By Keller Maryia. Coffee Table. Thursday, September 28th 2017, 23:04:13 PM.
Imagine some cobble stoned alley in Zurich, a small open cafe, a small table and two cups of Mocha. What else do you need but good company? It also helps that coffee is much more affordable and you don‘t need to wait till sun down to enjoy some romantic time over a coffee. After all, romance often happens at an early age and a romantic candle light dinner is not feasible always. Rather meeting over a cup of coffee and talking over the tiny table becomes the better option.
Different clocks suit different tables, newer more trendy and fashionable tables are more suited to having a metallic and chrome style coffee table clock on them to accentuate the lines and materials the have gone to make up the table, whereas an older table, perhaps made of wood including pine, teak, mahogany or oak are best suited to a carriage style clock that gives a more regal and stately look to the table.
There are few things to think of before you get this project under way however. One is that you are going to be putting coffee on this table. Coffee is hot. That means you need to make sure that what ever you‘re doing can stand up to the impact of a hot cup of coffee or that you take some sort of steps to protect the table surface. This could be as simple as making sure there are saucers or coasters to put a hot cup on. Another thing to think of is whether or not your artwork can be damaged. The best way to deal with this is to make sure the artwork is on the underside of the glass. That way, people pushing things around on the surface, like coffee cups, won‘t hurt your art in any way.