Finding a stylish coffee table can be a tough task, whether you’re furnishing your first apartment or graduating from IKEA. Don’t get us wrong: The Scandi line is one of our favorite go-to brands for everything from inventive small space finds to colorful summer accessories, but mixing and matching is one of the greatest joys of home decor—well, that and seeing it all come together when you finally find the perfect combo of budget-friendly yet stylish options.
In the name of finding the perfect coffee table, we looked through our favorite furniture brands for the pieces that would shine bright in just about any living space. We chose options under $800, so whether you’re looking for marble accents and brass trim or glass tops and hardwood legs, there’s something for everyone to love—even insanely chic IKEA coffee tables you’d never guess are from the Swedish retailer.
Moss Design Coffee Table, ABC Home ($795)
Made by craftsmen in Italy, each table features a unique variation on natural tree ring patterns. The stucco finish gives each hardwood table a polished look that works well in light-filled, natural spaces.
Listerby Coffee Table, IKEA ($129)
Though Scandinavian in nature, this IKEA coffee table looks like it belongs in a high-end furniture collection. The oak veneer and cylindrical legs feel particularly trendy and elevated.
Miotto Acrylic Curve Coffee Table, Urban Outfitters ($429)
For a truly minimalist look, this acrylic clear coffee table boasts a sloping, curved edge and a glossy finish. It’s also super lightweight and can be moved easily, making it ideal if you like to change things up often.
Comb Coffee Table, Says Who For Bolia ($797)
All hail Queen B—the one that inspired this honeycomb-shaped table that is. The geometric bottom allows for storage thanks to the removable top, and the table comes in a variety of colors—like gray, walnut, and white—so that it can work equally well with a multitude of spaces.
Brass and Glass Coffee Table, Coming Soon ($625)
The simplicity of this glass-and-brass coffee table is what makes this vintage 1970s piece so enticing. It won’t visually clutter your space and can serve as the perfect backdrop to your bold sculptural florals.
Alle Coffee Table Medium by Staffan Holm, Hem ($379)
Think of Hem as a brand that harbors IKEA’s minimalist simplicity but slightly elevated. Designed by Finland-based designer Stefan Holm, this simple option comes in three colors and a solid oak finish. The best part? You don’t even need tools to assemble this table, so you’ll keep your sanity in check too.
Intertwine Triangle Marble Coffee Table, CB2 ($599)
We can picture this sleek gold-and-marble number with a jewel-toned couch, light leather armchairs, or even a smart suede sectional. Seriously, It’ll go with literally anything. Top with flowers or your favorite books for contrast or leave it bare to let the marble top shine.
Anton Solid Wood Coffee Table, West Elm ($320)
We’re obsessed with the sleek Carrara marble on this otherwise simple steel-frame box. It comes in two different sizes, making it a rare find for small spaces, but it’s also thin enough to work as a side table.
Kvistbro Coffee Table, IKEA ($60)
At under $60, this IKEA white coffee table with extra storage space cannot be beaten. Just store your favorite occasional floor pillows or extra blankets to pull out when your guests need a space to sit or are feeling particularly cozy.
Shroom Coffee Table, CB2 ($499)
A unique mix of marble, granite, and stone come together to form an industrial-chic table inspired by sleek Scandi style. Natural variations in tone and texture add interest, but this is one style where the shape steals the show.
Elemental Coffee Table, Anthropologie ($798)
Complementary oak and marble shelves allow this table to appeal to mid-century modern and contemporary lovers alike. The lower level can also be used as a smart storage space, while the gold legs turn up the glam factor.
Mid-Century Pop-Up Storage Coffee Table, West Elm ($699)
There’s no better combo than sleek marble and walnut wood, but what if we told you this option also allows for built-in shelving and a pop-up top to reveal hidden storage? The top even works as a desk for when you can’t be bothered to move from your sofa to your home office (hey, we’ve all been there).
Dupree Coffee Table, Pottery Barn ($699)
We can all agree that natural wood is gorgeous, but cleaning it can be a real chore. And seriously, who has the time, anyway? This heathered grey option is kiln-dried, which ensures the material will never warp, crack, or split, while the lacquer finish is oil-based (which means no stains). It also features a hidden compartment for extra storage if you want to hide all your embarrassing reads before your friends come over.
Alcide Black Marble Coffee Table, CB2 ($699)
Do you like your home to skew on the darker side? Black marble just might be your material of choice. The gold legs prevent the coffee table from looking too serious and the U-shape adds an unfinished feel and gives it a more relaxed aesthetic.
Leopold Cocktail Table, Modtempo ($599)
Marble is always a safe bet when you’re looking to let your coffee table be a statement-making addition to your home decor. We love the geometric design in the elevated gold steel base: The open and airy shape balances out the sturdy marble top.
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