Your coffee table is the main point of your living room, makes a design statement and serves as a visual focal point. This is also one of the most messy surfaces in your home and of course in the living room. If it’s in your hand when you sit on the sofa, it’s likely to end up on a coffee table, and a “mess” is a design statement no one wants to make. One simple medicine? Design with your lifestyle in mind. If you know, you tend to collect catalogs on your coffee table, putting baskets underneath to keep the items contained and invisible. Add trays to display decorative items and make it easier to tidy up, if it’s not in the tray, save it!
You don’t need expensive artwork to make your coffee table look elegant and elegant. A simple flower vase or moss topiary adds color and instant pop style and is easy to change 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 that cluttered desk into a design feature you can be proud of. Let’s look briefly at some of the coffee table designs below for you to try.
Modern Minimalist Flower and Candle Display in Shades of Grey
A wonderful blend of industrial and natural elements come together making this space really unique. The coffee tables themselves are set on black geometric wireframes with thick, heavy tops that create stability. White modernist candlesticks are arranged on the smaller table, while the larger tables hold larger items including a large jug vase, an antler, and a wire-wrapped candleholder.
Double Decker Display of Geometric Art and Natural Accents
When your overall palette is neutral, you can use your coffee table as a frame to add in color. In this case, the table itself is consistent with the warm neutrals throughout the room. The woven basket keeps the various elements nicely clustered together. Everything adds up to the simple greenery really standing out.
Upcycled Wire Spool Table with Antique Tray Display
With darker neutrals like the warm chocolate color of this couch, soft contrasts like light pink or turquoise are a nice alternative to brighter colors. This unfinished wood coffee table has an antique wooden tray that holds a collection of worn books, photos, candle pedestals with floral accents, and a turquoise glass jug with a delicate branch of pink flowers.
How? Do you want to try creating a coffee table idea above to enhance the decoration of your living room? Hopefully, this article can help you in designing a classy living room that is comfortable for you.