Living Room Tables
1. Coffee Table
Is generally used in a living room or the seat and is placed in front of the sofa. Food can be put on it, drinks, or even can be used to display coffee table books, plants or small knick-knacks.
2. Accent Table
A loose term used to cover a variety of types of tables, including tables, coffee tables and consoles. Do not be afraid to be creative! A trunk, an old chair or shelf everything can double as accent tables.
3. Console Table
Used interchangeably with auxiliary tables (also known as sofas tables), as they are long, thin and narrow, and fit nicely behind a sofa or in a gateway. If you need some extra dimension or just a place to pull the keys, a console near the front door is very useful.
Gets its name from its unique shape of C, you can spin it around on a bed, chair or sofa. It can be used to put drink or to hold your book or laptop.
5. Drink Table
Are small and have enough space for a drink! They can be high but are usually on the shorter side.
6. Bunching Table
Also known as Stacking or Nesting Table, this table can also be a type of coffee table or accent table; simply it refers to two or more tables that fit together or can spread out. It is a great choice for a home with limited space.
7. Drum Table
Was created in 1700 and is a heavy, round table. Sometimes it is high enough to lift a chair, and sometimes have shelves or drawers and a tooled leather top. Today, sometimes the term simply refers to a substantial round table, like a stone coffee table.
8. Foyer Tables
Is occasionally called a foyer table, hence it is a table for the foyer. Not all foyers have a table like this, but they are a great convenience. Most lean to a wall, but can be placed round or square tables in the center of large halls.