Atlanta designer Alice Cramer says to clear the clutter off of your coffee table and use varying heights to make the surface a showpiece. She styled this tree trunk coffee table with a taller potted plant and a small stack of coffee table books.
This potted plant creates some height atop a rustic coffee table. Atlanta designer Alice Cramer says coffee table heights should correspond to seating heights, and with lower seating trending, her coffee table heights average 10-14 inches.
Large built-in cabinets provide lots of storage for this living room; the molding on the front adds an unusual graphic element. Touches like the wood coffee table and mantel bring a gentle rustic feel to the space.
Adorned with metallic pumpkins, pinecones and deer antlers, this living room is ready for fall yet still looks sophisticated. Tree trunk tables spray painted white add a rustic touch while complementing the room’s elegant style.
A huge round window and tree-trunk side table bring hobbit-like charm to the master bathroom. A pebbled floor and marble backsplash add plenty of luxury too. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff
Opening up a floor in this townhouse allowed for a stunning, double-height space in the glorious kitchen. Fuzzy barstools line a large island with marble countertops, bringing a fun texture to the timeless look. A pink chaise and tree trunk coffee table create a connected lounge area.
Visual interest abounds in this eclectic dining room thanks to six Lucite seats, two chunky velvet armchairs and a tree trunk-inspired table. By keeping each piece within a black-and-white color palette, designer Courtney Blaymore could draw even more attention to the modern art on the wall, which makes for great conversation at dinner.
Two natural tree-trunk coffee tables are pushed together to form the centerpiece of a farmhouse-style living room. The coffee tables, along with a crisp linen couch, a pair of mid-century wicker chairs and decorative pillows rest atop a speckled gray and white carpet, creating a host of textures in the neutral room. In the kitchen, a shiplap island anchors the space, while carved, wooden barstools continue the natural feel from the living room.
To decorate her Christmas table, designer Ginger Curtis creates an elegant scene with a piece of a tree trunk, Magnolia leaves and sprigs of Spruce trees, along with simple, wooden taper holders and clean, white tableware.