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Modern Coffee Tables

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Grand Coffee Table by MODLOFT
MODLOFT Grand Coffee Table from $699.00
Pac Coffee Table by Arktura
Arktura Pac Coffee Table $1,395.00
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Doux Coffee Table by Vondom
Vondom Doux Coffee Table from $505.00

Good Side Coffee Table by Hinterland
Hinterland Good Side Coffee Table $1,400.00


Krefeld Table by Knoll
Knoll Krefeld Table $3,183.25 $3,745.00
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Hester Ottoman by MODLOFT
MODLOFT Hester Ottoman from $349.00
Faz Coffee Table by Vondom
Vondom Faz Coffee Table from $835.00

Blow Coffee Table by Vondom
Vondom Blow Coffee Table from $625.00
Dino Triangular Small Coffee Table by BDI
BDI Dino Triangular Small Coffee Table $689.00
Vela Sun Chaise Table - Basic by Vondom
Vondom Vela Sun Chaise Table - Basic from $345.00

Frame Coffee Table by Vondom
Vondom Frame Coffee Table from $725.00
Vela Round Coffee Table - Basic by Vondom
Vondom Vela Round Coffee Table - Basic from $955.00
Dino Triangular Large Coffee Table by BDI
BDI Dino Triangular Large Coffee Table $739.00

Frame Sun Chaise Table by Vondom
Vondom Frame Sun Chaise Table from $350.00
Swole Medium Table by Blu Dot
Blu Dot Swole Medium Table $399.00
Satellite Oval Cocktail Table by Loll Designs
Loll Designs Satellite Oval Cocktail Table $651.50

Satellite Round Cocktail Table by Loll Designs
Loll Designs Satellite Round Cocktail Table $748.00
Illuminated Faz Coffee Table by Vondom
Vondom Illuminated Faz Coffee Table from $1,035.00
Vela Coffee Table - Basic by Vondom
Vondom Vela Coffee Table - Basic from $955.00

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Fermob 39"x31" Costa Low Table $1,193.00
Fin Coffee Table by BDI
BDI Fin Coffee Table $909.00




Coffee tables are definite attention-getters. Their central place in a living room, often literally, accords them a major starring role, so it’s little wonder that shopping for this centerpiece presents some challenges. With the wide variety of contemporary tables available,  arriving at the ideal design for your space may take a good deal of time and effort. Typically, size, shape and materials will be the primary deciding factors when you start shopping, so review these guidelines to help narrow your choices down:

Modern coffee tables: think scale, not size

While the size of a room and its related space limitations will obviously determine how large or small you finally buy, size (in and of itself) is less of a factor than size in relation to the other furnishings in a room or space. A coffee table that appears to be the perfect size out of context, may not be nearly as impactful when viewed along with the furniture, lighting, and decor already in place, while a central table that appears to be too small may end up looking perfect in your home. So, rather than fixate on size, think about the overall composition of your room first, and how your coffee table will fit into that composition—how prominent or understated a role it will play—and then shop accordingly.

Contemporary coffee table shapes: there are no rules 

Square, round, hexagon, asymmetrical. There’s no such thing as a perfect shape for because shape is specific to a table’s design features and the personal preferences of its owner. Whether or not a particular shape is better for your space is impossible to predict, so don’t get too invested in shape over other more important things, like quality, style, and how it fits into the room’s overall design scheme. Consider the rest of the elements in your room or space, how decorative or practical you want your table to be, and, of course, how passionately you feel about a particular design.

Unique coffee tables: pay attention to materials and maintenance

From glass to wood, steel to plastic, the material choices for coffee tables is almost limitless. But remember that like a sofa or favorite chair, the hard working coffee table tends to see a lot of use. Unlike other pieces of furniture, though, these tables tend not to fall out of fashion easily, making the investment in a well-designed, piece worthy long-term investment.

Expensive contemporary tables, which are made from precious materials or are one-of-a-kind designs, may be visually arresting, but may also require extra care and maintenance. The key is to focus on how you expect your coffee table to be used, and which materials make more sense for your particular needs. Glass, certain metals, and plastic composites typically are low-maintenance materials, requiring little more than a wipe with a damp cloth, while polished, high-quality wood may be easily marked by liquids, for instance, requiring coasters or other maintenance considerations. When shopping for designer coffee tables, simplicity, quality and longevity remain good guidelines—as they do for all modern design.