Furniture Ideas – Round Coffee Tables In Glass, Wood, Marble and Metal
Round coffee tables offer a number of benefits. First they’re great if you have kids or pets or find yourself constantly bumping into things because they’re a lot less painful to crash into.
Second, they make your space feel larger than rectangular or square coffee tables because they curve away from other objects creating more distance between the table and the surrounding furniture.
Third, round coffee tables help soften your interior by getting rid of the harsh lines of square or rectangular ones. Now that you know why you might need one in your home, here are 22 examples of round coffee tables in various materials.
Glass coffee tables are a great way to add style to your living room and make your space appear larger and more open. They let light pass easily through them and are easy to clean at the end of the day.
See more photos of this table, here. Pebble Table designed by Misha Belyaev. Photography by Evgeny Aquarelich and Mikhail Belyaev.
See more photos of this table, here. Wrinkle table designed by Clark Bardsley Design.
Haven coffee table from CB2
Libra Coffee table from Kubikoff
Clarus walnut coffee table from Article
Ding table designed by Ding3000 for Normann Copenhagen
Wood coffee tables are a great way to warm up your living room and soften up any hardness you may feel. There are tons of variations in wood from the texture to the color, and they are often mixed with other materials, so you’ll have no problem finding one that fits your needs.
Turn coffee table from Blu Dot
Ya Ya coffee table (Engineered wood with hi-gloss white lacquer finish and walnut veneer tray) from CB2
Apis coffee table from CB2
Bradshaw Cocktail Table from Room&Board
Bond Cocktail Table from Room&Board
Classic Cocktail Table from Room&Board
Tyne Round Cocktail table from Room&Board
Reeve coffee table from West Elm
HUB coffee table designed by Jordan Murphy for Umbra.
Svelto Coffee table from ercol
Paper table from Gubi
Marble coffee tables add sophistication and class to your living room. They’re a sturdy option that can withstand all sorts of spills and make the room feel clean even when things aren’t in their place.
Plateau Coffee Table from Blu Dot
Marble Topped Pedestal Coffee Table from West Elm
Mara coffee table from Article
A metal coffee table creates a more industrial feel in your living room. Metal coffee tables can be painted fun colors to help brighten your space and when they’re paired with wood elements help warm up the feel of the room.
Around Table designed by Thomas Bentzen for Muuto
Tablo Table designed by Nicholai Wiig Hansen for Normann Copenhagen.
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