Long rectangular tables that can be almost 7 feet in length and as little as 1 foot deep have decorate staples for decades. They were originally intended to conceal or cover the back of a sofa slipcovers when it was tradition to not finish the back of a stuffed couch. These days, however, they add dimension to a room and provide storage and shelving options. Decorating sofa tables can show your creativity. They are suitable for screens of your objects d’art, small photographs or works of art. Place the sofa so that it is “floating” in the room, and not against a wall, or at least the width of your coffee table from the wall.
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Place the sofa slipcovers behind the couch, either close to the wall or against the back of the couch. This is a good strategy if your sofa is crowded and makes people sit back and relax, in which case you may not want very high, high ornaments placed on the coffee table. People can sit back and beat them over. For this type of sofa, shells mixed with small vases or glass jewelry look good as do miniature staffs with miniature framed artwork. A coffee table is more than a place to make them drink in today’s home. It’s a place for you to show some style and give an idea of who you are. To many people, coffee tables tell their guests more about them than any other piece of decor in their house.
Decorate a more formal sofa slipcovers with items of different heights. Use different large lights and candlesticks to focus and add height to space. Display plates and works of art, again on staff slats. You can also vary the sizes and shapes of vases and / or glassware. Use a coffee table as a coffee table assistant. Keep a set of roller coaster on it and when the space is limited, guests can place their drinks on the couch back the table. Similarly, magazines and books on the couch place the table to make room for larger items that you want to display on the coffee table.