Using Driftwood Coffee Table for Your Living Room

June 13, 2018 - by : Ignazio  |  Home Decoration  |  No Comments  |  2641 Views
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Driftwood coffee tableis definitely one of the many suitable materials for a home that is eco-friendly especially because of the material itself that is sustainable and environmentally friendly. Usually, since there are no pieces of driftwood that are alike, different piece of furniture that made for the home are unique pieces. This would go the same as for the coffee table that is using this particular material for your home. You could use the wood as the base for the table, and place another glass surface on top of it. You could choose from the many shapes of glass to be placed on top of it whether it is square, oval, round or rectangle depending on your personal preferences.

Driftwood coffee table is one of the unique pieces of furniture that you could place in your living room that would go perfectly with the rustic, traditional or even a vintage home décor. This kind of coffee table would also be considered a piece of art that is able to be used as furniture to go nicely in the living room of your home to be paired with a set of couches and sofas. You could find them in the furniture store or even in antique shops with wide ranges of different prices, depending on their originality, sizes and the shapes that they come with.

Driftwood coffee table usually has a base of brown color because the maker of the table would leave the wooden base of the table itself unpainted. This would be better especially with added coat of varnish; the wood would look glossy and shinier and could also prevent termites from getting into the wood and ruining the material itself. It would be highly recommended that you don’t change the color of the wood by repainting it, and if it’s worn out because of its aging over the years, it would be even better because it would add more value into the coffee table itself.

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