Atlanta designer Heather Hogan Roberts took objects and decor that the homeowner owned to stay under her $500 budget for a living room makeover. She bought new curtains, a rug, and small furniture such as side tables and a woven stool used as an ottoman. Roberts, who owns Ivy & Vine, reworked and styled the existing accessories and furniture, which is a low-cost alternative to always buying new items to give a room a designer look.
The organic shape of the floral arrangement is a refreshing departure from the neatly styled coffee table. The Greek key pattern of the carpet is mimicked in the graphic shape of the coffee table legs.
Metal bodied and trimmed in leather, this steamer trunk inspired coffee table brings an industrial touch to this living room. Decorated with terrariums, a tray, and an antique box, the table serves as display as much as function.
Trunk-style coffee tables are not only stylish, but provide practical storage for toys, extra throws and pillows, a movie collection and anything that needs to be stored for a busy family. This rustic trunk-style coffee table is an easy build, but the result will have your friends thinking you're a pro woodworker!
Traditional paneling and transitional furnishings create an elegant atmosphere in this living room. An industrial-style coffee table makes an unexpected statement, adding a touch of roughness to the clean, sophisticated room.
Wood shelves compliment the natural wood look of the coffee table centered in this living room. White woven chairs and a long, rectangular fireplace face into the table over a textured rug. A floor cushion, floor lamp and decorative plate catch the light and add metallic accents throughout the room.
The den features a custom velvet sofa set against a wall of graphic orange and gray wallpaper. A large, white coffee table, Moroccan-style area rug and vintage silver side tables complement the overall look.
The open-plan, two-story living room centers on a large L-shaped sectional in bright white, hugging an immense metallic coffee table. Loft-style second floor space overlooks the room with seamless glass walls for safety and clear visual space.
Atlanta designer Alice Cramer says to clear the clutter off of your coffee table and use varying heights to make the surface a showpiece. She styled this tree trunk coffee table with a taller potted plant and a small stack of coffee table books.