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.
A wooden spool as a coffee table. Perfectly modern-country or too salvage-y?
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The inspiration for Matt Carr's ingenious biblioteca bookshelf came from two found vintage coffee tables which he reconfigured into a bookshelf. His very cool 44 x 37 x 11" creation will set you back $725, but I'm thinking if you have or come across some unwanted coffee tables (a note for your next Good Will shopping trip) you could get handy with a saw and make one of your own. Maybe use some dowels to hold the feet to the table below and add...
Do you feel bad for discarded pallets? I do. Such waste! Such potential! Like this coffee table for example, which is a mere shadow of its former dump heap self. Esprit Cabane explains the procedure, which includes using mortar to fill the gaps between the slats. Via.
I spotted this Coffee Table at an open house this afternoon.
It has that Noguchi Table vibe but would cost considerably less than $1,299. I like the quirky humour that uses coffee table books as, well, coffee table books.
The staging company who did the house just stacked up books that the homeowner already had then jammed the tempered glass on top. I'm not completely convinced by the dead cow rug (I like my dead cow lightly seasoned and...
The top of The Wave coffee table is outfitted with LEDs that are activated when they see motion. ‘Using a network of 32 active and passive near-infrared optical sensors and a clever fully analog circuit design, the light patterns sweep outwards from your motion with perfect fades, glowing stronger the closer the movement is, rippling across a pool of 480 super-bright white LEDs. It works in full sunlight or total darkness.’ Each table is custom...