A leather-topped table in this traditional living area strikes a balance between a conventional coffee table and an ottoman. The round shape creates a cozy, informal feel. Soft lamp lighting illuminates the room's warm color palette creating a cozy sitting area.
Beautiful wood pieces as well as pillows and rugs with unusual patterns give this living room unique personality and a warm, welcoming feel. The mirrored coffee table makes the space look bigger than it is.
A sofa table topped with a pair of tall table lamps help to divide this open living room from the rest of the home. This cozy, traditional living room also features built-in bookcases, a conversational seating area, a brick fireplace and hardwood floors.
The design wish behind this living room: Create a peaceful space that feels contemporary and yet honors the apartment's original details, like the exposed brick wall and the marble fireplace. Muted colors help those elements shine. The coffee table is made of a vintage Moroccan brass tea tray.
Playful black and white photography is arranged geometrically to form an accent wall and a focal point in this eclectic living space. Beneath it, a console table holds a vinyl record player, adding vintage flair to the throwback space, which incorporates a mix of modern and Art Deco elements. A gold drum-style coffee table adds glamour and function.
This cottage living room makes the most of space with built-ins on either side of the white brick fireplace. Two sofas sit across from each other, with an industrial-style reclaimed wood coffee table in between.
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.
The design of this console table is as smart as it is stylish with many levels of shelving and enough space to tuck in two fringed stools. On top, gold-and-white lamps pick up the shimmery jewel tones of the art on the wall nearby.
A skirted table can soften a room, especially if you have other wood furniture, molding or beams. To save more money, hunt in the fabric remnant section, or use a white canvas or even a long tablecloth to cover the table and add a glass top. Parker Kennedy Living also added a round mirror to the top of the side table. Mirror companies often stock round mirrors, which is more affordable than having one cut to the size. "That’s a good way to get a lot of bang for the buck for a table under $50," said interior designer Lance Jackson. "It puts a little more custom look to it."