BLOG ARTICLE – Modern Coffee Tables

Title:Blog Article Referencing Modern Coffee Tables
Category:Shopping and Product Reviews
Keywords:modern coffee tables
Word count:500

Objective: Inform and Educate.
Describe modern coffee tables in a manner that informs and educates, convincing the shopper that these coffee tables are worth the purchase. This article is put at the footer of a catalog of items for sale.

Things to Avoid: Avoid using words like purchase and “buy these” phrases

Modern Coffee Tables

When the first coffee houses opened in London, in the year 1652, clients soon aired their complaints. There was no place to set down their hot mugs, in between sips. Coffee tables were designed to meet these patrons’ needs, and this is how they first came to be. Coffee tables became the focal point for socializing and conversation, while enjoying a hot beverage and were all the rage amongst the bourgeoisie. Soon enough, coffee tables materialized in the private homes of wealthy Europeans. These early coffee tables, were ornate and typically much taller and narrower than modern coffee tables. In time, as the appreciation for hot beverages became commonplace, so did coffee tables.

Why You Should Buy a Modern Coffee Table

Modern coffee tables have come a long way from their tall, narrow predecessor. Modern coffee tables are functional, space savers and decorative. Ranging from traditional to ultra modern designs, you can choose from a variety of materials, sizes and shapes. Modern coffee tables are practical and add style to your home decor.

Advantages of Modern Coffee Tables

Aside from adding panache to your home decor, modern coffee tables are functional and a focal point for friends and family to gather around. Whether it’s popcorn movie night with the family or Sunday Football, a coffee table is the hub and heart of a home. I have two modern coffee tables. A small one, which sits next to my armchair, where I can set my phone, reading glasses and a cup of coffee or use as a foot rest. The larger coffee table sits in front of the sofa, perfect for serving snacks and drinks to family and guests.

Average Price of Modern Coffee Tables

The price of modern coffee tables will vary according to size, materials and brand, ranging from under $100 to over $1000. The average price is in the $200 to $400 range.

Modern Coffee Tables Shapes and Sizes

Standard sized modern coffee tables measure 30 to 50 inches and work best with sofas six to seven ft. wide. For wider sofas, a coffee table over 50 inches is best. Small modern coffee tables can measure under 30 inches, and are best suited for settees, armchairs and loveseats. These are the most popular shapes you will come across, while shopping for modern coffee tables.

  • Round
  • Rectangular
  • Square
  • Oval
  • Free Form
  • Triangle
  • Half-Circle
  • Hexagon

Modern Coffee Tables Styles

The power of creative design merged with technology and new materials, has resulted in an ample selection of unique and versatile styles of modern coffee tables available on the market.

  • Traditional
  • Contemporary
  • Modern
  • Rustic
  • Industrial
  • Vintage
  • Novelty
  • Stacking
  • Folding
  • Low Platform

Modern Coffee Tables Types

The diversity of materials, used in modern design, contributes to the ample choice of modern coffee tables you can choose from..

  • Wood
  • Glass
  • Marble
  • Faux Marble
  • Metal
  • Mirrored
  • Plastic
  • Acrylic
  • Leather
  • Faux Leather
  • Rattan

Modern coffee tables are a must have for every household. A modern coffee table will add elegance, warmth and functionality to your home decor.

Published by Maddalena Di Gregorio

“I kept always two books in my pocket, one to read, one to write in” Robert L. Stevenson

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