Matching Coffee And End Tables

Matching Coffee And End Tables – One of the comments I heard a lot when we toured showrooms at High Point at Market (by the salesperson who gave us the tour) last fall was “Of course this is way too much together, but individually, just amazing.”

The worst part is when the big box “Get a free TV with the sofa” stores sell all three together and you can’t even split them up? It does no one any favors. Does the consumer who knows nothing about design think that’s exactly what you should do?

Matching Coffee And End Tables

Matching Coffee And End Tables

If you’ve had a living room or family room without coffee or end tables just a little too long, here are some coordinated sets for some inspiration.

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This first inspiration picture has two coffee tables! Sometimes, if you have a big room, that’s what it takes!

Matching Coffee And End Tables

If your living room is where you also watch TV, an ottoman (above and below) is always a good idea instead of a hard coffee table. You can always put a tray for drinks on the ottoman.

When coordinating tables, a good rule of thumb is to repeat the same wood color twice. Or it does not necessarily need to be repeated in final tables. The coffee table in this room I have designed is not repeated in the tables, but the same color is in the sisal area and the mirror above the console table.

Matching Coffee And End Tables

Unique End Tables And Coffee Tables

Make sure you keep the shapes different enough so they go together. For example, for this living room (above) I wouldn’t have also included the angled table from the photo just before this one.

The rustic side table here adds textural interest, but isn’t paired with other tables that would also clash. Notice that the color of the rustic side table has been repeated in the table lamps.

Matching Coffee And End Tables

A stump can go anywhere, so attach one to a side table that you can also sit on. I love the dramatic mirrors between the french doors in this photo instead of drapery!

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Hope this has inspired you to get your room done! Then, don’t forget lamps! No one ever has enough. I’ve never been in an interior that had too many lamps, so that’s saying something!

Matching Coffee And End Tables

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To get your exterior colors right, download the webinar on choosing exterior colors with confidence and get my favorite list of colors. When I was looking for a new coffee table, I came across some lovely side tables that would fit perfectly! Of course, they don’t match at all. Neither should they. Now promise me you won’t buy a “matching set” of furniture. You know what I mean, the ones they sell at your local Raymour & Flanigan as a set of 3 (coffee table plus 2 matching side tables). Don’t fall for it. Please. You can do so much better!

Matching Coffee And End Tables

Decor Match Maker: 10 Coffee & Side Table Pairings That Just Plain Work

One of my main goals in life is to help you achieve a look for your home that is unique to you. Not a home that looks like it was bought straight from a catalogue. The best way to do that is to find pieces you love (lead actors) and then find others who will play a supporting role. Mixing furniture will make your home look like it has been put together over time, and will ultimately give you much more satisfaction than a store-matched set of furniture.

Mixing up your furniture is much easier than you think! Here are some simple guidelines to get you started.

Matching Coffee And End Tables

Vary the furniture shapes. If you have a round coffee table, buy a rectangular end table, and vice versa.

Sabina 3 Piece Contemporary Storage Coffee Table Set, Dark Cherry Wood, ( Coffee & 2 End Tables)

Mix together the materials. For example: if your coffee table is wooden, pair it with marble or concrete side tables. The change in texture will do wonders to create a dynamic and beautiful space. If you prefer all three, all is well. Just be sure to vary the shapes and spots as well.

Matching Coffee And End Tables

Consider the visual weight. If your coffee table is thick and chunky, look for a delicate side table. Likewise, if you have an open and airy coffee table, look for a side table that is hefty and sturdy.

Keep the style somewhat coherent. It’s fun to mix different furniture, but if your tables speak the same language (like mid-century modern), it will create a more cohesive look. See below for an illustration…

Matching Coffee And End Tables

Sofa And Loveseat With Matching Coffee And End Table

Ok, without further ado, here’s an overview of unique table pairings. Each coffee table is right next to its BFF side table.

Good news: all of the above (from review-enabled sites) have fantastic reviews. Because there’s nothing worse than falling in love with something from a blog, only to realize it’s got 2-star reviews!

Matching Coffee And End Tables

That’s it for this week friends! Now go out and start mixing these tables together to create a living room that feels special and unique to you. It will bring you one step closer to a home for you

Balintmore Coffee Table With 2 End Tables

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Matching Coffee And End Tables

End tables are more than just a place to balance a lamp or hold your drink, they’re an accent that can instantly update your living room with both style and function. While traditional end tables tended to be quite simple, there are now captivating designs that offer additional features to make your life easier. You can find end tables with charging ports, pet beds and hidden storage. But regardless of the advantages of the end tables in our collection, they all have one thing in common – they are also incredibly stylish. While it’s true that your end tables should be functional for your space, that doesn’t mean they have to be bland!

Sculptural Black End Table: With this pedestal end table, you get not only a modern piece of furniture, but an artful touch to any room you put it in. However, its sculptural construction is not only eye-catching. The small lower shelf on this is the ideal size for charging accessories, while the tabletop is large enough to fit a lamp with room to spare. If black isn’t your thing, this table is also available in Natural Ash.

Matching Coffee And End Tables

Kalen 3 Piece Coffee And Two End Tables Package

Kartell Hourglass End Table: The gorgeous hourglass shape of this table gives it a modern feel that is further accentuated by its mint green color. It can be used either outdoors or indoors and also serves as extra seating in the form of a stool. An excellent find for compact spaces that want designer style and functionality! Available in several colors.

Minimal End Table with Drawers: If you want to embrace a natural feel with your decor, this minimal end table can help you get there. It offers a wooden construction that highlights the wood fibers with its simplicity and natural finish. It also has a small drawer to hide everything from the remote control to the television to coasters.

Matching Coffee And End Tables

Minimalist end table with storage: Looking for a more modern touch? This square end table made of wood and metal has you covered! With its hollow top, keeping the room free of clutter will be a breeze, while the open metal base ensures that this table doesn’t feel too bulky. This is the perfect table for everywhere, from next to the sofa to tucked away next to an armchair. Available in several colors.

Benzara Brown Granite/marble End Table With Storage In The End Tables Department At

Mid Century Modern End Table: This end table offers Mid-Century Modern style with its clean lines, walnut finish and hairpin legs. But that’s not all it has. It also has a small storage drawer and cubby shelf. Use as a cubby shelf to store some of your favorite reads or a key accessory, then use the drawer to hide clutter like controllers, reading glasses and other items.

Matching Coffee And End Tables

Mid Century End Table: The combination of natural wood and a black cabinet creates a dynamic contrast on this end table. It has plenty of storage space with 2 drawers and just a hint of glam with its little brass knobs. Also available in white or solid wood.

Eames Wire Base Table: Bring iconic modern style into your home with the Eames Wire-Base Table. In the 1940s, Charles Eames witnessed all the “wonderful things being made of wire”, and thus this table was born. If you want to create a living room layout that is poignant and very versatile, we strongly recommend using several tables to create a coffee table, as shown. That way, when you have guests over, the tables can be pulled out so everyone has a place to put their drink. A good idea for smaller rooms that require great style and function!

Matching Coffee And End Tables

Unique Coffee & Side Tables To Save Your Boring Living Room (+ Rules To Make Them Work Together)

Modern C End Table: The curved chrome base gives this simple C-shaped end table and ornate quality that feels like a match made in heaven for its marble top. The shape of a C table like this is ideal for everything from using your laptop

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