903 Eclectic Coffee Tables
Wicker always makes me think of my Grandma's place on Cape Cod, and this slightly more contemporary wicker coffee table would look just great in a cottage and give it some fun, eclectic style.
Hard Maple Coffee Table made with live edge slabs and finished with a satin, conversion varnish finish.
With bold geometric lines, this unique coffee table will draw attention in any room. I would use it in a contemporary setting or a room with a safari theme.
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A luxury coffe table from the Arcade Furniture, made from the playfield of the Earth Wind Fire pinball by Zaccharia (1987). The details of the decorations are based on the elements of nature from the magnificent world of sorcery and alchemy. The detailed painting of the playfield illustrates Merlin...
I first discovered this amazing coffee table when interviewing Kelley Motschenbacher, who let me know that it was a repurposed French pigeon carrier coop. With the large casters on the bottom, it's a versatile piece you can move around with ease.
This driftwood coffee table is just stunning and such a conversation piece. I also love the glass top; it not only lets the driftwood base shine through but clear decor items make a small space feel bigger since the eyes can keep moving.
A vintage 1960s malachite table is a true treasure! It features a malachite top set on highly detailed brass trim and legs. I love the pairing of malachite and brass.
These brass and black accent tables are the perfect mix of casual and chic. They work great together as a coffee table.
If your living or family room is a snooze, the cure might just be swapping out your coffee table for this metal one. It's dynamic, attention-grabbing and will add a metal texture to your palette.
Material MattersFor truly unique style, tap into a trendy trifecta. The contemporary Walnut Lucite and Steel Leg Coffee Table from Rotsen Furniture is a whimsical mix of natural and modern materials. Salvaged walnut, sleek lucite, and silver-patina steel mingle to create a one-of-a-kind combination...
Plano Coffee Table Base (Sq) (S). Style no: CT96781. 42"w x 42"d x 16"h. Plano Coffee Table Base (Sq) (L). Style no: CT96782. 48"w x 48"d x 16"h. Plano Coffee Table Base (Rect) (S). Style no: CT96784. 48"w x 36"d x 16"h. Plano Coffee Table Base (Rect) (L). Style no: CT96786. 60"w x 40"d x 16"h....
This high-style trunk table offers a great range of decorating play — it's a cool twist in summer decorating. Soft, slipcovered pieces paired with it could make for a winning combo.
Inspired by the gleaming nose cones and fuselages of mid-20th-century aircraft, this trunk is clad in a patchwork of polished aluminum panels accented with exposed steel screws. Rounded corners and inset drawer pulls give it sleek, aerodynamic lines.
Blackhawk Coffee Table
Multi use furniture maximizes our choices and allows us to use our space in some of the smartest ways. Our Rustic Patchwork Coffee Table opens up and becomes a traditional chest, perfect for our large storage needs. The traditional storage box is built with old wood so it's also a Green choice. The...
Reclaimed Antique Door coffee table. Door taken from a NH farm from the early 1900's. refinished to show the woods charm while still keeping it's authenticity. Currently taking orders for coffee tables, farm tables & headboards from our stock of antique doors from the late 1700's & early 1800's....
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Well isn't that handy dandy? This awesome table separates into four pieces, so everyone can pull over a section and enjoy their own beverage or book right by their side. I think this would be perfect for a media room or a family space where lots of lounging is done.
The Sonoma Factory Cart Coffee Table is modeled after antique Lineberry factory carts produced by the Lineberry Foundry and Furniture Co. in the early 1900's. These carts were used in factories all over the United States to move textiles, parts and goods and make great coffee tables, outdoor...
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