SLIDING SOFA TABLE. SLIDING SOFA
Sliding sofa table. Rectangular outdoor table. Solid oak console table.
Sliding Sofa Table
- (Sofa tables) are similar to Pembroke tables and usually have longer and narrower tops. They were specifically designed for placement directly in front of sofas for serving tea, writing, dining, or other convenient uses.
- (Sofa Tables) A sofa table is not unlike a Pembroke table, having similar folding flaps which are hinged and can be raised and held by concealed brackets.
- (sofa tables) (in drop-leaf table (furniture))
- Floating, gliding or sliding refers to a group of footwork-oriented dance techniques and styles closely related to popping, which attempt to create the illusion that the dancer's body is floating smoothly across the floor or that the legs are walking while the body travels in unexpected
- Move (something) along a surface in such a way
- Move along a smooth surface while maintaining continuous contact with it
- Move smoothly, quickly, or unobtrusively
- Sliding is a type of frictional motion between two surfaces in contact. This can be contrasted to rolling motion. Both types of motion may occur in bearings.
- being a smooth continuous motion
Coaster Brushed Computer Desk/Workstation Table with Pull Out Keyboard Tray, Aluminum Finish
Brushed Aluminum Finish Computer Desk/Workstation Table with Pull Out Keyboard Tray. This is a brand new brushed aluminum finish frame computer desk with wood top. At the far left side of the table, there are slots that can be used as a CD Rack which can hold up to 25 CDs. The PC Tower/Base can be placed anywhere at the strong metal bars at the foot of the table. There is also a wood sliding board that slides in and out where you can place your keyboard. This is a convenient and useful item for any home, office, apartment or dorm setting. This item requires simple assembly. Dimensions Measure: 37. 25'' L x 22. 5'' W x 30''H
Most people’s bookshelves and countertops are scattered with the odd photograph, whether they’re coordinated black and white, or odd-ball and cased in a clutter of mismatched frames inevitably collected from years of last-minute gift receiving. However they’re displayed, the photos will have a common theme of friends and family. But not mine. Or that is, they don’t display my friends and family. There’s the girl in her prim 1950s wedding dress who I found fainting among a collection of risque shots in a beachside junkshop. Or there’s the couple having a picnic, with the woman wearing the man’s hat at an angle and standing on their car’s curved fender as she smiles at the third party behind the camera. Somebody’s daughter; somebody’s grandparents. But the nucleus of my collection is the bowl of 1960s photographic slides that sits in the middle of the coffee table, a mass of red and white cards with dark, enigmatic centres.
When new acquaintances visit my apartment and discover that the faces aren’t those of people I love or even people I know, they look a little quizzical, sometimes slightly disturbed, as though there were a slight perversion in peeping in on others’ lost private lives. Perhaps there is.
Nevertheless, visitors usually feel compelled to dip their hand into the bowl of black, red and white candies and select one or two, sometimes at random and sometimes carefully, as if pondering the perfect flavour. They take the four steps over to the long balcony windows and hold their selection up to the light, squinting their eyes at the unknown but smiling faces that peer back at them against a saturated green suburban lawn, a swimming pool glittering once again, or a florid floral sofa. People enjoy the sense of mystery, that short pause between selection and illumination when they wonder who or what it is that they hold in their hand. I like to think that the slides and their occupants enjoy it too, that the occasional handling and exposure to light makes them feel alive and useful once more. After all, they were made to be looked at, to illicit memory, not to lie in anonymity in an antiques store. Perhaps one day I’ll buy a slide carousel and invite some friends around to meet my photo family.
- Lucy Watson
Sofa ‘Scroll’ is made for comfortable work or rest outside.
Round shape of the sofa fixed on the ropes connected to the tree or to the beam of the veranda. Because of such shape sofa rotates in the loop, that let person to change the angle of the seat.
It also has a table that could be used for reading books, working with computer or writing.
There is a leg support.
Sofa has a roof and size parts that protect person from the sun, wind, rain, different insects and from leaves falling from the trees.
Roof and side part could be folded because each part of it slide one after another.
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