A collection of weathered flowerpots in different shapes and sizes makes a charming centerpiece on this wood cabinet. Together with the reclaimed wood coffee table, they soften the more tailored lines of the nearby armchairs.
College and coffee go together like bacon and eggs. Dress up a pair of inexpensive mugs with a fun permanent marker design, and keep coffee-making essentials on hand. If your dorm rules don't allow hot plate-style coffee pots, bring a French press or pod-style coffee maker. Glass jars are the perfect storage containers for beans and sugar.
Store cookbooks, dishes, and coffee pots in this amazing built-in kitchen cabinet from HGTV Smart Home 2014 — and that's only the beginning! The paper-towel drawer holds three rolls, one on display and two tucked away, making changing out the empty roll easy and convenient.
Raising the bottom height of one wall cabinet by six inches allows homeowners to fill the coffee pot each morning without moving it. Glass doors on the Mission-style cabinets make it easy for cooks to quickly find dishes, while roll out trays in the pantry allow for quick access.
Warm brown cabinets and hardwood floors contrast against the sleek white countertops in this rustic, contemporary kitchen. Glass tiles in taupes, browns and grays create a stunning backsplash behind the pro-quality stove and range hood. To keep the countertops clean, an appliance garage tucks the toaster and coffee pot away.
Dress up your coffee table with greens, such as Boston fern, and accessories. Since ferns love moist soil, using organic clay pots lined with pea gravel gives you the option to lift the plant and water for easy care, says Karin Jeffcoat, owner of Cote Designs, a floral and event studio in Aiken, S.C.
Rich jewel tones of red, blue and green add color and depth against a predominantly white and gray backdrop in this eclectic living room. The open shelving and multiple tables allow the owners' collection of beautiful ceramic pots to be always on display.
The home has the ultimate dream kitchen with a 6-burner Wolf gas range and pot filler, double Wolf ovens plus convection/micro oven, built-in steamer, coffee systems, double Sub-Zero fridges with four freezer drawers and multiple warming and cooling drawers.
The rule of threes can be helpful, especially if you have a coffee table with an interesting shape. Jonathan Savage, owner of Savage Interior Design in Nashville, Tenn., used a sculptural pot with green succulents, a vintage ashtray and a stack of books to balance out the top of the table. For an extra touch, open the book to a favorite page.
A pair of round coffee tables with durable concrete tops over an open metal frame are a play on the round shape of the globe chandelier above. The tables allow good traffic flow in and out of the seating area and offer a place to rest a drink, display books and hold a ceramic white pot with fern.