Make Your Home Look Stylish with Decorative Tables & Stools
Your home is your comfort zone, where you love to unwind after a hectic day. To make your home a pleasant, relaxing and comfortable abode, you need to have the right furniture.
Make the right impression
The type of furniture you display will add to the style quotient of your home. It goes without saying that visitors make a lot of assumptions about you based on the type of furniture you display. Their assumptions will be mostly correct because your home is a reflection of your personal taste. So you should invest in the right kind of furniture to make the right impression.
For a one-of-a-kind look
To make your home a stylish abode you need to pick your furniture after a lot of thought. Most of us take a lot of time to choose a couch and bed for the living and bedroom, respectively. However, when it comes to side tables and stools, we tend to choose them in a jiffy. But the fact is that just like your sofa and bed, tables and stools can also make your room look inviting. Accent tables or stools will never go unnoticed, especially during a party. You should invest in tables and stools to get that one-of-a-kind look for your home.
Endless decoration possibilities
Another reason why you should choose tables and stools sensibly is that their decoration possibilities are endless, especially if they are accent tables and stools. Currently, there are a wide variety of options available in the market. You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to coffee tables, end tables, and bedside tables.
Accentuate using your creativity
It just doesn’t stop with buying a table or stool. You can accentuate its look using your creativity. You can put classy or quirky add-ons on top of it or around it. You can place photo frames, table lamps, books, picture frames, potted plants or any other knickknacks on this handy piece of furniture. By adding the right accessory to you accent table or stool your home will look like it came straight out of a fashion furniture magazine.
Add character to a room
Tables and stools are not just utilitarian furniture, they add to the character of any room. Some of the tables and stools currently available in the market not only look fabulous, but also come with additional storage. You can pick any table to match your couch or a brightly coloured and quirky stool to add an extra pop of colour to your bedroom.
Serve many functions
An accent table will be a great addition to your home’s entrance, living room, dining room, bedroom or kitchen. The ones with additional storage option will make your home look neat and tidy always. They are perfect to place accent decor like exquisite vases filled with fresh, seasonal flowers.
Tables and stools serve many functions, too. You can keep your coffee mugs, books or remote control on them. A table with storage is a good addition to any room.
Decide for yourself whether you want your table or stool blend in with other furniture or be more of a focal point in the room.
Get the height and weight of your table right
- Your table should be the same height as or several inches lower than the arm of your chair or sofa, and the width should be in direct proportion. Side tables that are too high or too short will be uncomfortable, and anything too wide will weigh down the surrounding furniture.
- If you plan to place a lamp or other objects on it, make sure that it can support their weight and that their size doesn’t visually overpower the table.
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