One of my favorite staples in living and family rooms? Coffee tables. They center a room and really stabilize a space. Also, beyond being functional, brands are bringing stylish options for every interior taste and budget. At the same time, when we were searching for our coffee table, I got total analysis paralysis. Companies offer too many styles, and it’s often hard to sort through all of the options on the market. Plus, the prices vary from place to place, and it becomes extremely overwhelming. Therefore, I wanted to share some helpful resources to research different options and to find the best coffee tables online.
Where to Buy Coffee Tables
Here’s a quick and easy list of some of the best places to buy coffee tables online. You really can’t go wrong with any of these websites below:
Anecdote is owned by Danielle Moss (The Everygirl Media Group) and our interior designer, Amelia Canham Eaton. They bring a modern take to home design, and their website has phenomenal furniture, accessories, and art.
Years ago, Anthropologie launched their home collection and the interiors industry hasn’t been the same since. I love their eclectic, whimsical home offerings. They bring a refreshing take to countless pieces, and I love the collection has a diverse mix of bohemian accents and more refined feminine pieces.
Unlike other brands, Ballard gives customers the chance to personalize a lot of their pieces, including coffee and accent tables. In fact, you can often choose finishes, colors, wood types, fabrics, and trims. We worked with them on our living and dining rooms, and I love the way both spaces turned out. Instead of a traditional coffee table, we opted for this ottoman instead.
Well, where do I start with Caitlin Wilson? Let me be clear – her brand and offerings have greatly inspired and informed my interior design style. Everything she touches turns to gold, and I love the patterns and prints that she offers on everything from pillows to bedding. I dare you to checkout her website and not buy anything. In my case, it’s an impossible task!
Crate & Barrel
It’s no secret I’m a huge fan of Crate & Barrel. In fact, we’ve worked with their team on our family room redesign and also our pantry organization. Plus, I love it’s a Chicago-based company, and I’ve had pieces in my home since I can remember (even growing up). Their coffee tables are beyond amazing – highly recommended!
The more edgy sibling to Crate & Barrel, CB2 is always changing up their seasonal collections and styles. This fall, their new arrivals are incredible – quartz and marble options, acrylic styles, and other really unique shapes.
My love of Frontgate is widely documented as we own several pieces of furniture in our home. From outdoor furniture to our primary bedroom bed and nightstands, they never let me down! The quality of their pieces is phenomenal, and I can’t say enough great things about their site.
Serena & Lily
Classic, timeless, and effortless, Serena & Lilly’s furniture is always impeccable. We own their bestselling dining chairs, this chic side table, and several accessories. Their coffee tables are truly divine!
Over the years, I’ve started to really love West Elm’s offerings. Yes, it can skew a bit modern at times, but they balance timeless and classic pieces within their offerings. Plus, there’s a diverse mix of materials from gold to wood, marble and quartz.
For more affordable options, World Market is a great one-stop shop for your coffee table needs. Pro tip: sort their website pages by bestselling styles to get to the good stuff. Some of their pieces are wild for my taste, so that quick fix helps you get to the star styles vs. the duds.
Our Coffee Table
We chose this disappearing lucite coffee table to add visual interest to our family room. Since lucite is clear, it creates a floating-like effect within the space. Amelia, our interior designer, taught us to mix materials within our space. “Never be too matchy matchy,” she explained. A nearly impossible task for someone who loves all things that match, haha! However, she’s 100% right – the more we mix fabrics and textures, the better I love our space.
Here’s the catch about lucite – it gets very dusty! Thankfully, you can’t really tell unless you’re looking closely. However, I find myself dusting ours a lot. In general, I don’t mind dusting at all, so it doesn’t really bug me.