3 Ways to Rethink Your Coffee Table with Target

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By Chanel Dror
casual and comfy living room

As the focal point of the space, your coffee table has a big impact on not just what you see when you enter your living room, but also, what you feel. Does your low slung table encourage you to kick back? Is it piled with books to inspire reading and creativity? We love the idea of setting the tone for how you want to use your space by choosing a coffee table that’s perfect for your needs, and styling it in a way that aligns with your goals. Need some ideas? Below, browse three of our all time favorite living spaces, and see how we used furniture and decor exclusively from Target to recreate the looks.

featured image from Architectural Digest

1. Go boho.

Explore your inner artist in a bohemian living room with a large textural area rug, and low, plush seating that’s perfect for lounging with a big group. A large wooden coffee table allows plenty of surface area for inspiring books, records and drinks. We can’t imagine a better place to dim the lights, bust out the guitar, and have a night to remember.

Get the look:

Minsmere Coffee Table
Mixed Pattern Wall Decor
White Textured Vase
Tufted Oversize Square Pillow
Metallic Global Stripe Velvet Pillow
Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin
Useless Magic by Florence Welch

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2. Make it fun.

Create a space that’s perfect for the everyday with a streamlined coffee table that doubles as a homework station. White walls with pops of color and pattern are modern and chic, and inspire creativity in anyone who spends time in this vibrant living room.

Get the look:

White Madsen Accent Tables
Framed Abstract Watercolor Wall Canvas
Geometric Tufted Area Rug
Wire Pencil Cup
White Vase Watering Can
Green Vase
Olive Green Vase
Pink Woven Linework Oversized Pillow
Blue Geo Throw Pillow

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3. Get zen.

Find inner peace in a living room that’s neutral and serene. Keep this coffee table cleared off to allow for clutter-free thinking, and draw on decor and textiles in casual materials to keep things warm and balanced. Then inhale, and exhale.

Get the look:

Lanham Coffee Table
Jute Braided Area Rug
Rattan Wicker Wall Hanging
Black Wooden Vase
Teak Wood Round Vase
The Year of Less Book
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings Book