Metal legs fabricated to imitate the natural aesthetic of bamboo modify the classic lines of this ornately topped Asian coffee table, creating an exceptional conversation piece in this eclectic living room.
HGTV's Design on a Dime transformed this craftsman living room with an eclectic makeover. A bold area rug and striped curtains pair with neutral love seats to define the seating area. Decorative molding doubles as a ledge for collected artwork, while the sculptural coffee table keeps a low profile with a shelf for books.
Another great way to generate visual interest? Mix and match pieces with opposing textures. In this contemporary sitting room, designer Raegan Ford paired delicate gold swans with rougher materials, like geodes and glass beads, to keep all eyes on her coffee table.
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.
The client's art collection is part his own, part pieces inherited from his parents. Designed by J. Anthony Redmile, this tortoise coffee table is ornamented with gold- and purple-painted legs. Perched atop is Alex Israel’s cast bronze and black patina “Maltese Falcon,” modeled after the falcon statuette featured in its namesake film. A mix of texture adds interest in the space and ranges from the fur rug to the glass and resin table to the carved marble fireplace.
Detail of the Joss & Main Vanucci Eclectic Coffee Table in the living room of Drew Scott and fiancé Linda Phan’s newly renovated home in Los Angeles, as seen on Property Brothers at Home: Drew’s Honeymoon House.
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.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, this eclectic coffee table decor blends warm, natural mid-century elements with the clean lines and bright neutrals of industrial modern style to represent the differing design tastes of Sarah's two clients.
HGTV's Design on Dime transformed this living room into a modern Americana masterpiece with a mix of vintage pieces and relaxed furniture. An old trunk functions as a coffee table, while floor lamps and a tall houseplant add dimension to the space. A sprinkling of details complete the look: printed throw pillows, terrariums and bold artwork.
Rich jewel tones of red, blue and green add color and depth against a predominantly white and gray backdrop in this eclectic living room. The open shelving and multiple tables allow the owners' collection of beautiful ceramic pots to be always on display.
A wooden coffee table includes a folding element that opens to create a larger table and store a vintage suitcase underneath, adding to the global feel of the living room. Bright, patterned throw pillows add a pop of color to the black chenille sofa, while a round mirror is positioned on the exposed brick wall.
Earth tones paired with a white brick wall create a calming palette in this living room. A brown and white geometric-patterned rug defines the space, and a brown striped ottoman double as a coffee table.