Simple Round Coffee Tables Under $600
Finding a good coffee table can be easier said than done! Deciding between shapes and sizes is enough to make your head spin. Over the years, I’ve kept a running list of my favorites that I refer to again and again. To help with your living room design, I’m sharing these simple round coffee tables with you!
Simple Round Coffee Tables:
After working on many living room spaces, I’ve found that round tables can make a space feel cozy and invite conversation.
Consistent with my designs, I look for affordable coffee tables with clean lines.
- Streamlined Wood and Metal Coffee Table
- Black Coffee Table with Storage
- Round Wood Table
- Woven Coffee Table
- Modern Black Circle Coffee Table
- Round Pedestal Table
- Natural Wood Coffee Table
- Tray Coffee Table with 4 Legs
Why Choose a Round Coffee Table?
There are a few reasons a round table might work better in a space instead of a rectangular table.
- Space: When thinking about the room walking path, a round table might make it easier to get from one area to another. For example, round tables work well with sectionals.
- Function: Round tables invite a gathering. So if you want people to cozy up around the space to drink, chat, or play games, it might be a good option.
- Contrast: If a lot of the furniture in a room is already square, adding a round table is a good way to break up the boxiness.
Is a round table better for small spaces?
Generally speaking, round tables work well in small spaces. They reduce bumping and taking up pathways.
However, some round tables, like those with 3-4 legs can actually take up quite a bit of room. To maximize small spaces look for tables with a minimal overall footprint and other features like a shelf for storage.
What size should it be?
Round coffee tables vary greatly in size. You’ll want to consider the proportion to the couch or sectional as well as size of entire room.
For smaller spaces, look for round tables with a diameter of 28″ – 32.”
How to Style a Round Coffee Table?
When styling a round table, think of it in thirds. Include a grouping of 3 items, layering them together either centered or slightly off center.
For examples, you might include a vase, a stack of books, and a candle.
Check out my Home Decor Coffee Table Books to get started and my Shelf Styling Decor Guide which includes a lot of great option for table styling.
Also, I’ve gathered up some of my favorite Entryway Console Tables to help make allll those table decisions.
On another note, thank you all for your kind words & support for my One Room Challenge reveal last week! The room is still a work in progress and I’ll keep you showing you the process!