Within our homes we have pieces of furniture which are purely functional and do not serve any real aesthetic purpose, they are just in our homes to serve a purpose. We don't really think too much about these pieces of furniture and neither do our guests. Sometimes these items of furniture can be quite nice pieces but they might just lack something to set them off, and this thing to set them off doesn't have to be anything too spectacular. Maybe an ornament would do the trick, but cheap ornaments look exactly that, cheap. A bowl of fruit or a water feature is a possibility but they are a bit old hat now.
Earlier, coffee tables were not called so. They were known as cocktail tables. This kind of says something about our nature of entertainment and the change it has gone through over the years, right? To be lured into the prospect of buying table furniture, you have to first dream what it can really do for you. Just let your mind play back all those moments when you come back home from work, tired to the boots that you cannot rest them on the ground anymore. You somehow drag yourself onto the sofa, being suddenly glad for that low table of the perfect height, so that you can throw your legs over it and rest in peace. Try another memory_ how about the times when you get into a heated passion when your football team wins, and to rejoice the moment you glance down and see your beer glasses winking at you from the coffee table?