Translucent smoked glass sliding doors close to create privacy while still filtering light into this space off the main living area. The room's primary purpose is as a home office, though it is easily transformed into a guest room by rolling the coffee table to the side and opening the sofa bed. The 1950s vintage book case came from an aviation school.
This cool blue living room combines comfort and glamour. Casual nature-inspired wall art tones down the formality of the Chesterfield sofa, and the rolling gray upholstered coffee table doubles as a footrest when nights call for cozy relaxation.
A gallery of botanical prints adds color and visual interest to this neutral, transitional living room. The gray rolled arm sofa is flanked by matching end tables and paired with a sleek wood coffee table.
Light and refreshing, this sitting room just off the master bedroom features blue and green accents that reflect the ocean hues. A lovely mint green sofa and hexagonal coffee table with a marble top offers a place to sit and relax. In the opposite corner of the room, an X-based desk and neutral rolling chair form a bright and airy office nook.
Short on storage? Try this DIY shelf hack. We turned two wall shelves into a mobile coffee table by adding two sets of casters and mending plates. It can hold makeup, games, craft supplies and more! And when you need more space, you can simply roll it under the bed.
If youâ€™re looking for a spot to express your creative side as a family, your coffee table may be the perfect place. Protect the surface with a table cloth or a large flat weave rug by placing a drop cloth or roll of craft paper beneath it. Next, lay out painting or crafting supplies with a cohesive color scheme among vessels.