Oxford Painted Coffee Table (Blue)
Oxford Painted Coffee Table (Blue)
The Oxford range of furniture is available in both bedroom, living and dining room items. Painted in an off white that would match in with many colour scheme or a painted blue finish. The bedroom range has a selection of chest of drawers, beds and bedsides while the living and dining consists of dining tables and chairs and a selecetion of occasional side tables, coffee tables, tv media units and...
£169.00
Oxford Painted Coffee Table (Off White)
Oxford Painted Coffee Table (Off White)
The Oxford range of furniture is available in both bedroom, living and dining room items. Painted in an off white that would match in with many colour scheme or a painted blue finish. The bedroom range has a selection of chest of drawers, beds and bedsides while the living and dining consists of dining tables and chairs and a selecetion of occasional side tables, coffee tables, tv media units and...
£169.00

Wellington Painted Coffee Table
Wellington Painted Coffee Table
The Wellington painted range from the Old Creamery is a painted collection for the dining room and bedroom. From a dining tables to a coffee table, a nest of tables to sideboards or TV units, this range has a selection of items to choose from. All finished in a light grey paint colour. Old Creamery Furniture stores are based in Yeovil & Taunton, Somerset. Please check our store locator below...
£239.00
Fleur grey painted coffee table
Fleur grey painted coffee table
The New Fleur painted furniture range for the bedroom, dining and living room is sprayed with a beautifully contemporary grey paint finish, comes with an oak and oak veneer top and is fitted with complementing metal knobs and metal drop handles. One of the leading painted furniture ranges on the UK furniture market, the Old Creamery has a Bedroom and Dining/Occasional display on the sales floor...
£199.00

Bristol Ivory Painted Coffee Table with 2 Drawers
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Bristol Ivory Painted Coffee Table with 2 Drawers
The Bristol Ivory Coffee Table with 2 Drawers is a beautiful painted furniture collection. It is in an ivory painted finish with lacquered oak tops and finished with a metal or wooden handle. Old Creamery Furniture company showrooms are located in Yeovil, Taunton, Somerset. Please check our store finder below for the most convenient store to view this furniture. We offer a collection of goods...
£299.00

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What should I look for when purchasing a coffee table?

When choosing a coffee table, consider the available space in your living room and the proportions of the seating area. Your coffee table should be proportionate to the surrounding furniture and leave enough room for comfortable movement around it. Ideally, it should be about two-thirds the length of your sofa. Choose a shape and style that complements your existing furniture and décor. At Old Creamery Furniture you’ll find coffee tables in a range of shapes and sizes. Consider the overall aesthetic of your living room and select a shape that works with the space. Choose from solid oaks, glass, and metals – wood offers warmth and durability, while glass provides a modern and light aesthetic. Lookout for coffee tables that feature built-in storage options like drawers and shelves. These can be useful for storing away remote controls, magazines, and other items you want to keep within reach.

What is the best shape for a coffee table to be?

Rectangular coffee tables are a classic and versatile choice. They work well in most living room layouts and offer ample surface area for placing items like drinks, books, or decorative accessories. Rectangular tables often align nicely with the length of your sofa and can create a sense of balance and proportion in the room. If you have a larger seating area or a sectional sofa, a square coffee table can be an excellent choice. It offers a symmetrical and contemporary look. Square tables provide plenty of surface area for multiple people to access and can be a good fit for rooms with a more angular or modern design. A round or oval coffee table can soften the sharp lines and edges in a room and promotes better flow and ease of movement around the space, as there are no sharp corners to navigate around.

How big should a coffee table typically be?

The length and width of a coffee table should be proportionate to the seating area and the available space in the room. As a rule, the coffee table should be about two-thirds the length of your sofa. This proportion helps create a balanced and visually appealing arrangement. Additionally, consider the distance between the coffee table and other furniture pieces to allow for comfortable movement and legroom. Ensure that there is enough clearance space around the coffee table for easy movement. This clearance allows people to walk around the table without feeling cramped. Consider how you plan to use the coffee table. If you often entertain guests or have a large seating area, you may want a coffee table with a larger surface area to accommodate drinks, snacks, and other items. On the other hand, if you have a smaller living room or prefer a minimalist look, a more compact coffee table may be a better fit.

Does a coffee table have to be in the middle of the room?

No, a coffee table doesn't have to be placed in the middle of the room. The coffee table is often positioned in front of the main seating area, such as in front of a sofa or between a set of chairs. Placing it within easy reach of the seating allows for convenient access to drinks, snacks, and other items. You’ll want to consider the proximity of the coffee table to other furniture pieces. It should be positioned at a comfortable distance from the seating, allowing enough space for movement and legroom. Avoid placing the table too close to the furniture, which can make it feel cramped. If you have a fireplace, a large window with a view, or any other focal point in the room, you can align the coffee table with that element, helping to draw attention to it. Consider the flow of foot traffic in the room and ensure that the placement of the coffee table doesn't obstruct the natural pathways or create obstacles for movement within the space.