A coffee table made from reclaimed wood brings the outdoors into this comfy living space. A neutral sectional with durable upholstery is ready for the wear and tear of daily life, while graphic curtains and rustic picture frames adorn the walls.
A dining room and living room share a beautiful open plan design. An antique-inspired lantern above the dining table houses three white candles, while the star of the living room is the charming rustic coffee table over a red area rug.
Reclaimed wood posts attached to hefty round stones make for a unique, artistic coffee table. A rough-hewn entry table and mirror mimic the rustic features of the coffee table. Beach grass overflows out of a glass vase to soften the weathered wood elements.
A rustic coffee table as a centerpiece within a sitting area adds handsome variations in tone and texture through a weathered and striking look. A timeless style, the table brings a sense of history while retaining the contemporary feel embodied in the ikat area rug and throw pillows. A transitional sofa and love seat and contemporary leather armchairs complete the ensemble.
Assorted patterns and textures – from the solid green upholstered Chesterfield sofa and traditional lines on the fireplace mantle to splashes of color on the throw pillows, rustic influenced coffee table and candlesticks – combine to create an warm and inviting eclectic living space perfect or relaxing or entertaining.
Candice Olson, host of HGTV's "Candice Tells All," created this living room that blends style and function. She says, "It's important to know what makes the most sense for your lifestyle and home, so don't choose colors, fabrics or even materials that won't work for your family, children or pets." This living room's rustic wood coffee table, dark upholstered armchair and patterned area rug ensure a family-friendly space.
Gray sofas and cream-colored armchairs create a calming environment in this spacious great room. A metal-base wood coffee table adds a modern rustic element to contrast with the softer, classic seating.
Designer Sabrina Soto makes this living room over with a reclaimed lumber coffee table that features small casters underneath, adding an industrial feel to this beach-inspired living room as seen on HGTV's High/Low Project.