A sleek glass-top coffee table adds contemporary flair to this traditional space. Table-top topiary, books and a mirrored table set provide a counterpoint to furniture in this transitional living room.
This open contemporary great room sitting area features a glass-top cofee table with river-rock base, a neutral woven area rug and a white shiplap ceiling with recessed lighting. The space also includes a sofa with contemporary lamp and end table.
A glass-top coffee table sits over a textured area rug, filling the space in this spacious living room. Light neutral tones keep the room looking light, heightened by the natural light from the window. Plush pillows pad the sofas for a soft and inviting finish.
Long, sheer curtains allow natural light to flow in from the two story windows into this stylish contemporary living room. A patterned armchair, neutral leather chair and neutral sofa with faux fur throw create a mix of cozy seating. A row of grated stools add an asian style detail to the design. The seating circles around a wood based coffee table with square glass tabletop.
The glass-top coffee table is set over cubic wooden legs for an artistic, modern look. A faded gray rug, neutral furniture and white brick walls keep the space light and neutral. Cotton stems and greenery add beautiful texture to decorate the room and add a pop of natural color.
A glass-top coffee table with a white metal base keeps this living space feeling open and bright thanks to its minimalist, airy design. Hot-pink seat cushions and Kelly-green throw pillows pop in the mostly white space. A gray-and-white-striped rug defines the living room and adds warmth to the tile floors.
An easy way to show off colorful dining chairs is to pair them with a glass-top table. Here, a midcentury modern chrome and glass table is encircled by retro diner chairs in a playful lattice-inspired design. In this dining room makeover, designer Ashley DeLapp's initial plan was to use a banquette with a long oval table for dining room seating, but she realized it wasn’t the best solution since it wouldn’t allow room for a storage piece. The designer instead chose the Platner table because it was round –– allowing for an easier flow in the small space –– and fitting for the midcentury-modern theme.
A simple glass coffee table serves as a muted backdrop for this living room's bold prints like its black and white striped sofa. Accents like books, freshly cut flowers and candlesticks add to a room's character.