Rediscover your living room’s potential with our coffee table picks that’ll get you back to spending some quality time in your common areas.

Rediscover your living room’s potential with our coffee table picks that’ll get you back to spending some quality time in your common areas.

West Elm Stowe Coffee Table

Inspired by the clean lines of Scandinavian design, our solid mango wood Stowe Coffee Table has a simple sculptural base for high style at a great price. Photo Courtesy of West Elm

Urban Outfitters Bettie Glass Coffee Table

Bring a modern look to your space with this artful coffee table that introduces a sleek and sculpted style to your décor. Tempered glass tabletop sits on a waved base made from sheet metal. This custom furniture piece will be made to order just for you. Two people recommended for assembly. Exclusively at UO. Photo Courtesy of Urban Outfitters

Sossego Mesa Água – Preto

The Mesa Água is the picture of a lazy brook. The glass top evokes sunlight sparkling on water washing over pebbles smoothed from years of a natural polishing process. The sight of it carries one away to a quiet afternoon of rest. Each stone is a solid piece, molded from layers of cardboard pulp and paste, akin to the process of sediment settling into a riverbed.

Vitra Guéridon Bas Coffee Table

While known mostly for angular lengths of metal in his designs, by the 1940s Jean Prouve started delving into all-wood furniture. An exquisite example of this period, the Vitra Gueridon Bas Coffee Table features a solid round wood top and three wedge-shaped legs. Metal only makes an understated appearance as a connector between the wood pieces. Photo Courtesy of Soft Square

Medley Ablo Round Coffee Table

The Ablo Round Coffee Table by Medley will beautifully complement your living room with a blooming flower appearance created by the four prong, all natural, solid wood base. This modern round coffee table is a unique piece to add to any living space or office. This modern coffee table will make you proud to show it as a center piece in your living space and it will quickly become the focus of conversation, no matter what you choose to place on top. Photo Courtesy of Medley

Cullom Rectangular Coffee Table

Save space with a table that looks good doing it. The Cullom strips out the excess and provides a breath of fresh air to any room. Its lightweight design is accentuated by a natural oak top and elegant steel frame, making it an ideal minimalist statement. Complimentary wood swatches are available. Photo Courtesy of Unison

Artless Focal Coffee Table

ARTLESS Focal Tables push the 90-degree angle we love so much to new extremes. This asymmetric wood and glass coffee table has the extraordinary quality of being simple in its lines but fairly complex in its looks. Photo Courtesy of Artless

Burrow Bento Coffee Table

The Bento Coffee Table, inspired by the compartmentalized Japanese serving set, is as much a multi-purpose toolkit for the living room as it is a table. The table features built-in storage to help you stay organized, and the tabletop is made of three removable, rearrangeable trays that can be used on the couch to hold drinks, plates, or laptops. Best of all, two tables can be placed side-by-side and connected with the modular trays for bigger seating setups. Photo Courtesy of Burrow

Noguchi Rudder Table

Originally designed in 1947, the Noguchi Rudder Table is a reintroduction of an iconic coffee table originally designed in 1947. The balance of sculptural form and durable function has made the Noguchi Table an understated and beautiful element in homes and offices since its introduction. Sharing a nearly identical shape and size as the original glass Noguchi Coffee Table, this sculptural, visually light, and deceptively simple coffee table stands on two chrome hairpin legs and one in wood reminiscent of a ship’s rudder. Available in White Ash, Walnut or Ebony table top finishes. Photo Courtesy of Herman Miller

Herman Miller Eames Elliptical Table

Nicknamed the “surfboard table,” the Elliptical Table (1951) reveals the playfulness in the work of designers Charles and Ray Eames and also shows a practical side – their desire to create furniture that would become a part of a life lived with simplicity and beauty. Representing a new design language when it first appeared, it was reissued by Herman Miller in 1994. This original is an authentic, licensed product of Herman Miller, Inc. Eames is a licensed trademark of Herman Miller. Made in U.S.A.

Offi Embrace Table

The Embrace Table is a clever coffee table comprised of two smaller tables that can serve a variety of uses. Designed to store modern media, this award winning piece of furniture offers a low shelf, table top and angled magazine storage when the two tables are joined together in an ’embrace’. Separate the tables to form two low tables perfect to serve as a laptop table, a serving tray or even a bench and desk pair for kids.

Gubi Pedrera Coffee Table

The Pedrera Coffee Table is designed in 1955 by Barba Corsini for the loft space at the famous landmark, La Pedrera in Barcelona. The coffee table is with its slender base and glass table top, a light table that fits into any contemporary home. The inspiration for the base of the table came from the vaulted ceilings of La Pedrera, which goes again in the Pedrera lamps, thus being characteristics for the collection.

Loll Designs Rapson Cocktail Table

Ralph liked to sketch furniture as much as buildings and often his furniture drawings were just filler for a room scene in a much larger context. While plying the leaden waves of the sea of Ralph’s sketches, we spotted this cocktail table and the accompanying side table. Staying true to the drawing is crucial to us, and we think we got these two just as Ralph would have liked them. Both these mid-century tables will work superbly with the Rapson Collection but they are strong enough to stand alone. Designed by Ralph Rapson with Toby Rapson for Loll Designs. Photo courtesy of Loll Designs

Arhaus Acero Coffee Table

Finished by artisan hands to achieve truly stunning patinas, our Acero Occasional Tables complement cool, rustic metal with the warm colors and organic textures of wood. Our artisan partners construct each tabletop from panels of solid iron that are left outside to naturally oxidize, producing an organically weathered appearance. Modern trestle table bases and matching table edges are shaped using solid alder wood and alder veneers, which are painted and lacquered to bring out the lumber’s natural features and accentuate the tabletops’ dark and varied tones. Photo Courtesy of Arhaus

Blu Dot Pi Coffee Table

The Pi Coffee Table by Blu Dot features slices of powder-coated steel combined with solid walnut legs, resulting in some eye-catching results. Photo Courtesy of Blu Dot