Coffee Tables

Modern, Vintage, and Antique Coffee Tables

Nothing brings the furniture in your living room together like a quality vintage or antique coffee table. Our selection of antique coffee tables gives you options for any style of home decor- we've got something for everyone. From metal to wood, and from glass top to marble top, chances are we have something to enhance your living space. As furniture experts, we know that a coffee table doesn't have to just be a coffee table. It could be a side table, end table, occasional table, or even cocktail table. The choice is yours. From entryway to living room furniture, has quality furniture to be enjoyed by all.

What Coffee Tables are Available?

While antiques are our specialty, we've got a variety of options if you're looking for a vintage or modern coffee table as well. Most of these pieces are made for your living room, but that doesn't mean they wouldn't look great in your dining room, or anywhere else for that matter.

Some pieces feature a metal frame, while others feature metal legs. We offer glass coffee tables, round coffee tables, and wood coffee tables as well. Some of these function as storage coffee tables, giving the piece a practical use. 

Antique Coffee Tables

A quality antique piece is sure to bring your room together, regardless of whether the rest of the room's decor is antique or not- we have the type of versatility of product that fits any style. Our antique coffee tables are meticulously crafted from solid wood such as oak, walnut, and mahogany. Many of our pieces feature beautifully carved legs, such as cabriole legs. Our hand carved pieces, like any antique furniture from, is always in excellent condition- it withstands the test of time. Your other options include regal antique furniture styles such as the Louis XVI style, fit for a king's living room. If you're looking for storage in addition to decoration, we've got plenty of pieces featuring a drawer to add a practical use on top of elite design.

These pieces feature the use of quality materials. These include glass tabletops, metal bases, mango wood, pine wood, reclaimed wood and more!

Vintage Coffee Tables

If you'd like to add a mid century vibe to your living space, we've got the vintage coffee table to fit your style of decor. This style is a lovely combination between modernity and a touch of antique craftsmanship to bring it all together. Several of our vintage pieces shun the tradition of wood furniture, and use materials such as glass, or metals such as brass to add an extra shine.

Modern Coffee Tables

Maybe you'd like your living room decoration to be modern. We've got you covered! With pieces from contemporary designers such as Alder & Tweed, Currey & Company, and many more, our selection of modern coffee tables is sure to contain something you'll love for your decor. We recommend these pieces if your living room is adorned with a modern sofa or lamp. These contemporary pieces are generally crafted from solid wood such as oak and mahogany, although many feature a brass or glass top as well. Your choices are limitless.  

Other Furniture at

Maybe coffee tables aren't your forte. Fortunately, we've got a wide variety of best sellers ready to become the centerpiece of your space. From mid-century modern bookcases, to accent tables, dining tables, console tables, coffee table sets, loveseats and more, we have some of the nicest furniture on the market. With so many new arrivals, you're bound to find something you love. 


Coffee Tables FAQ

01 Should coffee tables be centered?

Although it is traditional for the coffee table to be in the center of the room, it is not always necessary. In fact, the shape of some rooms isn't perfect for this plan. Using two center points in a living room with an odd size might sometimes work better.

02 How far should a coffee table be from the sofa?

Allow about 16 inches between a coffee table and a couch for adequate leg room. Choose a table that is within four inches of the height of the sofa. Choose end tables that are roughly the same height as the arm of the couches or chairs they'll be next to.

03 Should a coffee table be lower than the couch?

A coffee table's height is critical. It should be no more than 1-2 inches below the couch's seat. A regular table height is 16-18 inches, which works well with a standard-sized couch. A bigger sofa need a taller table, one that stands 20-21 inches tall.

04 What is the purpose of a coffee table?

A coffee table is a low table that is used to hold beverages, remote controls, periodicals, books (particularly big, illustrated coffee table books), ornamental objects, and other small items in a sitting area.

05 What is the difference between a coffee table and a tea table?

A tea table is a small table used to serve tea. It sits in front of a sofa or settee and is higher than a coffee or cocktail table. Although they are not very popular in the United States, they can be found in old homes and English residences.

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