With different styles to match your seating and furniture, our coffee tables keep everything you like to have close by. It's the ideal place for your TV remote, phone, and even books that you can store underneath on a shelf or in a drawer for a clutter-free look.
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What IKEA coffee tables are in style now?
The coffee tables trending at IKEA are subject to change based on the current season and customer demand, as we regularly update the product line. However, some popular and timeless options from IKEA that have been consistently well-liked by our customers include the LACK, VITTSJÖ, LÖVBACKEN, and HEMNES coffee tables. These tables come in various sizes, materials and designs that can fit any room style.
It is always recommended to check our website or visit your local store for the latest collection and availability.
Do coffee tables have to match?
Coffee tables do not have to match. Many interior designers suggest mixing and matching different styles, colours, and materials to create a diverse and personalised look in your living room.
It's always good to play around with different options and see what works best for your space. Ultimately, the key is to choose a coffee table that you love and that works well in your space.
What size coffee table do I need?
The size of the coffee table you need will depend on the size of your room and your furniture layout. A general rule of thumb is that a coffee table should be about two-thirds the length of your sofa. Additionally, it should be proportionate to the other furniture in the room and not so large that it overpowers the space. If you have limited space in your room, consider using a smaller coffee table or a nesting table that can be easily stored when not in use.
How tall should be a coffee table? Can a coffee table be higher or lower than the sofa?
A general rule of thumb is that a coffee table should be around the same height as the seat cushions of your sofa. This allows for easy reach and a comfortable distance when sitting and using the table. Typically, the standard height of a coffee table is between 41-46cm (16-18 inches), but it can vary based on the design.
A coffee table that is taller than your sofa can be difficult to access and use. Conversely, a shorter table can be less visually pleasing or practical for certain activities like eating or playing games. If you decide to use a higher or lower coffee table than your sofa, ensure that the height difference is not too great and that it still works well with your space's overall design and function.
What are IKEA coffee tables made of?
Some of the materials used in our coffee tables include:
- Wood: Many coffee tables are made of solid wood, such as pine, birch, or ash. These tables have a natural look and feel and can be stained or painted to match the decor of your room.
- MDF: Medium-density fibreboard (MDF) is an engineered wood made from wood fibres that are glued and pressed together. MDF is a popular material for IKEA coffee tables because it is strong, stable, and affordable.
- Metal: Some IKEA coffee tables are made of metal, such as steel or aluminium. These tables have a modern and industrial look and are often paired with glass or wood for a contrasting look.
- Glass: IKEA also offers coffee tables with glass tops, providing customers with a sleek and modern option for their living spaces. Glass tops can make a room feel brighter and more open. Additionally, they are easy to clean and maintain, making them a practical choice for busy households.
- Laminate: We also have coffee tables with laminate tops, which are made of a thin layer of plastic applied to a particleboard or MDF core. Laminate is a durable and affordable option, and it is available in a wide range of colours and patterns to match any decor.
It is worth noting that IKEA coffee table designs are often easy to assemble and disassemble, making them a popular option for renters, students, or anyone who moves frequently.