Our Best Selling Coffee Tables
Introducing our best selling coffee tables, and why you need one before they’re gone for good. Coffee tables are the star of the show in a living room space, so ensure they sing.
We’ve got your favourite pieces, in different styles but all with the same Shabby luxury you know and love. Perfect for hosting friends over for coffee or having a cosy night in on the sofa. These pieces are guaranteed to set your living space off, and elevate it to the next level.
A buzzword and popular interior style of recent years is that of mid-century modern. Defined as a style of the late 20th century, it is sleek and practical styles that are classically simple. Often using wood, or natural elements, the interior style dictates to use less objects in a space. To declutter and only keep hold of things that serve a purpose - such as a coffee table. A style like this Bryndle Square Coffee Table ticks all of these boxes, for a simple yet statement mid-century modern piece.
The top and drawer fronts feature the signature Bryndle parquet-style design, whilst elegant turned legs add a sophisticated finish to the table. Made from high-quality mindy ash wood for a rustic finish that suits a range of interior styles.
A glass coffee table can be a great addition to a smaller space. The transparency of it gives the illusion of a space where an opaque table might block off floorspace - a glass table doesn’t. The glass also helps to reflect light and truly open up a space.
A glass table is also hugely versatile, as it doesn’t have a distinct pattern it can fit into mostly any interiors. Meaning that if you’re not too sure on how to fit an extra piece into an interior that is already quite a statement, a glass table is a quiet furniture hero piece.
We love the Halina Silver Plated glass table, for its beautifully structural design in an on trend and striking silver chrome.
Another popular style that has taken over our interiors in recent years, for good cause, is the Japandi style. A mix between Japanese and Scandinavian interiors.
As with many of the trends de jour, this harks back to natural elements in a stripped back nature that helps to create a calming and serene indoor space. So how do you tie a coffee table into this interior style? Try something like this Sorensen Solid Oak coffee table.
Featuring a stylish oak top, with a combination of slats and routing to create clean lines that offer texture and a sleek finish. Crafted from solid oak and oak veneers, great attention to detail has been given to the design to create this beautiful Japandi inspired piece.
Another style to consider when it comes to coffee tables is whether you want square or rectangular styles like above, or a round style. Like this Thorley Round Oak Wood coffee table.
The benefits of a round coffee table are many, for one if you have small children or elderly - the lack of corners makes it less of a hazard in a high-traffic area such as a living room.
The curbed edges of a round coffee table means that it brings smooth and softer lines into a space. Which can tie your interior into the curved lines trend that is taking over, to again see your interior become a calmer and softer space to relax and unwind.
If glass seems a little too subtle for your interiors yet you’d rather not to add another wooden piece into your home - try a true statement with marble.
Lean into the maximalist trend of late and go for a neoclassical feel with a marble coffee table like this Athena Marble Effect Top coffee table.
This style blends contemporary and classic seamlessly, in a versatile white and grey hue. This table will add a touch of statement into a neutral space, or add a twist to an already statement space.
A marble piece will easily add texture and instant interest into your space. Durable and hard wearing, this is a luxurious piece for your living room, this beautiful table is also available as a matching side table.
Let us know which piece you’ll be using to complement your interior space, whether hosting or simply having a night in.