Mirrored coffee tables edged in glamorous gold center this eclectic living room. The stacking tables provide extra surface space when entertaining. A contemporary gray sofa is decorating with throw pillows in a mix of patterns.
Upon entry, you are welcomed into this lovely living room with a view of a private outdoor yard. A coral side table is situated between two light blue armchairs, adding an ocean-inspired touch to the space. An intricate, lattice-edged coffee table centers the room.
Upon entry, you are welcomed into this lovely living room with a view of a private outdoor yard. Blue accents offer an ocean-inspired touch, and a beautiful lattice-edged coffee table centers the space.
A glass-topped console table sits at the edge of this living room's sitting area. The room is filled with color with the dark sofa, white ceiling beams, orange armchairs and two-story orange silk drapes.
This white, loft living room pulls in natural elements as well as modern elements to create the perfect contemporary space. The white sofa, dresser and bookshelf bring in modern elements to support the clean, bright design, while a live edge wood coffee table and woven ottoman add warmth and color to the space. These details blend to create a comfortable, contemporary space.
In the living room of this Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna created a masculine, rustic design for the family to enjoy. A dark leather sofa and rawhide chairs provide seating in the space, while a metal and glass coffee table provides a bit of modern flair to the space. A live edge mantel piece mounted on a stone fireplace complements the rustic design, while a log end table and vintage sepia photograph help to complete the space.
This custom-designed coffee table can double as an ottoman thanks to the padding lining the outer edge. The functional piece anchors this transitional living room space, which also includes two plaid sofas and architectural touches like exposed ceiling beams and columns.
To create this unique space, designers combined a Mid-Century Modern style with aspects of the ranch style home. Modern chairs add plenty of comfortable seating, and sport muted colors to complement the rustic, live edge, large grain wood table that gets a touch of glamor from its gold legs, creating a rough, yet elegant feel in the space.
This living room design features white walls, a white coffered ceiling and a long white sectional for a bright look. Gorgeous bright blue hues shine to accent and decorate the walls and furniture. A rich wood coffee table and end table pop against the white rug and compliment the hardwood floor visible on the outer edges of the room.
Designers Lance Jackson and David Ecton with Parker Kennedy Living took the homeowner's existing coffee table, but to get this look, you can take a coffee table that you own or find a rectangle-shaped table at a yard sale or consignment shop, then just repaint the outer edge in gold. They added new accessories, such as these heavy leaded glass candleholders.
A row of stools line one edge of the glass coffee table adding an Asian style influence to this contemporary living room. The glass tabletop and polished stone fireplace surround create a beautiful reflective quality throughout the room. Built in shelving adds a warm, wood hue to the cool color scheme.
Everyone loves an eat-in kitchen! This one is nice and bright, featuring a traditional, homey kitchen table -- perfect for lively breakfasts with the whole family. Formal shell chandeliers give an interesting edge to the space, which also features plants galore, easy-to-clean tile floors and a versatile area rug.
Coffee tables can make a huge impact on the look and functionality of a living room. With their lack of sharp edges, round coffee tables or ottomans are great for living rooms used by children; however, they can result in wasted space when placed next to square or rectangular sofas and chairs. To outfit a seating area with plenty of useable tabletop surface (or multipurpose occasional seating), consider grouping two or three round coffee tables or ottomans together.
A huge window frames in part of the city skyline, adding it to the art on display in this apartment living room. The smooth, rounded edges of the lovely side tables bring a softening touch to the space.
The rustic living room of this Wyoming family retreat is oriented to take maximum advantage of the stunning, sweeping view. A raw-edge coffee table mixes with clean-lined furnishings to give the home a modern vibe despite its rustic locale. Meanwhile, a tall stone fireplace and beamed ceiling tie in with the log cabin architecture. The house was designed as a cabin retreat for the owners and their siblings and extended families, and it offers both public and private spaces for relaxation. The home is packed with space but has a cozy cabin feel.
Once inside the man-cave, the cool angles and architectural features clearly identifies it as a former attic space. The room is accessorized with black and white images of career milestones and nostalgic art that references the homeowner's home town. There are two seating areas, a game table, a live edge counter with four barstools and of course a massive television. This room meets the needs of whatever type of guests our homeowner is hosting. There are four large club chairs for casual business meetings, a comfy sofa for lounging, or we can fill every seat for a big sporting event. Every element in this room has a purpose, but we still managed to inject good design principals into finishes, the space plan and overall mood to ensure a great result.
For a family home in Houston, the designers of Laura U Interior Design created a comfortable seating area just off the kitchen. The team used color and accessories to create a cohesive look throughout the wide open area. “While the majority of the color palette is neutral, we weave a lively turquoise through each space: pillows and an area rug in the family, bar stool frames in the kitchen, and a show-stopping chandelier in the breakfast space,” they explain. “The entire space is further unified through the window treatments which are a combination of Hunter Douglas Silhouette shades and custom drapery with a turquoise band on the leading edge. A cheerful yellow and just a dash of orange set off the color scheme while touches of gold and a natural wood (teak root table and driftwood at the island) add eclectic charm.”