No matter what the style, tables are an integral part of any room’s decor. Tables give you a place to set your beverage, a surface for a lamp, and a place for the remote and a few magazines to belong. Add a tray, a stack of coasters, or a centerpiece, and you have the perfect finishing touch for any room.
There is no shortage of Colorado furniture stores to choose from, but to find the best quality and selection, you’ll have to look a little harder. Our story starts with our furniture store in Westminster, Colorado, which opened in 2002. As our business grew, we opened a second store in Centennial, Colorado to meet the needs of the south end of the city. Today, our store is known for its variety of styles to fit all different types of decor, and of course, for the quality of everything we carry.
Types of Tables to Choose From
There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all when it comes to tables. Each of our types of tables is designed to fulfill a different need.
- End tables: Designed to be large enough to hold a lamp, beverage, and maybe a magazine or two, an end table typically sits at the end of your couch or between a couch and chair.
- Chair-side tables: A little narrower than an end table, a chair-side table is designed to take up less space while still providing chair-sitters with the same table real estate.
- Coffee tables: Most coffee tables are a little lower than end tables, designed for sitting in front of your couch or the middle of a seating arrangement. If you’re lucky, you might get away with putting your feet up for a spell.
- Sofa tables: These tables are tall, long, and narrow, designed to sit directly behind a sofa that’s out in the middle of the room. They can also act as a decorative table against the wall where there isn’t much space.
How to Find the Perfect Table
Exactly the right piece may require browsing a lot of local furniture for sale in Colorado. Here are a few tips to help you choose the right table for your space.
- Style: What furniture styles do you favor? Choose a table that will go well with the rest of your furniture.
- Function: Where do you want the table, and what needs will it fill?
- Size: How much space do you have available?