Tray Coffee Table

Tray Coffee Table

14 of 20 Let The Table Shine When you have a coffee table that is a work of art in itself like this one, let the table do the talking. A trio of vases looks surprisingly minimal, while their shiny finish mirrors the tabletop. Courtesy of Stacy Curran of SouthShoreDecorating.com
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Tray Coffee Table

Let The Table Shine When you have a coffee table that is a work of art in itself like this one, let the table do the talking. A trio of vases looks surprisingly minimal, while their shiny finish mirrors the tabletop. Courtesy of Stacy Curran of SouthShoreDecorating.com
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Tray Coffee Table

When you have a coffee table that is a work of art in itself like this one, let the table do the talking. A trio of vases looks surprisingly minimal, while their shiny finish mirrors the tabletop.
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Tray Coffee Table

19 of 20 Stagger Small Round Coffee Tables Don’t stop at one (or two!) coffee tables when your supply is of the quaint, round variety. Stagger three circular tables throughout your spot and choose a different accent for each — say, a book, a candle and a plant. Tim Street-Porter

Tray Coffee Table

Stagger Small Round Coffee Tables Don’t stop at one (or two!) coffee tables when your supply is of the quaint, round variety. Stagger three circular tables throughout your spot and choose a different accent for each — say, a book, a candle and a plant. Tim Street-Porter
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Tray Coffee Table

We know, we know, you’re already styling with (and we would hope: reading!) coffee table books. But instead of stacking them, consider splaying them out in a neat grid and layering the rest of your pieces on top.
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Tray Coffee Table

A bi-level coffee table offers even more room to show off your favorite living room flourishes. Here, boxes and flowers match the room’s earthy color palette, pulling the space together warmly.
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Tray Coffee Table

1 of 20 Use Books As A (Low) Base We know, we know, you’re already styling with (and we would hope: reading!) coffee table books. But instead of stacking them, consider splaying them out in a neat grid and layering the rest of your pieces on top. Casey Curry
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Use Books As A (Low) Base We know, we know, you’re already styling with (and we would hope: reading!) coffee table books. But instead of stacking them, consider splaying them out in a neat grid and layering the rest of your pieces on top. Casey Curry
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11 of 20 Color Coordinate A bi-level coffee table offers even more room to show off your favorite living room flourishes. Here, boxes and flowers match the room’s earthy color palette, pulling the space together warmly. Simon Upton
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Color Coordinate A bi-level coffee table offers even more room to show off your favorite living room flourishes. Here, boxes and flowers match the room’s earthy color palette, pulling the space together warmly. Simon Upton
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Don’t stop at one (or two!) coffee tables when your supply is of the quaint, round variety. Stagger three circular tables throughout your spot and choose a different accent for each — say, a book, a candle and a plant.