Occasional pieces of wood furniture include items you keep in a set without necessarily using them every day. For example, you use a living room chair daily as you relax and watch a TV show or movie. However, you probably only use a coffee table on the weekends when you entertain guests and serve food. In today’s blog post, Woodcraft Furniture explains how to choose occasional wood furniture for your home.
A coffee table is a relatively small piece of furniture, yet it plays a central role in your living room. You decorate it with books and family photos, and you might put a remote control or prop your feet on it every so often. Wood furniture should be an extension of your personality, and a coffee table is no different. Design one that fits into your space. Rectangular coffee tables are the most common. A round coffee table works well if you have children, and you want to prevent injuries from sharp corners.
End tables can match a coffee table for a cohesive look. Feel free to mix things up by getting end tables that contrast other wood furniture or complement everything else with a neutral color. Decorate these tables with lamps, artwork, photo frames, or plants.
A console table runs the length of your couch. This type of wood furniture goes behind the couch and serves as a border between the chair and any open space behind it. Console tables can have drawers for storing essential items. Think about putting lamps, artwork, photos, and decorative items on top of a console table to take full advantage of it.
Invest in a hallway table to fill out an empty space in your entryway. Hallway tables can be small, understated items with floor lamps on either side, or this kind of wood furniture can dominate the landscape of the room. A custom-made hallway table can counter the look of the wall, match the color of the front door, or stand apart with a completely different color than the rest of the space.
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