Coffee tables can make a huge impact on the look and functionality of a living room. With their lack of sharp edges, round coffee tables or ottomans are great for living rooms used by children; however, they can result in wasted space when placed next to square or rectangular sofas and chairs. To outfit a seating area with plenty of useable tabletop surface (or multipurpose occasional seating), consider grouping two or three round coffee tables or ottomans together.
The monochromatic mix of neutral tones and highly textured elements in this sophisticated living room creates a warm, calming ambiance. The chalkboard art on either side of the fireplace is installed on rolling panels that conceal generous storage space.
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.
This white contemporary living room has an open design. Its high ceiling features exposed wood beams. Decor includes a contemporary chandelier, stylish lamps and end tables, and a white quartz coffee table separated into two squares.
This craftsman style living room featuring beautiful wood trim is juxtaposed by a blue tufted sofa and white coffee and end tables. The sitting area is framed by a cream rug that lightens up the entire room.
As seen on Hidden Potential, the backyard of the newly renovated McCoy family home in Huntington Beach, California, features a new pool, separate seating and BBQ areas and storage, giving it the resort feel that the owners wanted.
A statement piece that offers storage, the multi-functional white lacquer Radford desk from Safavieh can double as a coffee table when the need arises, or even be used as a console table behind a sofa. The height-adjustable desk includes two roomy drawers, refined lines and glossy white crossed legs for a sleek look.