With neutral walls and soft, natural wood finishes, the tangerine fabric of an Arne Jacobsen swan chair pops in this modern, Mid-Century-inspired living room. Orange pillows carry the chair's fun color onto the neutral sofas. The extra-tall swing arm lamp and low-profile coffee table with exaggerated casters add quiet pops of whimsy.
Short on storage? Try this DIY shelf hack. We turned two wall shelves into a mobile coffee table by adding two sets of casters and mending plates. It can hold makeup, games, craft supplies and more! And when you need more space, you can simply roll it under the bed.
The man in this time lapse photo demonstrates the open-air design of this living room. A large glass wall opens to a covered patio. A light strip stretches across the ceiling, casting a warm glow over the white sofa, orange leather armchair and glass coffee table.
Designer Sabrina Soto makes this living room over with a reclaimed lumber coffee table that features small casters underneath, adding an industrial feel to this beach-inspired living room as seen on HGTV's High/Low Project.
An oversized brown leather sofa is the perfect spot to relax and watch a movie on the big-screen TV. A sleek entertainment center provides much-needed storage, while a wooden coffee table is made more functional with moveable casters.
When buying furniture for a dorm room or other small living space, choose pieces that are multifunctional. A futon is the perfect example; by day it can be used as a sofa, but by night it can instantly turn into a full bed. Here, white tables on casters are used as an entertainment center and a mobile coffee table and the cubed bookcase not only stores books and kitchen essentials, but serves as a room divider, too. Photo courtesy of IKEA