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20 styles of multi-level coffee tables

20 styles of multi-level coffee tables


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1. An industrial metal coffee table


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An all round miniature format, an aerial black metal base, a metal tray and another in raw wood: this is how to bluff guests with a multi-level coffee table, both featherweight and ultra-trendy. Not only is it perfect in an industrial loft decor, but it also adapts to any modern, design or minimalist style.

2. A seventies retro wooden coffee table


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Right in the seventies' trend, the miniature varnished wood coffee table is a must in retro salons. Good news, it can also be found on several levels, goes perfectly with a contemporary decor and adds a real arty note to the room! The right details? Rounded lines and brass elements.

3. A Scandinavian coffee table in two parts


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How about cheating to create a multi-level coffee table? With two mini scandinavian style coffee tables, a mixture of light wood, round shapes and white trays, you just have to follow them to combine the decor effects: Nordic softness, trendy decor, low price and total modularity. Nesting tables that play both coffee tables and pedestal tables!

4. A low recovery table with pallets


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We know, you know the trend of pallet furniture on the tips of your handyman · s · s. But because it always packs so much, we will not hesitate to remind you of the advantages of two stacked pallets for create a coffee table in DIY on several levels: inexpensive, easy to make yourself, ecological and infinitely customizable with paint, casters, a glass tray ... and incidentally, trendy!

5. A contemporary coffee table in black and glass


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Sometimes the simplest furniture is the most decorative. In the family of low tables with floors, a minimalist and rectangular model in black is enough to give cachet to a contemporary living room. And with its glass tray, it plays the design card, a good way to energize a decor in pink and white!

6. A rustic raw wood coffee table


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An elaborate version of the pallet table, the raw wood coffee table can be homemade by those who master saw and hammer. And with its incredibly rustic look, it is as perfect in the living room as in the veranda, in an ethnic as well as natural decor ... It can do everything, including complementing garden furniture provided you treat the wood beforehand!

7. An offset designer coffee table


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In a modern decor, a designer coffee table in white lacquer always has its small effect, especially if the decor gives pride of place to bright colors. And when we are lucky, we even find a coffee table on several levels whose offset lower tray creates an ultra-chic asymmetry like sculpture, enough to give the living room an air of art gallery!

8. A modular round coffee table


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Want a modern and warm coffee table, original and modular? We associate industrial codes with light wood and gray metal, with classic codes with a round coffee table and its pull-out part. As decorative as they are functional, they fit together and dislocate over the mood and the number of guests!

9. A metal coffee table with meshed casters


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Why not combine chic and practical? With a industrial coffee table and Scandinavian, on levels and on casters, we take advantage of a decorative coffee table that moves according to needs and desires. A wooden tray, rounded lines and an XXL lower tray to store books, magazines, computers or children's toys, that's how to keep a living room tidy without compromising on trends!

10. An exotic outdoor coffee table


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On the terrace too, we appreciate the practicality of a multi-level coffee table… Especially when it is made from beautiful exotic wood, as durable as it is warm, to create a cozy and ethnic sitting area at the same time! The extra thing? A wooden floor covering and matching seats, armchair or sofa version, with large cushions in soft colors.

11. An inexpensive minimalist coffee table


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No need to invest your ELP in a designer coffee table when you set up a small living room or a student studio. The big decoration brands offer low tables at several simple and inexpensive levels, often in kit form and to be assembled yourself, which adapt to all interior atmospheres with their minimalist look. In white, the decorative faux pas is impossible!

12. A retro chic wooden coffee table


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If the oval coffee table is resolutely retro, the polished light wood and the softened edges are resolutely Scandinavian. The result is a style of furniture that blends with any decor, a warm wooden coffee table and several levels to keep the living room tidy. Add warm colors, grays and a touch of black, you get a decoration as modern as original, even with a retro table!

13. A vintage and futuristic coffee table at the same time


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When you don't have the chance to find a vintage version straight out of the 70s, you can find a modern version in current collections. In all cases, the futuristic multi-level coffee table, round and cut out on its small wheels, is a hit in the living rooms. Especially in a slightly bohemian atmosphere, which it energizes with its daring design!

14. A modern coffee table in black and white


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With a slender black metal base and two white trays with a tapered profile, the multi-level coffee table is as design as practical. Its large format accommodates the small belongings of the whole family or the trays of petit fours, it depends ... and goes perfectly with a sober industrial decor, gray, beige and blue!

15. An ultra-design coffee table in white and stainless steel


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In an interior decoration rich in graphic patterns, it is better to play sobriety with a timeless design coffee table. Lacquered white, sharp edges, a square shape, two interlocking levels and stainless steel legs, that's how to modernize classic sofas or retro wallpaper. The right detail? A geometric rug that echoes the wallpaper in a more contemporary version!

16. An industrial coffee table on casters


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It's hard to be more trendy than the metal and wood mixture, the basis of the industrial style. And if the materials are already perfect on a coffee table, they are even more so when the wooden coffee table has two raw wood trays encased in a carbon black metal base, mounted on solid industrial casters as useful as decoration!

17. An asymmetrical arty coffee table


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It is minimalist, immaculate, refined, and it has a beef effect in a living room. The secret ? Contrast the ultra-contemporary look of the asymmetrical white coffee table with several trays with a warm decor, in earth and stone tones, rich in natural materials and refined textures. The ethnic touch is a bonus.

18. A refined glass and metal coffee table


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In a modern decor as in a neoclassical interior, the luxury of metal and glass combined add a touch of elegance to the living room. With its two shiny trays, the multi-level coffee table welcomes newspapers, books, vases and other decorative items ... and contrasts nicely with a shaggy gray and fluffy carpet that warms the shades of gray!

19. A classic coffee table in dark wood


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Vintage, bought or inherited from grandmother, the old-fashioned wooden table can also become the star of decoration. The right idea? Offset its vintage and classic appearance with a more contemporary wall decoration, mixing pastel colors in monochrome. An idea to prick to modernize the dark wood coffee table of granny!

20. A sleek black coffee table


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A minimalist rectangle that lets in light, a charcoal black color and an elongated shape, metallic feet and immaculate decor ... It's hard to make more modern than the combination of black, white and metal, all the more so when the multi-level coffee table is so refined… that we could almost make it ourselves before painting it!