Sofa Tables are multifunctional table often found in fashionable living rooms or parlors.
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Designed to rest against the back of a sofa, these tables are tall and often quite narrow, allowing for excellent space-saving designs. A coordinating sofa table can be found to match nearly any design style, while the storage and usage possibilities of the table can add to the relaxation and simplification of any room.
Sofa tables are meant to serve as a table behind a high sofa, thus the table top is usually set even with the sofa back.
Drawers are an important component in many versions of the sofa table. These functional drawers are excellent for the storage of small items and can greatly reduce clutter throughout the room. Along with its narrow width, convenient drawers help make the Sofa Tables excellent pieces of furniture for those concerned with saving space.
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Modern Sofa Tables often serve as resting places for snacks, drinks, and items convenient for sofa users such as television remotes, sewing or knitting supplies, and magazines. The height of the table makes it convenient for mixing drinks, and many people choose to double the functionality of the makes it convenient for mixing drinks, and many people choose to double the functionality of the table by using it as a bar as well as sofa tables. By adding a small cabinet underneath the table to hold bottles, drinks can easily be poured and served from the convenient central location of the table.
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Because of its basic design principles, the sofa table adapts well to almost every style of interior decor. Traditional versions are still made of wood, but can be customized to fit popular home design styles from tropical to California Arts and Crafts. Newer styles often fit well with industrial or modern design by featuring utilitarian design and glass tops.