Contemporary Glass-Top Sofa Table With 3 Beautifully Curving Chrome Legs

by interior designer

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A sofa table is designed for one primary purpose and that is to stand behind a sofa in a large interior space. They are frequently found in fashionable living rooms and provide an area for decorative items such as floral arrangements, sculptures and picture frames to be situated. If you’re looking for a contemporary table of this type which is not made from the standard wood designs then cast your eyes over this stunning glass-top Clayton sofa table with beautifully curving chrome legs.

It’s rather futuristic in style and can certainly be called ultra-modern. The reflective quality of the rounded chrome legs spills out into the rest of the room and the glass top brings a much desired lightness, in both senses of the word. The table top surface is relatively small compared to traditional designs but there is enough area to place contemporary statues, a collection of books, some glassware and other bits and pieces you may need close to hand. The Clayton Sofa Table is sturdy and secure and will look great with a variety of sofa styles.

Sofa tables of all kinds have actually been in existence for quite a few centuries and it’s believed it was during the 17th Century when they began to become widely popular. As was the case in the past, the table situated behind the sofa was an ideal location on which to prepare drinks for family, friends and guests. Nowadays, they also double as places on which to leave television remote controls, movie magazines and an assortment of other reading material. However, which such a stylish appearance as seen with this sofa table with curving chrome legs, the placement of decorative items and attractive objects of sentimental value are probably more appropriate. It’s going to be very much an accent furniture piece as well as a functional one.

You can buy it from here: Wildon Home Clayton Sofa Table in Chrome.

Dimensions: 28.875″ H x 64.75″ W x 45″ D.

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