No living room can go without a coffee table. But what do you do when you’re working with a small space or a long narrow living room? These narrow coffee table ideas will come to the rescue. Don’t think you have to sacrifice style and design either, because I’ve scoured my favorite sources for coffee tables of all sorts of shapes and sizes that will fit in different kinds of living room. Decorating bohemian living room? No worries. Want a modern living room? You’ve got tons of options. Going for a retro or vintage look? There are coffee tables for you. Keep scrolling to see coffee tables that will fit in small and big spaces alike.
15 Narrow Coffee Table Ideas For Small Spaces
Save Space, But Don’t Skimp On Style
When it comes to furnishing small living rooms, floor space is precious. It’s especially precious if you have a narrow space. Narrow coffee tables are one of my go-to solutions for small and narrow space dilemmas! Take a look at some of my favorites.
1. Bohemian Narrow Coffee Table
If your design aesthetic is more laid-back bohemian, a simple coffee table with a warm wood finish will easily match all your colorful furniture and eclectic prints.
2. Mint Green Narrow Coffee Table
Incorporate some color to your coffee tables! Pastels like mint green or Pantone colors like rose quartz and serenity are trendy options.
3. Storage Narrow Coffee Table
Small spaces need as much storage as they can get, even in the living room. Narrow coffee tables with shelves and drawers are practical choices.
4. Mid-Century Narrow Coffee Table
I love mid-century designs! The geometric shapes, warm colors, and cozy wood touches are so inviting. This narrow coffee table from West Elm passes all the requirements—reddish wood, angular feet, and a luxurious marble finish.
5. Wood Narrow Coffee Table
6. Rustic Narrow Coffee Table
Wood pallet furniture pieces give your living room a rustic feel. The uneven wood pallets give narrow coffee tables quirk, don’t you think?
7. Minimalist Narrow Coffee Table
Sometimes, simple is better. A clean, white narrow coffee table is a no-fail choice you can use even if you keep remodeling.
8. Wood and Black Narrow Coffee Table
Black or metal accents can turn a rustic wood coffee table into a chic living room centerpiece. An angular design looks so modern!
9. Vintage Narrow Coffee Table
For formal living rooms or more traditional homes, pick narrow coffee tables with intricate details. Your coffee table won’t just be a centerpiece, it’ll be a conversation starter as well!
10. Marble Narrow Coffee Table
If you think marble is reserved for luxurious or traditional homes, think again. Upgrade marble coffee tables with metal and gold accents, as well as more minimalist designs.
11. Upholstered Narrow Coffee Table
Cloth or upholstered furniture can turn a simple living room into a warm, inviting space. So, why not pick out an upholstered coffee table? Style it with a blanket for added coziness.
12. Clear Narrow Coffee Table
13. Nesting Narrow Coffee Table
I’m so glad nesting tables are back in style! They’re one of my favorite small space solutions since you can expand or combine them however you like. This glass and gold set will turn your living room into an Instagram-worthy space!
14. Retro Narrow Coffee Table
Bring in some retro fun with warm wood coffee tables. This one even has added shelving underneath!
15. Oval Narrow Coffee Table
Bored of rectangular narrow coffee tables? Oval ones are a fun and unique option you can explore. This one has 2 levels so you’ll have even more space to decorate and style!
Watch this video from One Kings Lane to get tips for styling your coffee tables:
Honestly, the only thing different with narrow coffee tables is their size. Design-wise, there are narrow options for practically any look or feel you want to achieve with your living room. Isn’t that great?
What narrow coffee table is your favorite? Let me know below in the comments! Want more living room ideas? Check these out!
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Originally posted on August 15, 2016 @ 5:42 AM