10 Coffee Tables That Suit Different Trending Decor Styles
Whatever your personal home-decor style, there's a coffee table to help your space really shine. Actually, there are too many coffee-table styles — thousands upon thousands of them! — which is why we've combed the internet to find some of the best options for 10 interior-design styles.
If you prefer maximalist decor, look for a coffee table with intricate patterns or bold colors. (Maybe both!) On the other hand, if you prefer a coastal decor style, you may want to look for a coffee table made with natural materials such as wood or rattan. Into minimalism? Keep things clean, simple, and timeless. We've even found options for dark-academia decor if your vibe is scholarly. Whatever your style, let these coffee tables reflect it.
If your tastes lean toward the harmonious proportions of the Classical period, the Athena coffee table ($2,395) may be worth the investment. It features a rectangular top made of smooth marble, which is supported by four intricately carved legs in the shape of graceful Grecian columns. Style it with pottery for a striking tableau.
Modern farmhouse isn't new, but its current evolution is more sophisticated than before. This Belenberg Coffee Table ($730) is functional and stylish, with ample storage space and a lower shelf that's perfect for displaying books, magazines, and other decorative items. The table's rustic finish and distressed wood top add warmth and character to the living room; pair it with a vintage oushak rug in neutral tones, and you're Insta-ready.
Postmodernism can be a lot of look, but these Jonathan Adler Torino Nesting Cocktail Tables ($2,600) get the geometry and color mix just right. Made of back-painted glass panes framed by brass edges, the two tables can be stacked or nested as you please — making them a practical choice for smaller spaces.
By Greek creative Yiannis Ghikas, this blown-glass Soda Coffee Table ($2,732) is handmade on Murano, the Venetian island known for its excellence in glassmaking. The hand-hammered surface reflects light beautifully, and its amber hue has a '70s vibe that's huge at the moment. For Europhiles with dollars to burn, is there any better choice?
If your style leans rustic, don't miss this Kevmart Coffee Table ($820). Its wooden planked top has incredible texture thanks to the saw-mark effect, and — surprise! — its sides open to reveal a spacious compartment for remotes, magazines, and other not-so-rustic items you might want to tuck away for aesthetic reasons.
Made with sand-casted aluminum and warm brown oak, this Balintmore Coffee Table ($820) has a handcrafted look that can read contemporary or antique, depending on how it's styled. Our suggestion? Lean into the dark-academia trend with a stack of antique books, a vase of dried flowers, or a moody candle.
Like something plucked from the world's greatest estate sale, this South Seas Rattan Coffee Table ($700, originally $1,198) has intricate weaving, curved lines, and plenty of space for your indie magazines and tea sets. Add some porcelain plates and fresh lilies, and you're on your way to perfecting the grandmillennial aesthetic.