one. The ultimate coffee table in our eyes can roll with the different trends and hold a timeless spot in the rotational spin of design patterns with interior design. Whether going to markets or searching online is your way of finding just the right pieces of decor for your room, consider picking out your table first and decorating around that instead of making the table fit into your chosen flow. This way of sorting your space can elevate a lot of unnecessary stress and frustration. 

By Krisna Garcia (an aspiring writer from California, looking to grow her portfolio and build her specialization and expertise on beauty, lifestyle and health)

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