Published at Thursday, August 01st 2019, 00:19:40 AM. Coffee Table. By Fredda Ostermann.
The 1970's were an absorbing decade for home design. From easy and earthy to bold and flashy design elements during this time enveloped a lot of ground. These looks really carry over to the more contemporary decorating motifs that we see today. A considerbale way to incorporate a 70's vibe into your pride living room without getting too retro is by attaching a coffee table that channels those times.
Here we have collected some excellent examples to give inspiration in your search.
#1 Azumaya Folding Coffee TableAzumaya's folding coffee table (in walnut) is perfect for any 70's style room. Lighter, natural wood was a staple for the decade, and this modern table is both a space saver and a focal point. Its stain‐coated finish gives it a sleek look while the foldable legs bring a more contemporary aspect to the design.
#2 Versanora Bloccare Coffee TableThe Bloccare coffee table follows suit with a design that's both fitting for the time period however ties together a modern space. The natural walnut finish is accented by a partially black surface and the easy lines/contemporary construction creates this piece a classic.
It was created with eco‐friendly material, has hidden storage, and gives you ample space for remotes, food, drinks, and more. You could get it with or without expert assembly. It comes with full instructions and takes about 40 minutes to put together.
#3 Safavieh Gold Coffee TableAlong with the natural wood look, the 70's was all about the glam. Black and gold, disco balls, bronze decor. Safavieh's gold coffee table adds just the right amount of glam to any 70's‐theme room, creating a beautiful focal point or an eye‐catching item by the window.
It's circular design is sleek and brings a contemporary feel to the vintage decade. Each table is handmade, too, meaning that no two are exactly the same (perfect for those who love having unique pieces in their homes).
#4 Round Gold Leaf Coffee TableThis circular table adds the same amount of glam with a smidge more subtlety. It has an antique gold finish over an open metal frame with a mirrored glass surface.
With no assembly required, this table is a beautiful conversation piece for any living room and brings a timeless vibe to the space. At 35.5" wide, it's the best spot for magazines, serving trays, accent decor, and drinks.
#5 Velvet and Glass Coffee TableVelvet was big in the 70's. It was all over the fashion industry: pants, shirts, even bathing suits were made out of this glamorous material.
For people who didn't want to wear it however loved the look, a table like this was a should‐have for their home. It has a tempered glass surface and works great as a coffee table or an ottoman. The tufted body adds a stylish pop to any room that's sure to be both a focal point and a conversational starter for you and your guests.
#6 Henn&Hart Coffee TableHenn&Hart's coffee table is a great space saver for any place. It nests as a full‐size coffee table for everyday use, however a slightly smaller one could be pulled out for extra room when you have guests or are entertaining.
The soft, sleek design achieves its look with a glass top surface and a steel frame that's been painted gold. Who says you could't have a glamour piece in your living room that's also expandable?
#7 Solid Wood Round TableAnother wide trend in the 70's was handmade accents pieces‐specifically ones that were hand‐woven or made with macrame. It was one of the easiest things to incorporate considering you can just hang a piece on your wall and call it good.
This table, though, brings a fresh hand‐woven accent to your home while and complementing the natural wood trend. The material is woven around iron supports and is environmentally friendly. It's the ideal end table for any couch.
#8 Rotating Wood Coffee TableThis table brings the late‐60s/early‐70s right to your home. It has a contemporary shape with a vintage vibe, and the glass surface provides this table some extra shelving space.
Best of all, it rotates! Utilize the glass as a shelf on some days and a tabletop on others. The black oak material shows the merge between the 60's and 70's, where wooden pieces were favored however before it was all about the lighter styles.
It does need some assembly, however the finished product brings a fashionable edge to your home.
#9 Retro Walnut Coffee TableThis walnut coffee table combines a vintage aesthetic with a modern industrial feel, giving it the ability to attach a 70's vibe to the most contemporary room. The textured tabletop has a medium brown finish‐a perfect balance between light and dark woods.
It stands on four wireframe legs that help open the space. This table needs minimal assembly, however could 'hold up' to 60lbs and is best for drinks, serving trays, books, and more.