The simplicity and symmetry of a circular dining table never disappoints. Additionally, a table of this shape often allows more space for dishes, glasses and yummy food towards the center. The substantial dining chairs are both stable and comfortable — perfect for a long meal with family or friends.
With vaulted ceilings, large windows and white walls that reflect all the natural light, this living room feels spacious and inviting. The furniture was selected to scale; a long sofa and two armchairs provide plenty of seating, while an oversized coffee table anchors the setting.
A gray sofa and sleek armchairs flank a round black coffee table, creating a cozy sitting area. A shelf under the coffee table provides additional storage for magazines and books. Illuminated by two matching black lamps, a gallery wall adds visual interest.
This coastal living room's decor takes on a breezy vibe with its soft neutral tones and earthy materials, like those seen in the rattan armchairs. A reclaimed wood coffee table sits at the center of the room, while a small round white table showcases a vase of purple flowers.
The rosette pattern gives this hand-carved coffee table so much visual texture that you don't need to over-accessorize the top, which can save money. Terracotta Design Build used a natural element - antlers - on top of one coffee table book. The new mango wood coffee table cost less than $350.
Continuing the coastal color palette from the kitchen to this sitting space, designers chose a navy sofa and periwinkle accessories to create a sitting space that is comfortable and durable enough for homework and hanging out.