So you're on the hunt for a new coffee table. You've come to the right place, because today we're sharing tons of resources for tables that won't break the bank. Here are 50 different options from 10 retailers in a variety of gorgeous styles.
Maybe it’s me, but I am feeling like concrete can be used for almost EVERY project these days. It’s such a versatile medium and the creative community is always busting out new uses for it! My current favorite is this industrial-looking coffee table with a concrete surface!
Admittedly, I’m not a huge fan of the ‘before’ version of this Heritage table, from Amazon. It feels a little bulky and lacks personality. All that is about to change though because this table just got a face lift. Check out the transformation.
Roll out! Or roll away. Or roll open, shut, or partially closed at a jaunty angle. All this (and more!) is possible with this colorful DIY coffee table. Say goodbye to storage woes, my friends… and just keep rollin’.
First things first, the instructions for this DIY project are in… Dutch. BUT, it’s so simple, that even the sketchy Google Translate results are enough to figure everything out. Plus, c’mon, creativity knows no bounds, right? Right. Continue Reading
Remember the Han Solo in Carbonite Desk that made the rounds last year? It wasn’t exactly attractive. Kind a clunky. Today I spotted a more tasteful (?) coffee table version made by the U.K.’s R9. No word on the price, but you know some Star Wars fanatics. No price is too high to pay homage to their heroes.
For fifteen years, this sad little, garage-sale-find coffee table was collecting dust in Melissa’s garage. A reconfiguration of living room furniture compelled her to rescue it from its isolation and give it a new life. The little table went from sad to blue, but a very happy blue indeed!
Moral of the story: Be brave with color. You can read all about the adventures of the little table over at The Inspired Room.
You know those High End/Low End photos in magazines that illustrate how you can get a high end look for a lot less? Well, these very high end, artsy coffee table designs sold by Moss could be DIY-able for much much less. Granted, original designs are unbeatable, but what if you just need a statement making coffee table?
Above is a cast aluminum fruit box, by designer Andrea Salvetti, that sells for $2,695.00. Continue Reading