There are lots of great reasons to choose an acrylic coffee table. As well as being very much in vogue, there are lots of practical reasons for buying.
But let’s be clear there are reasons why an acrylic coffee table might not be suitable. If not looked after properly acrylic will scratch so if the coffee table is likely to receive a lot of traffic then more traditional material might be more suitable.
But as a base for magazines and books etc the acrylic coffee table is a good choice – and in fact might be a safer choice than glass or wood especially if you have younger children. Acrylic is lightweight and shatterproof – perfect for a family room.
An Acrylic Coffee Table Makes the Most of Light & Space
Owners will testify to the ability of clear acrylic to make the most of light & space. The tables are perfect for smaller rooms and rooms where light is an issue. They are often the choice for studio apartments or for use in basement rooms, and are a popular choice for offices, reception areas & waiting rooms.
You can also incorporate the acrylic tables into almost every design scheme. From traditional design looks to vintage-themed layouts as well as minimalist schemes. The tables complement everything from antique furniture to 70s chic. From urban loft living to cosy country cottage, an acrylic table could be the perfect finishing touch.
And the final reason is value. It is possible to pay £000s for designer tables & furniture but it is also possible to buy a high quality UK-made acrylic coffee table for around about £100. Offering a contemporary design and manufactured from high quality, high impact acrylic these tables are made to last & will be a fixture of any design scheme for many years.
To help maintain your acrylic coffee table in its best ‘as new’ condition follow these simple rules: can be cleaned with just warm water & a clean non-abrasive cloth. Use only light pressure when cleaning and avoid rubbing grit or dirt into the surface. Although there are some specific cleaning products available online, you should never use window cleaning sprays, ketones, alcohol, solvents or ammonia-based cleaning solutions.