Yaheetech Lift Top Coffee Table With Hidden Storage Compartment

Last updated date: March 22, 2020

DWYM Score
9.2


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Overall Take

In our analysis of 31 expert reviews, the Yaheetech Yaheetech Hidden Storage Lift Top Coffee Table placed 6th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note March 27, 2020:
Checkout The Best Coffee Table For Living Rooms for a detailed review of all the top coffee tables for living rooms.

Expert Summarized Score
10.0
3 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
8.8
429 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
The effortless and noiseless mechanism in this table makes it a top-rated choice with an adjustable and liftable top. Whether you want to use the movable top for storage only or to also create a workspace in seconds, there’s a lot of function in this analog mainstay furniture piece.
- Daily Beast
The lift-top-model features more storage shelves beside the covered space below the top & bottom counter for one’s magazines & other specialties. Customers like this top-rated-product for its capacity in that; it is easy to join; requiring only little joining, features a fashionable finish and it is very affordable.
- All Top Ten Reviews
Yaheetech Lift Top Coffee Table lets you easily and quickly adjust its height. So you can use this table both as a traditional coffee table or as a laptop workstation. Moreover, this table has inside storage space.
- Vurni
What experts didn't like
Have only one color.
- All Top Ten Reviews

From The Manufacturer

If you plan to get a coffee table but concern about the size of your room, then this lift top coffee table might be your best solution. It is a beautiful and practical table that is designed with a lift top, which can be easily adjusted to a suitable and comfortable height to use a laptop, write or dine while relaxing on the couch. This high quality coffee table is made selected materials and built in solid structure which can easily hold 121 lb in total, strong and sturdy enough for your daily use. Specifications Material: P2 Certified MDF & Solid Wood Legs & Metal Mechanism Dimension: 41.1 x 19.3 x (19.2-24.6)’’ (LxWxH) Compartment Inner Size: 35.7 x 14.7 x 4.7’’ (LxWxD) Single Bottom Shelf Size: 11.5 x 15.6 x 9.8’’ (WxDxH) Max. Load Capacity: Total:121 lb, Tabletop (when extended): 22 lb, Top Compartment: 44 lb Bottom Shelves:35 lb Sturdy Metal Lift-up Mechanism Ensuring safe and smooth operating Water-resistant Coated Surface Smooth to the touch and easy to cleaneasy-to-clean Spacious Storage Space A hidden compartment is designed to store your often-used items like magazines, laptop, chess, remotes Sturdy legs Solid wood table legs for added stability

Overall Product Rankings

1. Convenience Concepts Oxford Coffee Table
Overall Score: 9.7
Expert Reviews: 3
2. VASAGLE Industrial Coffee Table With Storage Shelf
Overall Score: 9.6
Expert Reviews: 2
4. Household Essentials Ashwood Round Coffee Table
Overall Score: 9.3
Expert Reviews: 3
5. Sauder North Avenue Coffee Table
Overall Score: 9.2
Expert Reviews: 2
7. GreenForest Industrial Round Coffee Table With Shelf
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 4
8. Ameriwood Home Carver Coffee Table
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 3
10. FurniChoi Rustic Farmhouse Coffee Table With Shelf
Overall Score: 8.8
Expert Reviews: 3

An Overview On Coffee Tables For Living Rooms

The television might be the focus of the family in most living rooms, but don’t underestimate the impact of a solid, well-chosen coffee table. It draws the eye of new guests, provides a space for boardgames, and is a resting place for our remote controls, books — and sometimes an actual coffee cup or two.

The shape, size and construction of a coffee table can vary wildly, but its function is almost always the same. It’s that low table that traditionally sits between the sofa and the TV stand, but you might also find a coffee table complementing the benches on roomier patios, backyards or anyplace where families gather.

As such, the type of coffee table you choose is going to have a lot to do with what kind of seating arrangement you have. You’ll want to fit the shape of your table to the general shape of your sofa. Rectangular coffee tables tend to be popular because they complement the wide, long sofas that are equally common in most living rooms. Got a tight, L-shaped sectional? Consider a square table to fit snugly into the primary corner. Do you have a loveseat / sofa / chair combo? A circular table tends to pull those elements together. As a general rule of thumb, your coffee table should be about 2/3 the length of your primary sofa.

Table shape is a particular consideration for new parents. Those with a baby just learning to walk should stay away from coffee tables with sharp corners (or consider covering them up with baby “bumpers,” available at most children’s stores). They’ll also want to avoid tables with glass tops, for obvious reasons.

A practical word about height, as well: Coffee tables should almost always be just below the level of the cushions. In other words, perfect for reaching over and grabbing a drink.

Materials matter, too, and not just because they determine how long your coffee table will last. Glass-topped tables are great for showing off an especially pretty rug or complementing a plush, stuffed sofa. Bulkier wood tables do well in open, well-lighted spaces, and weathered wood is especially good at hiding scratches or other wear and tear.

Finally, make sure you consider how you use that living space. Will you need a table with a shelf underneath for extra storage, or will you want recessed legs so that you can stretch your legs out? When it comes to this unsung hero of the living room, make sure you choose for practicality above all.

DYWM Fun Fact

You’d have to go back to the Victorian era to find the first official designation of “coffee table” applied to a piece of furniture. It bore little resemblance to the long, low tables we think of today, though. We really have television to thank for the commonplace nature of the modern coffee table, which exploded in popularity in the 1950’s. That’s largely thanks to homeowners who needed living room furniture that wouldn’t block their view of “I Love Lucy.”

The Coffee Table For Living Rooms Buying Guide

When you’re setting up your coffee table, make sure you leave the proper amount of room. Body type matters here, but in general you’ll want around 18 inches between the edge of your sofa and the coffee table — in other words, just enough space to reach out and grab a drink from the reclining position.