Need extra storage? With your living room acting as the heart of your home, it’s no wonder it can quickly become full of everyone’s bits and bobs. If you’re looking for a clever storage solution without compromising on style, consider choosing a coffee table for the best of both worlds. Work out the most practical spot for your table and be sure to measure the space before buying. Figure out what height of table is best suited to your needs, too.
1. Greenapple Ripple Glass Coffee Table
Made from one piece of 12mm curved glass for a striking look, with a smoked glass shelf for a contemporary turn. A minimalist feel ensures this piece complements any interior, while the shelf offers stylish storage ideal for magazines and books.
Greenapple Ripple Glass Coffee Table, £475, John Lewis
2. Mayfield Glass Coffee Table
Do you love Art Deco? Immerse yourself in the glamour of this chic style. This classic table features an antique copper-effect finish with clear toughened glass.
3. Curvo Glass Coffee Table
Sleek modern coffee table that will add a focal point to a contemporary living room. The slick lines and sharp angles of this design will complement other minimalist furniture perfectly.
4. Kimberley Diamond Glass Coffee Table with Matching Side Tables
Elegant Art Deco style is beautifully reflected in this glass coffee table, which is part of a set that includes two side tables. The structured lines and bold shapes create great signature pieces for the living room.
Kimberley Diamond Glass Coffee Table with Matching Side Tables, £1123, Artisanti
5. Fass Glass Coffee Table
This contemporary coffee table has been designed with a glass tabletop and a floating shelf, finished with a black ash wood veneer. The hairpin legs come in powder-coated black for a smart finish. Engineered wood, iron, tempered glass.
Fass Glass Coffee Table,
6. Gala Glass Coffee Table
This sleek coffee table is a contemporary design with smooth curves. Made from a one piece of 12mm-thick, high-specification bent glass. The clear glass adds to the sense of light and space in a room, giving a spacious feel.
Gala Glass Coffee Table, £195, Habitat
7. Roma Glass and Chrome Round Coffee Table
This round coffee table from the Roma range has oodles of star power, with its stunning glass top that comes in a choice of clear or smokey black finishes.
8. Alnwick Twin Round Glass Coffee Table
This occasional glass and chrome coffee table is a modern-day classic that makes for a stylish investment piece. The second, lower glass table top can be extended. Polished stainless steel and tempered glass.
Alnwick Twin Round Glass Coffee Table,
9. Pompidou Metal and Glass Coffee Table
One for the traditionalist at heart. With a metal frame and a toughened glass top, this coffee table is perfect for a smaller living room and adaptable enough to work in any scheme. A larger version of this table is also available.
10. Glass Coffee Table
Curvaceous coffee table with a simple, sculptural look. Great for a small space where you want to maximise the feeling of space and light.There’s nowhere to hide clutter though, so this one’s for the minimalists. Also available in smokey black.
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Jennifer is the Deputy Editor (Digital) for Homes & Gardens online. Prior to her current position, she completed various short courses a KLC Design School, and wrote across sister brands Ideal Home, LivingEtc, 25 Beautiful Homes, Country Homes & Interiors, and Style at Home.
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