sofa table

so′fa ta`ble


n.
a rectangular table with drop leaves and drawers, often placed in front of or behind a sofa.
[1930–35]
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Use a console table behind the sofa table to display decor and provide a place to add a decorative table lamp.
This family heirloom sofa table was nearly ruined by fire.
distinguish between two of the most similar, popular, and confusing tables: the Pembroke table and the Sofa table.
A second ROM piece, a sofa table, shares design features with several other sofa tables from Halifax that are tentatively attributed to John Tulles.
This space-saving and charming drop-leaf coffee table with magazine rack is designed to be dual purpose: this versatile table can be used as a side sofa table or easily swivelled and extended to create a spacious coffee table when entertaining (simply lift and rotate the drop-leaves to extend).
In its regular Artisan House line, the company will present three contemporary metal tables, which can be used with a glass top as a coffee or sofa table, or without a top and stood vertically as sculptures, and called Cubicle, High Voltage and Free Flow.
A This is a lovely sofa table and a very good example of high-quality cabinet making in the late 1840s / early 1850s.
A Baker etagere in gold filigree balances the seating arrangement, and the sofa table from South America is crafted of inlaid bone with modernistic chrome legs.
The other three innovation award winners are Katherine Greenwood with ideas for a coeliac diet, Sonia Gangar with a children's activity table and Richard Saunders with a sofa table.
Coupled with a sofa table and lamps, which will be plugged into sunken sockets, this will create the "inner" room.
A sofa table, breakfast table and dining chairs -all commissioned by James Watt Jnr, produced by Bridgens and George Bullock, and used at Aston Hall are also on show.