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Teo Coffee Table

Strong Identity with quality and longevity


Calvin Sofa Table

Sophisticated simplicity



Riva is a purist, emotional but functional product


Gong 38.5" Coffee Table

Light and elegant


Gong 21" Coffee Table

Light and elegant


Gong 19" Coffee Table

Light and elegant


Gong 16.5" End Table

Light and elegant


Dakar Pouf A

Calm and self-reliant attitude



Lisa end table's strong personality makes it very interesting for home and facilities



A timeless Design object


Zigon Nesting Table

Zigon Nesting Table


Chanelle Wood

Chanelle's organically shaped legs in American Walnut creates a coherent well-crafted piece


Coffee tables typically range in height from 16 to 18 inches. However, the exact height can vary based on design preferences and the seating arrangement in the living space.

Yes, you can paint coffee tables. It's a popular and cost-effective way to update or personalize furniture. Ensure the table is clean, sanded, and primed before applying paint. Choose a paint suitable for the table's material (wood, metal, etc.), and consider using a sealant or clear finish to protect the painted surface.

Coffee tables, initially crafted as wooden tables, emerged in the late Victorian era in Britain. In 1868, a table designed by E. W. Godwin was notably listed as a 'coffee table,' marking a specific designation for this type of furniture.

  • Books: Display a stack of your favorite books or decorative coffee table books.
  • Decorative Tray: Place a stylish tray to corral smaller items and create a cohesive look.
  • Candles: Add a touch of ambiance with scented or decorative candles.
  • Vases with Flowers or Greenery: Bring in a natural element with fresh flowers or faux greenery in a decorative vase.
  • Decorative Bowls or Boxes: Use bowls or boxes to hold small items like keys, remotes, or decorative objects.

  • Nested Decorative Trays: Arrange nested trays in varying sizes, each with its own set of curated items, such as candles, succulents, or small decor pieces.
  • Stacked Books: Create visual interest by stacking a few books on one or more levels of the nesting tables.
  • Candle Holders or Lanterns: Place decorative candle holders or lanterns on different levels for a warm and inviting touch.
  • Sculptural Decor Items: Use small sculptures or figurines to add a touch of artistry to each nesting table.
  • Greenery or Flowers in Vases: Incorporate small vases with fresh flowers or greenery to bring a natural and lively element to your nesting coffee table arrangement.

Coffee tables are designed to be low to facilitate convenient access from seating areas, allowing for comfortable placement of drinks, snacks, and other items within easy reach.

Blend Coffee Tables and End Tables:
  • Color Coordination: Select a harmonious color palette for cohesive aesthetics.
    Proportional Balance: Factor in the size and scale of your furniture to achieve a balanced look.
  • Textural Variety: Introduce depth by combining different textures and materials.

  • Table Lamps: Add stylish table lamps for both functional lighting and decorative appeal.
  • Books or Magazines: Stack a few books or magazines for a touch of intellectual and visual interest.
  • Decorative Bowls or Vases: Place decorative bowls or vases with flowers, greenery, or decorative objects.
  • Candles or Candle Holders: Introduce a warm and cozy ambiance with decorative candles or holders.
  • Small Art Pieces or Sculptures: Display small art pieces or sculptures to add a personal and artistic touch to the end table.

  • Decorative Tray: Use a stylish tray to corral and display smaller decorative items, creating a cohesive look.
  • Sculptural Decor: Showcase small sculptures or art pieces to add visual interest and personality.
  • Books or Decorative Boxes: Stack books or use decorative boxes to create height and storage while adding a touch of style to the end table.

  • Table Lamp: Choose a stylish table lamp that complements your decor and provides ambient lighting.
  • Decorative Base or Stand: Opt for a lamp with a decorative base or stand to add visual interest to the end table.
  • Accent Objects: Arrange small decorative objects around the base of the lamp to enhance the overall aesthetic and balance.

Typically, end tables come in standard heights that complement the height of sofas or chairs. If you want to make your end tables taller, you might consider the following options:
  • Table Risers: These are small devices that can be placed under the legs of the table to raise its height.
  • Furniture Pads or Feet: Replace the existing feet of the end table with taller ones, which can often be found at furniture stores.
DIY Extensions: If you're handy, you might consider creating your own extensions to place between the table and its legs.
Remember that altering the height of furniture may impact its stability and overall design, so proceed with caution and consider consulting with a furniture professional if needed.

A common guideline for the height of lamps on end tables is to ensure that the bottom of the lampshade is around eye level when you are seated next to the table. This typically means that the total height of the lamp (including the base and shade) should be between 58 to 64 inches.
Here's a more detailed breakdown:
  • Seated Eye Level: The bottom of the lampshade should be at or just below eye level when you're seated.
  • Table Height: Consider the height of the end table. Ideally, the lamp should be tall enough to provide adequate illumination, but not so tall that it becomes visually disproportionate to the table.
  • Lampshade Height: The lampshade's height also affects the overall look. If you have a shorter lamp base, a taller lampshade may compensate, and vice versa.
These are general recommendations, and personal preferences and specific room setups may influence your choices.

Place end tables next to seating furniture, like sofas or chairs, within easy reach. Consider positioning them on either side of a sofa or chair, providing a convenient surface for items like drinks, books, or lamps.

The number of end tables you should have depends on the layout and seating arrangement in your living space. As a general guideline:
  • Sofa Arrangement: If you have a sofa, having one end table on each side is common for balance and functionality.
  • Seating Areas: Consider placing end tables near each seating area. For example, if you have multiple chairs or a sectional sofa, each seating spot may benefit from an end table.
  • Room Size: In larger rooms or open floor plans, you might have more seating areas, and therefore, more end tables.

Ultimately, the goal is to ensure that there's a convenient surface for people to place items like drinks or books within easy reach. Adjust the number of end tables based on the specific needs and design of your living space.

The end table is a small table placed next to a chair or a sofa practically beside anything you can sit. You can set the items to put your drinks, food, cups, or remote control. Its primary purpose is to provide access to your needs without standing up.

A coffee table, also known as a cocktail table, is a low, elongated piece with four legs positioned in front of a sofa. Its purpose is to provide a surface for holding items such as glasses, books, magazines, or occasionally, feet.