Kitchen Product Range

The kitchen is the heart of your home and we at Rearo offer a superb range of stylish kitchen solutions to create the perfect look and feel for your lifestyle and space. From splashbacks and worktops to upstands and islands or breakfast bars, we’ll help make your kitchen both beautiful and practical. Offering both quality laminate and solid surface options, we’ve got the right one for you, whether you’re on a budget or looking for the ultimate in luxury. And our top quality, water-resistant, click vinyl flooring solutions will give a functional but sophisticated finish for the hub of your home.

 Laminate Kitchen Worktops


In a range of modern shades, our laminate worktop offering compliments both modern and traditional Kitchen spaces. Browse our range of accessories and installation aids, including matching colour fills.


Breakfast bars are the fitting of choice in any modern kitchen space. The range matches perfectly with our laminate worktop offering.

Understated, our matching upstands create a design focus in any kitchen space and allow for contrast

Kitchen Upstands

Kitchen Flooring
Clixeal offers a hard-wearing click vinyl flooring solution. It is a perfect alternative to solid flooring due to its water resistance and antibacterial coating, making it the ideal solution for your kitchen.

Kitchen Flooring

Create an impact with the use of a simultaneous décor throughout your kitchen with the help of a splashback. Complementary to our other kitchen surface ranges

Laminate Click Tile Flooring

How to Match a Coffee Table to Your Sectional?

There’s a lot to love about sectional sofas. They’re a great alternative to the more traditional sofa and loveseat combination while providing just as much, if not more, seating. Plus, they’re hands down super snuggly.

However, when a sectional is not paired with the right coffee table, the result can be off-putting and have a major effect on the overall look and feel of your room. Here are our best tips for matching a coffee table to your sectional.


To make your space feel balanced, choose a coffee table that feels proportionate to the size and scale of your sectional. Height, width and visual weight are all important factors to consider. Think about it: an oversized coffee table just feels right parked in front of a large, overstuffed sectional — and it’s big enough to accommodate all who sit at your sectional. Conversely, a modern, clean-lined sectional pairs well with a slimmer coffee table, such as one with a metal base or an acrylic style.


Matching a coffee table to your sectional sofa

For L-shaped sectionals, make sure your coffee table doesn’t extend beyond the arm of your sofa on either end. If one of the sides juts out past the sofa, it can make the room feel imbalanced and block the flow of traffic. To that end, if you’ve got a loveseat-sofa combination, try a rectangular sized table, where the shallow width is proportionate to the loveseat side of your sectional.

Matching a coffee table to your sectional sofa

If both sides of your sectional are the same length, opt for a large square table that’s more likely to fit within the space and is easily accessible to everyone seated.

Matching a coffee table to your sectional sofa

Round coffee tables are a great option for sectionals, especially U-shaped sectionals. Their circular shape creates space in tight quarters and is easier to navigate around, especially when surrounded by seating. Their lack of sharp corners makes them a good choice for families with young kids, too. And as far as good design goes, it’s nice to create a little juxtaposition of shapes between the furniture in your living room space.   

Matching a coffee table to your sectional sofa

Alternatively, a large ottoman or two small upholstered ottomans bunched together can pull double duty as a table and extra seating. Just add a tray to corral the usual coffee table odds and ends and for holding drinks. A great family-room option, the comfort factor is high: the upholstered furniture adds softness and it gives you a place to kick your feet up. But you do want to break up all that fabric with contrasting color. For example, if your sectional is upholstered in a light fabric, go darker with your ottoman. Or, choose a fun color or pretty pattern that will draw guests in.

Matching a coffee table to your sectional sofa

So before you buy a coffee table for your sectional, assess your space and even take a few measurements. As long as you keep our tips in mind and buy what you love, you’ll be happy with your new furniture arrangement.

Don't Make This Living Room Coffee Table Mistake

Choosing a coffee table for your living room seems like an easy enough task when you first think about it. You walk into a store you like, pick your favorite piece, and go home with it (or have it delivered), but upon further reflection, there are many more decisions in picking the right coffee table than meets the eye.


First, it needs to be the right size—both heightwise and in terms of length and width. It needs to be the right scale and proportion to the space and needs to work with all your existing furniture. The material needs to fit with your lifestyle and work well in the room. It even needs to suit the needs of your family, whether this means that it has to be kid-friendly or have enough storage for TV remotes and other miscellaneous items

 Only after you've answered all these questions can you really begin finding the perfect coffee table for you and your space. So how do you choose a coffee table from start to finish? We outlined five rules to follow before committing to a coffee table you'll love.
 Be Mindful of the Height

There's nothing more awkward than a coffee table that's too high or too low. To ensure you feel comfortable in your living space, opt for a coffee table that's the same height as the cushions on your sofa or one to two inches lower. Any more and you risk the space looking and feeling just a little off.

Pay Attention to the Proportions

Similarly to finding a coffee table that has the right height, you should look for one that has the right length in relation to the width of your sofa. Specifically, your coffee table should be approximately two-thirds the length of your sofa. So for a 96-inch sofa, for instance, you should look for a coffee table that's 64 inches long.

  Know Your Clearance Rules

After you've figured out the height and length you're looking for, it's time to choose the ideal shape of your coffee table. Often, choosing between a square, rectangle, round, or oval coffee table boils down to the length and clearance required around it. Traditionally, your coffee table should be 12 to 18 inches away from your sofa—any more or less than that will feel uncomfortably close or far. Between your coffee table and your TV stand or fireplace, you should calculate at least 24 inches to 30 inches to leave enough room for circulating around the space. 


To find your ideal coffee table width, measure the length between your sofa and TV stand and subtract 42 inches.


Strike the Right Balance


Another handy rule to follow when choosing a coffee table is its "weightiness." In other words, it should complement the other furniture in the room to make the space feel proportional and balanced. What does this all mean? If your sofa has high skinny legs, consider a table that's solid all the way to the ground or has shorter chunkier legs. On the other hand, if your sofa has no visible legs, choose a coffee table that has higher skinnier legs. An interior designer once told me that when a room feels too "leggy," it doesn't feel as grounded—and it's something that's never left me.

 Consider Your Own Needs


Of course, when choosing the right coffee table for you or your family, you should consider your lifestyle. Do you need a piece with a lot of storage? Consider a storage piece. Are you one to play board games in the living room constantly? Make sure it's a comfortable piece to gather around. Do you have a tendency to put your feet up on the coffee table when watching TV? Maybe an ottoman is a better option for you.


As for coffee tables that are kid-friendly, opt for a piece that has no sharp edges and isn't made of glass. There are enough horror stories of kids breaking glass tops to know it's NOT a good idea. 

Choose Your Materials Carefully


Lastly, before shopping for your perfect coffee table, pick a few materials that would work well with your lifestyle and your space. Don't just default to wood—there are so many options out there. Now that glass is out of the question for families with small children, think of other options that could work well for your lifestyle. If you have a small space, a lucite coffee table could be a good option to not visually clutter the room. If you have hardwood floors in a mid-tone color, try staying away from wood—and pick something complementary like marble or travertine. Think of whether you'd rather be able to move the piece easily or if you'd rather have it anchor the space permanently. These are all questions that can help you choose the perfect coffee table.