The coffee table is a true centerpiece of the living room. While it can be landing space for remote controls and coffee of tea mugs, it’s also a place where your style can come to life. There is some science to creating a stunning tablescape, such as using objects and or items that are varying heights. However the magic mainly comes from an artful mix of flowers or plants, books, trays, and unexpected objects.
Choosing a coffee table (Salontafels)may feel like an easy task, however there are things to consider. It is helpful to consider the proportions and relative mass of each piece in your living room. A great way to choose your buy / styling is to experiment with nontraditional shapes and materials. There are plenty of fun designs out there that range from the mid-century design to the unexpected that you can incorporate without turning your living room into something eclectic.
To help you find the coffee table that works best with your budget and your space find here 7 favorites coffee tables organized by style and material.
1. Rectangular Coffee Tables
FERM LIVING DISTINCT SALONTAFEL by Trine Andersen
A solid presence that is simple yet sophisticated with it’s geometric silhouette.
2.Round Coffee Tables
3. Nesting Coffee Tables
FERM LIVING CLUSTER TAFELS
Nesting coffee tables are 2-3 separate tables of varying heights and sizes that neatly come together to form a coffee table cluster. A great way to add some extra dimensions to your living room.
KLUSKENS KEM 879 KAY SALONTAFEL
Wood can give a rustic, Japandi feel to the living room.
5.Marble Coffee Tables
RUIJCH BELLUCCI SMALL SALONTAFEL
Marble coffee tables are chique that gives a immediate luxurious feel to your interior. However marble is a heavy and expensive coffee table material.
6. Glass Coffee Tables
If you’re looking for a coffee table that doesn’t distract from the other furniture in your room, this table will perfectly melt in a room that has a lot of color or pattern, for example, or even in a small space. This Vitra coffee table won’t crowd or compete with the rest of the furniture. It also works well with all design styles.
7. Square coffee tables
HAY TRAY SALONTAFEL
For a more straightforward, utilitarian option you can opt for this square, powder-coated-steel table. This one is designed by Danish collective Hay that features a tray tabletop and a wiry frame. A simple design lends itself to a variety of décor schemes, including Scandinavian and mid-century.