The living room has to be designed perfectly and carefully since it plays a big part in creating a lasting first impression. In modern design, a coffee table is often chosen to hold many ornaments. The low table is not something to be taken for granted, since these coffee table ideas can turn into a focal point in the living room.
A table is a place for you to be creative, arranging many things that can act as decorative elements with the likes of flowers, books, and ornaments. Check out how to enhance the look of your living room with this following coffee table ideas.
Modern and chic, the acrylic coffee table steals the attention among the full-colored furniture and walls. In fact, it creates balance with the heavily upholstered sofas that are placed on both sides. Ornaments on the table are kept minimal to make its feature stands out. Also, note how the matching color scheme helps the table looking even more prominent.
While this living room takes dusty green as its main theme, the antique chest coffee table in the center of it steals the attention. The carpeted floor and sofas bring back a heavy old feeling that makes you feel like visiting your grandma’s house. A perfect match for the sofa, its vintage appearance makes a statement to the design.
A living room can never look chicer than this one. Using a quirky, asymmetrical coffee table with glass top feature, it also provides more space to store your stuff. Utilize it by displaying some of your collection, which will look too much on the tabletop.
A coffee table is not always the one with a minimalist shape and thin legs. This unusual cage-shaped coffee table makes a focal point in the room. While it stands out alone among the pastel colors, try not to put too many things on the top so that its shape looks more visible.
To complete the look of this elegant living room with an array of cushioned sofas, the four-legged clear glass coffee table wraps the design up perfectly. It’s highlighting the patterned rug below and channels the glass chandelier above, making both the center of attention in the room.
Making a coffee table stands out doesn’t mean you have to literally make it so. Following the designated theme also helps to be one, like being the glossy one among the full-patterned room. Against the floral sofa and patterned rug, this sleek and wooden, drop leaf coffee table knows how to steal the spotlight.
If you want to make the coffee table a focal point in a room already full of patterns, ornaments, and wall arts, opt for a minimalist one. This rounded coffee table has a simple design with a glass top and thin round legs to support it. With minimal ornament, the table gives elegance vibe to the room.
The pair of coffee tables appear in a futuristic design and deep purple shade. Both tables add a unique touch to the eclectic living room that has two primary color tones: electric blue and magenta. The glossy white part boasts the modern touch to the overall design.
If you want a larger coffee table, then go for it. It doesn’t always have to be simple and minimalist, though. This coffee table with a deep blue tone cover matches perfectly with the gray sofas and wooden flooring. Meanwhile, a fireplace situated right next to it provides warmth to the cozy living room.
Another way of going a little different is by using a leather coffee table with natural dark brown color. Add layer to the coffee table by covering it with a tablecloth. Pick a colored tablecloth to create an interesting color mix.
Don’t let the coffee table be alone in the room. Match the pattern with the pillowcase, in a refreshing color of the aqua blue top. Choose what ornaments to be put on top carefully, so it will not overshadow the table itself.
A mirrored coffee table can introduce an elegant and luxury touch to your living room. This elegant rectangular table stands at the very center of the room, reflecting the surrounding items. Don’t disturb the view by displaying minimal ornaments on top of it.
Framed in front of the large floor-to-ceiling window, this ornate coffee table really is a good addition to the French Country-style living room. Instead of using light colors like the rest, it has a rather dark wooden shade instead. The accent chairs with assorted pillows and patterned rug on the floor create a strong French Country vibe to this lovely living room.
The right outline is a big part of creating a well-designed room. While the glass top coffee table is not unusual, choose the right shape to that balance the rest of the furniture. Just like this oval-shaped coffee table with golden frame, it balances the rounded dining table on the far corner.
Not just one, but the four blocks of marble coffee tables in different sizes add character to this living room. They indeed look luxurious, but they also make a perfect statement in a room where it’s already full of colors and patterns. You can put whatever you want on it, but keeping it minimal is better to highlight the feature more.
In this minimalist and cozy living room, the portable coffee table with heavy industrial influence steals the spotlight. But as it has similar wooden material like many of the furniture in there, it doesn’t look like it comes from the other world. As you can see, mixing two themes in one room is worth to try to make an appealing design.
Here is another theme-mixing idea worth to try. Standing in the center of the sectional and armless sofa is the quirky-shaped wooden coffee table with polished finishing. Without the need of ornaments to complete it, it serves as a natural touch to the modern living room.
It’s okay to have twin coffee tables as long as you have a spacious room to work with. Not only it fills the vacant corner, but it also gives you more space to display your things. The lower storage shelf also provides another place to store stuff in.
In this bright living room, the twin glass top coffee tables know how to make themselves easily spotted with their diamond-shaped metal legs that make it unique. Standing close to the table, a pair of garden stools complete the eclectic design. With glass windows and doors surrounding the room, this airy living room really is a perfect place to spend your free time together with your family.
The upholstered sofas have a good company: two-layered coffee tables in black and white top. With its asymmetrical triangle appearance, they only hold one single succulent on top, making them look more attractive. The colors also go well with the neutral tone of the room.
Dominated by natural elements and greenery, the room is undoubtedly a Scandinavian. The rounded and unique rattan coffee table in the middle breathes a heavy, yet unique nature vibe into the room gives the design a little bit of refreshment.
This long wooden coffee table with a thin leg will look very ordinary and overwhelmed by the greenery on top of it if it’s not for the small stool being slid under it. The stool can provide additional seating or serve as an extra storage surface. See? Even the smallest thing can make a huge difference.