Minimalist look feels peaceful and uncluttered, ideal for people who yearn for serenity within their living space. A low glass coffee table is ideal for a simplistic living room. Glass catches so much daylight, but if there is silver in the mix as well, you‘ve got the best combo! This coffee table has the potential to be the most luminous element in the entire room. As you well know, the geometric shapes are becoming a must-have item in contemporary living spaces. A great way to bring them into your room is to find a striking centerpiece that draws all the attention to itself! A geometric glass coffee table will surely pass this criteria and add a lot of dynamic and transparency to the room.
But it is not just about color alone when it comes to upholstered coffee tables, and you can use these plush delights to add some visual contrast and pattern to the monotonous, contemporary living room. A fabric draped in a paisley pattern, simple stripes or even colorful, eccentric patterns can create a smart coffee table that becomes the room’s charming focal point. Of course, in the case of the upholstered coffee table, you will need a sturdy tray to place your drinks on, along with a vase or two. By simply doing away with the tray and the other decorations, you can turn that tufted cocktail ottoman back into an additional seating option at any time with ease.
While darker wood tones bring an air of urbane class to modern living rooms, live-edge coffee tables in lighter tones add a breezy, organic vibe that is simply unmatched. These gorgeous coffee tables can also be used in the light-filled family room and relaxing sunroom with ease, and coupled with a neutral color scheme and matching décor in natural fiber and wood, they look simply outstanding. Giving your serene living room a stylish focal point, the live-edge coffee table here anchors the space and gives it a trendy upgrade.
For an artistic take on stone furnishings, feast your eyes on the Paul Kingma coffee table from 1stdibs dealer Pavilion Antiques. With materials like ivory white stone, mosaic copper, brass and collected river stones, this retro piece from 1986 is a true work of art (and signed by Dutch artist Paul Kingma). There‘s nothing like a shiny slab of stone on a wooden base! That‘s why this Stone International Cocktail Table with Wenge Base from Wasser‘s Exclusive Furniture and Interiors is so alluring. Another reason? The table features either silver or gold crystals worked into the surface.
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