By Ivonne Martineau. Coffee Table. Published at Friday, October 27th, 2017 - 18:52:53 PM.
You can purchase an all glass table or a glass table paired with wood or paired with wrought iron. Glass gives the room an illusion of width because you can see through it which is great if you live in a small apartment or house. The author does not recommend glass on homes where there are small kids as glass has the tendency to break. When buying glass tables always be sure that you ask for tempered or treated glass because when this type of glass breaks it will not have sharp edges unlike untreated glass which has the tendency to break in large shards.
Rustic coffee tables are available in various shapes but the most commonly seen shapes are round oval square and rectangular. Generally round and oval have similar features the only difference is that an oval table is able to cater more people than a round table otherwise both the shapes have smooth edges to it which reduces that chances of you and your family from hurting themselves with the corners of the table. Whereas rectangular and square tables are generally bought by those who have a bigger room as these shapes in table cater more people than a round or oval table can. these tables have rough edges therefore you have to be careful while you walk around it in order to avoid yourself from getting hurt.
"Wrought" is an Old English term for "work" therefore literally it`s "worked iron". When you buy a wrought iron furniture you can be sure that artistry is incorporated in that piece because wrought iron is hammered and bent into shape by highly skilled master craftsmen making the iron long lasting and more resistant to corrosion than other types of metals. Wrought iron tables are elegant pieces by themselves but their beauty is enhanced (or they enhance the beauty) of another material paired to them. For instance wrought iron and glass or wrought iron and stone.
Designed by Isamu Noguchi over 50 years ago table resulted from a match made in heaven by sculpture and furniture. This table features an interlocking wood base and a glass top. This is so popular that it`s design is often imitated so if you`re in the market for one checkout the glass edge and the wood base for the artist`s signature. The Herman Miller Company is the one who exclusively manufactures Noguchi tables.
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