Published at Friday, August 23rd 2019. by Maurina Le Blanc in Metal.
Everyone wants a cozy living room don't they? Or is that just me? The living room is the center lounging spot in your home and the coffee table is often the center of that space so it makes sense that styling your coffee table for maximum coziness is a must.
After sofas and chairs, coffee tables are the most important element in any living room space. Crucial to your arrangement, these tables help to anchor the room. Equally stylish and functional, coffee tables offer much needed surface areas and storage, while adding a chic level of sophistication to your space.
A metal coffee table eventually chips and rusts by time. Applying a fresh paint coating will rejuvenate the beauty of your metal coffee table. Below are the materials that you need along with the instructions on how to paint your metal coffee table.
The elegance of the metal coffee table will bring true design to your home. The brass color will set a retro mood. Add to the wood the metal will produce a Scandinavian look with clean lines. The coffee table is an essential piece of furniture to put your small objects or simply as decoration.
A metal art coffee table may be used in conjunction with other metal furniture to create a tone to the room. Or it may be used with non metal furniture to create a counter point and an areas of focus. There are three basic designs that are particularly suited to metal art coffee tables, although two are not originally of metal. The low height Japanese in what is called the Tribeca style. The modern coffee table in the 'Marcel Breuer' style. Originally of a plain metal design it adapts admirably to metal art work.
Different materials are paired with glass tops for round coffee tables, but hardwood, particularly cedar, is gaining popularity as it strikes a balance with a glass top's smooth and sleek finish. Regardless of the material you want for your glass coffee table's base, may it be metal, wood, or stone, we’re certain you will love its impact!.
I found a metal & glass coffee table at the thrift store for $15. The table was sturdy and in pretty good condition. The finish wasn't so great though. The table was brass-plated and the finish was rusted, stained and fading in some areas and chipped in other spots. The best thing to do was to spray paint the table.
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