14 Awesome Style a Coffee Table For Beautiful Living Room Design

You don’t need expensive artwork to make your coffee table look elegant and chic. Simple flower vases or moss topiaries add instant color and style pop and are easily changed with the seasons. Create a personal design statement by displaying some of your favorite books, or shells from your last family vacation. With a little planning, you can turn a messy tabletop into a design feature to be proud of.

Living Room Coffee Table
Living Room Coffee Table

Your coffee table is the anchor of your living room, making a design statement and functioning as a visual focal point. This is also one of the messiest surfaces in your home. Remote control, magazines, knick-knacks, e-mail … if it’s in your hands when you sit on the couch, that possibility ends at the coffee table, and “mess” is a design statement that nobody wants to make.

Simplified shelf

Refresh your storage by taking a jacket from an old book (fit on the sales page) to expose the stitches or cover your collection with coordination paper.

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Living Room Coffee Table 2
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Living Room Coffee Table 1

Dense Leaves

Fill in the angle or angle that is underutilized with a large houseplant, ol ‘and that can immediately become the personality-room focal point. Slip the pot in a cute basket for extra punch.

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Dense Leaves Coffee Table 5
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Dense Leaves Coffee Table 4

Consider Glass-Topped Tables

When you aim to display a large number of accessories, a coffee table with a glass top can provide balance. This doesn’t take up a lot of visual space like all-wood designs, for example, and stay focused on your appearance.

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Consider Glass Topped Tables 8
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Consider Glass Topped Tables 7

Sentimental Coffer Table

Whether it’s family heirlooms or ceramics that you have kept for years, combining sentimental elements into your coffee table decor adds a special touch. Plus, this is the perfect conversation starter, which is needed for every interior.

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Sentimental Coffer Table 11
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Sentimental Coffer Table 10

Soothing palette

Let the vibrations flow from room to room with the other smart paint tip. “I often paint one-color houses all over,” said Susana Simonpietri, interior designer and co-founder of Chango & Co. “Or, I will try soft colors in a room that gets the most natural light, then work through the rest of the house with deep shades of blue and gray.”

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Soothing palette 14
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Soothing palette 13

Minimalist When Heavy Furniture

The custom sofa, in JAB Anstoetz fabric, is by Dune, a 1950s chair (left) in Dedar’s fabric, and a custom armchair covered in Arabel fabric; French colored orange-and-shagreen lacquer boards in France, Murano glass table lamps of the 1950s were by Seguso, 1955 by FontanaArte chandelier, special carpets by Beauvais, and Venetian plaster walls in Benjamin Moore’s Stonington Gray.

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Minimalist When Heavy Furniture 17
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Create Level Coffee Tables

The three-level coffee table sets the stage for drama in this Chicago living room. The custom sofa, in JAB Anstoetz fabric, is by Dune, a 1950s chair (left) in Dedar’s fabric, and a custom armchair covered in Arabel fabric; French colored orange-and-shagreen lacquer boards in France, Murano glass table lamps of the 1950s were by Seguso, 1955 by FontanaArte chandelier, special carpets by Beauvais, and Venetian plaster walls in Benjamin Moore’s Stonington Gray.

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Create Level Coffee Tables 20
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Create Level Coffee Tables 19