Here at Blinds2Go, we love to celebrate all that the high street has to offer. In the ‘High Street to Home’ series, we’ll be giving you our top ten picks from the High Street, providing you with all the inspiration you need to fix up your home.
When thinking of a coffee table, it needn’t just be a short, stubby structure. Designers are pushing the mark on what makes a modern coffee table, taking everything from material, shape, storage and size into consideration.
We’ve scoured the stores for our top ten Coffee Tables.
Kicking of the countdown, we have this uber-trendy table from Dwell. Constructed with a high gloss finish, it has a smooth, ultra sleek design. We love the alternative shape with this one, adding artistic yet futuristic vibes to your living room.
Welcome to the space age with this super sleek, contrasting coffee table. Multiple layers give you plenty of storage space, or leave them bare, allowing you to marvel in all their beauty.
You won’t struggle looking for space for your telly mags with this table. The smooth solid Oak is perfectly polished, whilst the curved underlip adds an extra softening touch.
We love this rustic inspired table from Tesco. It’s delicate yet robust and reminds us a little the lap trays we used to use. It may not have any storage space underneath but what it lacks in that, it makes up for in style.
We like this coffee table because it’s nothing more than beautifully crafted Walnut finished wood. It’s strong and powerful, but can easily be brightened up for a stupendous home.
Every home needs a ‘man drawer’ and we believe that this stylish Oslo Coffee Table is the perfect place for it. This table is great for a busy family home, with plenty of storage inside.
City chic has never been so defined than with this art deco coffee table from Barker and Stonehouse. The pine veneer table is elegant whilst the lacquered feature can be positioned to fit your living space, creating extra surfaces when you have guests.
We love this country coffee table from Next. The simple colour scheme works beautifully within neutral settings, whilst it hosts a multitude of storage solutions. You won’t find yourself short of space for all your niknaks.
This coffee table looks as if it’s just come out of the Tate and into our homes. It’s artistic and sophisticated. The table is very urban, but we can also see the kids using it as a race track for their toys.
The Liatorp Coffee Table has topped our list for many reasons. Firstly, the shape is just impeccable. The legs are streamlined to keep it quaint. Secondly, the finish is smooth and polished, perfect for an intricate interior design. Finally, we move onto the storage. The shelf has bags of space. But the most impressive part, is the display drawer. The table is topped with a glass, making it perfect to exhibit some of your most prized possessions.
So there you have it, 10 of our favourite tables from the high-street.