Anthropologie Has Some Seriously Interesting Coffee Tables Right Now
It’s officially entertaining (slash hibernating) season, which means you’ll be spending way more time indoors than you probably anticipate. With all the hours you’ll be logging there, you might want to freshen up the space—and there’s no easier way than by upgrading your coffee table. It can be the focal point of your living room so you can impress your guests, work as an exceptional storage piece when you find yourself overwhelmed by all the stuff you’ve suddenly accumulated, or simply work as a stylish option to place your warm cup of coffee on.
Right now, some of the most head-turning styles can be found at Anthropologie. From modern looks to classic alternatives (some even on sale!), you can be sure to find the one that goes perfectly with your decor.
1. Paje Coffee Table
Handcrafted hardwood is dyed with a really relaxing indigo sheen to help bring the jungle vibes into your home—albeit in a refined way. Its interesting shape would really pop in an all-white room.
2. Optical Inlay Coffee Table
Equipped with a compact drawer that you can use for all your important knickknacks, this sleek option features one of 2020’s hottest patterns: herringbone.
3. Yukas Sun-Bleached Coffee Table
Each unique version of this table is different, thanks to the grain variations of the source tree. Rustic with an edge, this is the bohemian piece that’ll make you forget you’re in the dead of winter.
4. Tanja Trunk
Inspired by the designs of Morocco, this distressed wooden chest is a quirky addition to your living space. Store your items in the drawers, stack your magazines on the patterned top and play around with the metal accents—there are no rules when it comes to this modern piece.
5. Deluxe Tamboured Storage Coffee Table
If you’re a fan of mid-century design, look no further than this rosewood coffee table. The marble and metal will instantly elevate your living room (yes, even the sofa you toss a throw over to conceal the Great Cabernet Spill of 2019), and the hidden panels discreetly stow your books, magazines and remotes.
6. Yalini Storage Coffee Table
Containing two drawers and an intricate pattern of whimsical stars and leaves, this dreamy piece can be practical too—after all, as punchy as the design is, it’s all neutral, so it can work with pretty much any color scheme you’ve got going on.
7. Oscarine Lucite Rectangle Coffee Table
Think art deco with a twist—the brass base on this unique coffee table reflects so much light. It’s a minimalist style that still adds a touch of glam to your space and is ideal for someone who’s into the modern look.
8. Justina Blakeney Bora Coffee Table
Featuring cane and rattan for an organic feel, this relaxed option has open shelving that allows for a bit of a messy exterior—but honestly, perfection is overrated.
9. Betania Petite Coffee Table
The hourglass shape of this coffee table makes it different enough, but the bleached wood texture adds to its quirky charm just as much. It’s also on the smaller side where coffee tables are concerned, making it ideal for tinier spaces.
10. Soho Home x Anthropologie Taylor Coffee Table
In collaboration with members-only club Soho House, this rattan option takes inspiration from British colonial styles. However, with its leather binding and glass top, you could easily be transported to a sunny locale with just a change in perspective.