Sofa tables are such an over looked staple that can add character and function to any space. Add one behind a sofa in a larger room to divide your space, or put one behind your sofa in a smaller room to add a surface for lamps and other small accessories!
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Texture is an element which can sometimes be overlooked when planning for a home. It has the ability to add subtle dimension to any room and no longer makes you feel confined to basic visual elements such as line and color.
There are so many great textures to mix and match with your room schemes: matte, shiny, coarse, fine, rough, smooth, or soft. If your room is focused on only one color group, it is most important to introduce different textures. Neutrals are popular and easy to live with, but can also appear rather dull unless different surface finishes are introduced.
Things to think about with textures:
Light reflection (carpeting or wood flooring)
Visual and tactile texture (glass on rough vintage wood coffee table)
Scale (upholstery in chunky cord or linen)
Suitability (is marble flooring practical in a bathroom?)
These chairs are unique because the back is made up of recycled wood shutters. With faded paint and a smooth weathered look, a chair like this would look perfect in a shabby chic, eclectic, or rustic home. Each piece is 100% unique with varying color and shape.