5 Easy Tips For Decorating Your Designer Coffee Table

After choosing your living room furniture, how you accessorize the room becomes the next important step in completing your room design. With so many options for styling your coffee table, it is easy for you to end up with an unbalanced look.

In many cases, a coffee table becomes the center of your living room. If you're not careful, it can become a landing zone for unwanted household items. However, if accessorized in a smart way, your coffee table can share your personal style and create a complete look for your space.

There are many ways in which you could style your coffee table, and it can be overwhelming to choose. Our designers outline 5 easy ways to style your coffee table to ensure that you have the best living room design in the neighborhood.

1. Stack Your Books

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One of the easiest ways to style your coffee table is by stacking books. Simply stack your favorite books with the largest on the bottom and smallest on the top - lining up spines just like a librarian. On a large table, you can use these stacks to separate sizable accessories like vases or glass objects. Stacks of coffee table books can also be used as pedestals for other accessories such as designer boxes or bowls. Books can even be used to add a pop of color in muted rooms. It is hard to go wrong when styling your table with chic coffee table books!

  

2. Style With Designer Vases, Bottles, and Bowls

JANGEORGe Interiors and Furniture White Living Room Coffee Table VasesVases will give your coffee table a more dynamic look by adding levels to your decor. It will create heights where other accessories might create a flatter appearance. Designer vases can often have engaging stories such as the Italian-made KOSE collection, which is entirely manufactured by hand, according to ancient techniques.

  

3. Add Some Greenery

JANGEORGe Interiors and Furniture Plant Coffee Table Grey CouchYour coffee table can instantly be more inviting when you add any type of greenery or floral arrangements. Many interior designers use their stacked books as a pedestal for a small potted plant or vase of flowers. Research has shown that indoor plants improve concentration and productivity, reduce stress levels and offer other positive benefits - making this a great contender for your coffee table decor.

 

4. Add A Tray

JANGEORGe Interiors and Furniture Contemporary Living Room Coffee Table TrayTrays come in a plethora of designs and can easily help make items work together on your coffee table. A tray can be the perfect combination of practical and beautiful. It can showcase many items on a table in one elegant way. Many trays are even useful for serving breakfast in bed, presenting cocktails on the patio, or just left alone with chic home accessories.

 

5. Showcase Unique Objects and Art

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The thing about adorning your coffee table is that it is completely up to you what you use. Coffee tables are typically in the center of living room seating, and therefore the more unique objects you display, the more interesting conversation you might ignite. If you keep items presented in a neat way, you are free to be creative.

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