Copley Coffee Table

Coffee tables are beautiful and useful pieces of furniture that are usually placed in the living room and add a plus of personality to this room. Any way, these coffee tables are not used only for serving coffee, but the name stuck and that is why everybody uses it nowadays. They are lower tables that are very handy and that can be used for different purposes, including for supporting a vase of flowers, for displaying a nice bowl of fruits or for just staying there. Coffee tables are smaller than regular tables, that is why you can easily move them from one place to another, where you need them. This Copley Coffee Table is beautiful and it can be the centerpiece of your living room design.

What is really interesting and beautiful about this coffee table is the shape and design of its legs. The legs are beautifully crafted and look like beads on a string. They are hand turned and after that painted in contrasting accents that confer elegance and style to this piece of furniture. It shows a bit of the old Colonial heritage and the rectangular tabletop is doubled by a similar but smaller board right under it, making the connection between the table legs and also offering some storing space. This coffee table is no longer manufactured, but you can still find it for sale on Home Site Furniture for $299.

Published by in Living Room, on February 18th, 2012


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