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    Why We Love Wood Coffee Tables

    The warmth and timeless beauty of wood coffee tables is hard to beat. Whether they're used in a traditional spot in front of a couch or incorporated as modern accent tables elsewhere in a room, they have a lot to offer. They can be a showcase for photo books, a convenient spot for coffee mugs, and a place to enjoy casual snacks in front of the television. From elm to elder to walnut, there's also a wide range of shades and veneers to choose from. This hardworking piece of living room furniture is one of the most versatile in the home.

    Where Wood Coffee Tables Work Best

    While wood coffee tables and living rooms go together like martinis and olives, they don't have to be restricted to a single room of the home. In fact, many modern accent tables can be used as coffee tables and vice versa, giving you the freedom to change up your decor with existing pieces when it's time for a style refresh. Mid-height tables can be used as office furniture when modular filing shelves are placed above. Low table styles, when placed flush to a wall in larger rooms, work as a display platform for personal items. Higher wooden coffee tables with a small footprint can make excellent side tables or even nightstands in a bedroom.

    Wood Furniture Designers We Love

    Whenever modern accent tables are part of the conversation, you can bet that the name Herman Miller isn't far behind. A pioneer in the mid-century modern design sphere, the iconic brand's designs continue to influence modern brands such as Gus Modern, known for its upholstered sofas and chairs, and Urbia, which has made a name for itself in dining sets. Other contemporary brands, such as Copeland Furniture and Modloft, manufacture items like end tables that spin off the neutral wood tones and angular construction popularized by Herman Miller.

    How to Choose the Best Wooden Coffee Tables

    Wooden coffee tables come in a huge variety of styles, colors and finishes. The most efficient table-hunting begins with a firm idea of your desired footprint. In other words, you should have an ideal length, width, and height in mind as you start browsing wood coffee tables. Consider your current or future surrounding furniture as well. Is the silhouette and wood tone a good match, or does it provide interesting contrast? Avoid clashing colors or overwhelming a room with a single tone. If you plan on matching your new table to chairs of the same wood, for example, opt for chair styles with an upholstered component for contrast.

    Other Considerations

    When selecting wood coffee tables, keep your lifestyle in mind as well. If a table won't see a lot of physical use, a simple wooden surface may suffice. If, however, your table is destined to see a lot of mugs, slippered feet, or books stacked on it, you may want to consider styles with a protective varnish or glass top, both of which are easier to clean. When properly cared for, paired with a quality furniture polish and kept out of direct sunlight, your coffee table should serve you and your decor for a lifetime.