When choosing a coffee table for your living room, the decision mainly depends on the balance, clearance, and dimensions of other elements in the room. Additionally, it’s worth considering a coffee table design that’s two-thirds your sofa set length. It should still align with your sofa set cushions and other seating, making it aesthetically balanced. It’s also okay if it’s a few inches shorter.
If you’re thinking of investing in a casual coffee table, here are a few options worth exploring:
The casual coffee tables come in different shapes and styles. Therefore, if you’re looking for a design that can act as an accent to furniture pieces, a heavier and round design like the Jacob Washed Tobacco Coffee Table is an excellent option. If your home has a neutral color, a pop of color from a casual coffee table like the Chelsea Squared Cocktail Coffee Table can make your living room look formal but sexy. You can still attain a formal look by considering a table design with a glass top combined with steel like the Uttermost Warring Iron Coffee Table. If you have a farm home or want to achieve a rustic, country feel, wooden coffee table option like the Tommy Bahama Bali Hai Rectangular Cocktail Coffee Table is an excellent option.
Casual coffee tables, primarily the oval table designs like the Campaigna Oval Coffee Table, does not feature sharp edges, making it an excellent choice if you have kids. Round coffee tables options are ideal for large families and serving guests because of their large shape. Additionally, casual coffee tables designed from solid wood like the John Richard Accent Coffee Table add a touch of elegance to your living room, thanks to its distinct wood grain. Some designs come with additional storage, like the Arabella Medium Cocktail Table. Such options are functional because you can clear the tabletop quickly and efficiently.