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    A coffee table is an essential piece of your living room in terms of style and function.

    It’s vital to find a table that fits your design and room. Ensuring that it works well with your sofa or chairs and doesn’t crowd the room are just a few lines on the checklist. Your table should provide the right amount of utility to withstand whatever your daily routine entails.

    Coffee tables aren’t just for the living room. Bedrooms, keeping rooms, offices, and more can benefit from the style and storage offered by a coffee table. A chest-like coffee table is a stylish storage piece for your bedroom, while a coffee table with built-in drawers or cubbies is a practical choice for your office.

    There are a lot of factors to consider, but choosing the perfect coffee table for your home doesn’t need to be difficult. Follow this buying guide for an easy shopping experience.

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    Should a coffee table be higher or lower than a couch?

    Your coffee table should be slightly lower than the seat of your couch. Your table should be at a height that’s easily accessible while you’re relaxing on the couch. Measure from the floor to the seat of your couch and filter your coffee table search based on those dimensions. Your table should be one or two inches shorter than the measured height.

    Should I choose a circular or rectangular coffee table?

    The shape of your coffee table depends on the size and shape of your room and personal preference. Large L-shaped and U-shaped sectionals are balanced by rectangular coffee tables. Rectangular coffee tables are typically larger than their rounded counterparts, making them perfect for living rooms with extra space. Circular coffee tables look best when paired with loveseats and smaller seating arrangements. The rounded edges allow them to not disrupt the flow of traffic in tight quarters.