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This Modern Scratch and Sniff Wallpaper Line Is Literally Bananas

Flavor Paper has taken Willy Wonka’s wallpaper idea to the next level (minus the licking). It’s released three scratch and sniff wallpaper designs that are cool enough to adorn the walls of any modern space. Tommy Hilfiger papered three of the bathrooms in his Miami home with the citrus design. Deeta Von Teese chose a custom cherry print. And Elton John went bananas for the banana wallpaper print.

One of Tommy Hilfiger’s contemporary bathrooms features the citrus scratch and sniff wallpaper. Image: Architectural Digest

The three scents and patterns are bananas, cherries and citrus in a variety of designs and colors. But how does the scratch and sniff work? Micro-encapsulated fragrance oils are hand-applied to the paper. When you scratch it, you pop open the tiny capsules and release the smell.

Here are some rooms featuring the scratch and sniff wallpaper:

The whimsical yet modern cherry pattern is the perfect backdrop in a bedroom featuring an upholstered headboard. Image: Flavor Paper

The banana-scented paper in a company’s conference room is a great ice-breaker. The paper features a seafoam-color foil background. Image: Flavor Paper

Cosmopolitan Magazine’s new hair and makeup room features the cherry-scented scratch and sniff wallpaper paired with one of Flavor Paper’s new designs: Marylin Monroe’s lips. Image: Flavor Paper

This modern San Francisco nursery adds fun and whimsy by papering the walls with the banana-scented wallpaper. The jungle-themed nursery is bright and colorful. Image: Studio Munroe

A Santa Monica loft features the cherry wallpaper on an accent wall, working in harmony with the red dresser. Image: Jessica Ayromloo

Eighties retro chic colors and patterns add fun and fashion to this desk area. Image: Flavor Paper

Would you wallpaper your space with scratch and sniff wallpaper? Which one is your favorite? We’d love to hear all about it in the comments.

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What to Expect During Your New Home Walkthrough

Home inspections are usually part of the process when you’re buying an existing home. If you’re building your home, however, your builder will coordinate any necessary inspections with the city, then schedule a walkthrough with you. The walkthrough is a vital part of the building process, so it helps to come prepared. As you tour your new home with your builder, you’ll get the 411 on all the features while making sure everything’s up to par. Knowing what to expect during your new home walkthrough means you’re ready to ask the right questions and turn the key on the finished home you’ve been waiting for.

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Your new home walkthrough is the perfect time to learn about new appliances. Image: WORKS

The new home walkthrough process

Schedule between one and two hours for the entire walkthrough process. You’re not just touring the home before you close; you’re also learning about all of the features and functions in your home. Your builder needs sufficient time to go through the home so you’re comfortable using everything from the appliances to the thermostat.

The walkthrough usually involves the builder or superintendent, the buyer (you) and, if applicable, the buyer’s agent. Having all three parties present means that everyone’s interests are adequately represented. It also means getting all of your questions answered before your move-in date.

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Check trim and paint for flaws. Image: Moser Architects

The steps

While each builder has a different walkthrough process, you’ll likely go over the same general areas. Here are some of the places your builder will check with you (and some things you can look out for along the way):

  • Finish work. Most builders will mark off any cosmetic issues with blue painter’s tape. This gives a visual reminder of any finish work issues, such as scuff marks, paint touchups, exposed nails or uneven grout lines.
  • Doors and windows. Your builder will show you how to operate all doors and windows, giving you the chance to make sure all of the seals are nice and tight. Check for drafts, gaps or windows that stick.
  • Appliances and features. From the thermostat to your security system, the walkthough gives you the chance to learn about your home. Your builder will show you how to use all of the features and hand over any necessary manuals. Make sure you locate the electrical panel, fireplace controls, thermostat and security system panel, and ensure that you are comfortable in using each before you close.
  • Exterior finishes. Your builder should take you outside for an exterior inspection. Check to make sure your stucco, stone, brick or exterior finish is smooth and even. Then check the foundation of the home to make sure the ground slopes away from the home. You can also grab a pair of binoculars to check the roofing; it should be consistent and tight without gaps.
  • Warranty vs. maintenance. As you walk through the home, talk to your builder about the warranty. Most builders offer a one- to two-year warranty on things like electrical and plumbing systems. Cosmetic items that aren’t flagged during the walkthrough, however, might be considered “homeowner maintenance” once you close, so make sure you’re clear on what’s included in your warranty and what’s not.
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Pay special attention to fixtures and tiling work in the bathroom. Image: designstiles

Buyer tips 

It’s easy to see your new home through rose-colored glasses. After all, you’re excited to move in, and correcting issues could prolong the process. But it’s best to take the time to resolve potential issues with your builder before you close. Otherwise, you risk having to deal with (and pay for) them yourself. These tips can help save you time (and headaches) during and after the walkthrough.

  • Even if your builder marks off items with painter’s tape, keep a detailed written list of repairs and resolutions as you tour the home. That way, you have a written record of everything that needs to be done.
  • Tour the home and examine the finishes from every angle. If you’ll be sitting on a couch in your new living room, crouch down and see what the home looks like from that level. You might notice flaws that you hadn’t seen while standing.
  • Snap a few pictures as you examine the home, especially if you find flaws that require repairs. It’s easy to get so excited about your new home that you completely forget which areas needed attention.
  • Don’t be afraid of speaking up during your walkthrough; your builder wants you to be happy with the finished product. A dent in your appliances or a scuff on the wall might seem like no big deal, but having it resolved during the building process means one less thing to worry about on moving day.

Arrive prepared

Even if your home clears inspections with flying colors, inspectors are there to confirm that a home is built to certain standards. They aren’t looking at the paint job or making sure you got the cabinetry finish you wanted. That’s why new home walkthroughs are so important: They allow you to advocate for yourself. While a few cosmetic flaws might set you back a week or two, it’s all part of the process. A new home walkthrough ensures that your builder has met your expectations and that your home is ready for you come moving day, so arrive prepared and you’ll be that much closer to your finished home.

Do you have experience with a new home walkthrough? Any tips to share? Let us know in the comments!

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Here Are the Do’s and Don’ts of Renting

Choosing to live in a rental property offers a lot of freedom from repairs and maintenance. Typically, tenants are not responsible for tasks like cutting the grass and fixing plumbing problems. Perhaps that’s why more than 111 million Americans have chosen renting over home ownership, according to the National Multifamily Housing Council.

Renting provides convenience and independence, but there are limits to what you can do in a rental property. While specifics may vary from landlord to landlord, these are some of the general do’s and don’ts of renting a property.

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Some of the biggest do’s and don’ts of renting involve painting projects. Image: Vertebrae Architecture

Don’t go paint crazy

“Tenants like to say, ‘I’m leaving the place better than I got it,’ and some tenants might think that blood-red accent wall they painted is much better,” says Diana Valin, CPM, owner/broker at The Rental Xperts in San Diego, CA.

However, Valin tells Freshome that this is rarely the case – at least, not from the owner’s perspective – unless the parties collaborated in advance. “The best rule of thumb for tenants wanting to change things up during their time in residence is to ask for permission – and get it in writing.”

However, you can paint your furniture. If you’re craving that perfect blood-red accent color, incorporate some of it into your existing decor.

Customizing landscaping elements may lead to more problems for your landlord. Image: Cameron Landscapes and Gardens

Don’t let your green thumb go wild

While you may think of vegetable gardens or flower beds as a great use of space outside the property, it might actually cause more issues for your landlord down the road. Kristie Aylett of Ocean Springs, MS reached out to Freshome with a similar situation from her landlord friend. “The renter wanted to be reimbursed – or at least thanked – for building a tree fort in the backyard but didn’t realize the increased liability and insurance costs it presented to the homeowners.”

Valin adds: “We want [renters] to feel they can make the property their home, but if they want to customize anything during their tenancy, communicating what they want to do and getting written authorization to do it ahead of time is the key to staying out of trouble in the end.”

If you’re looking for some green in your dwelling, we recommend growing a few plants in your unit.

Consult with your landlord for major improvement projects. Image: Lighting New York

Don’t make major renovations

Valin says your rental agreement should also stipulate how improvements will be handled at move-out. “The owner that didn’t know you added ceiling fans in all of the bedrooms may be thrilled to find out that you improved his/her property but won’t necessarily want to reimburse you for the installation costs and purchase costs of the fans at move-out,” she warns. If you decide to take your fans with you at move-out, you’ll be responsible for patching/texturizing and re-painting the ceilings.

Cabinet hardware is the most likely avenue of customization and improvement and an easy way to show your creative side in the kitchen and bathroom. However, like anything, be sure to check with your landlord first.

You may have to improvise for projects that require a hammer. Image: Jennifer Giersbrook Interior

Don’t use a hammer for all of your projects

Most landlords will let you hang a few pictures or curtains on decorative rods. Aside from that, it’s important to carefully consider any decorating idea that involves the use of a hammer. In other words, scratch those thoughts about mounting cabinets in the bathroom.

That’s not to say you can’t decorate in other ways. For example, consider applying stainless steel appliance covers to the dishwasher and refrigerator. These covers come in peel-and-stick or magnetic varieties and can instantly update and transform the space.

Among the do’s and don’ts of renting is appropriate property maintenance. Image: Studio Sayer

Do help to maintain the property

Your landlord is responsible for repairs, but you, as the tenant, are responsible for informing management when there’s something amiss in your unit. Whether it’s a leaky faucet or a broken stove knob, you need to report these problems as soon as possible. If a small problem becomes a large problem and it’s deemed a result of your negligence, you may be responsible for the repairs.

As far as household pests go, your landlord is responsible for pest control; nevertheless, you are accountable for keeping your unit clean so you won’t attract pests.

Renters insurance protects items that for which your landlord isn’t responsible. Image: Ania Omski-Talwar

Do purchase renters insurance

Your landlord is ultimately responsible for the property and your unit. However, you are responsible for your personal items, such as your furniture, clothes and electronic equipment. Additionally, if someone is injured in your apartment, you might be liable for medical and legal bills. Renters insurance is a wise investment because it protects you against these unforeseen circumstances over which your landlord has no control – which is why it’s often required by your landlord.

What other do’s and don’ts of renting have you discovered? Please let us know in the comments.

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Check out the New Williams Sonoma and CNET Smart Home in San Francisco

CNET, one of the biggest and most trusted tech review websites, was way ahead of its time in 2015 when it announced that we’d all eventually live in smart homes. They were right: According to Report Linker, 41% of US homes now own at least one smart home device. And that number is growing, partially thanks to efforts like the CNET Smart Home.

CNET just launched the Xfinity CNET Smart Home in San Francisco. Williams Sonoma designed the interior of the 2,952-square-foot house with three bedrooms, a two-car garage and a backyard. In addition to the interior furnishings, Williams Sonoma provided smart kitchen products.

The home will serve as a lab for the latest home tech product tests and reviews, which will be shared online at CNET’s Guide to Smart Living. CNET’s goal is to help consumers use smart home tech to make the most of their lives and homes.

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Among the vintage items on the bookcase of the CNET Smart Home is the sleek, modern Google Home device. CNET has created a comprehensive list of all the Google Home commands available to date. Image: CNET Smart Home

Some of the smart home topics CNET plans on tackling include:

  • How to automate mornings. Program your devices to adjust lights, turn on the news and start your coffee machine once the system detects you’re awake.
  • Cooking with a little help. Enhance your cooking skills by learning how to use smart pans and voice-activated smart appliances.
  • Smart home security tips and tricks. Learn hacks to maximize your smart home security devices.
  • Green smart tech living. CNET plans on sharing how you can save energy, resources and money with eco-friendly smart home tech and programmable light fixtures.
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Among the collection of devices in the CNET Smart Home are programmable lightbulbs, remotes and security cameras. Image: CNET Guide to Smart Living

Here’s a look inside CNET’s Smart Home, furnished by Williams Sonoma

The LG Wallpaper TV is as thin as paper and equipped with Chromecast. Skip the remote — the Smart TV can receive voice commands through Google Home.

CNET smart home tour

The bed detects when you wake up and turns on the lights and the TV to your favorite channel. It also starts up the coffee maker in the kitchen. The lamp features an LED programmable lightbulb that changes colors.

The Hestan Cue smart induction cooktop teaches you how to cook, and the June Intelligent Oven is controlled by Alexa.

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Samsung’s The Frame TV blends perfectly with a gallery wall. It displays high-resolution digital art of your choice when the TV turns off.

The kids’ room features plenty of color, light and opportunities for voice command through the Alexa control center.

What smart home devices do you own or plan to pick up in the near future? Let us know in the comments. Photography by CNET.

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50 Modern Coffee Tables To Add Zing To Your Living

A coffee table is undoubtedly a classic staple that can make or break a room’s design, but they aren’t just for throwing your feet up anymore. Modern coffee tables can create extra storage, include a pop-up workspace, double as a terrarium, or even be a spot to stash your cold snacks! From hyper functional to simply stylish, see how much zing a coffee table can add with our expertly curated collection. From mid-century modern to farmhouse chic and everything in between, we made sure to include an array of designs to fit every style and budget. All you have to do is choose which one you like best!


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Dual-tone Slide-Open Modern Coffee Table With Storage: More storage? Yes, Please! This dual-tone, modern design easily slides open to reveal 4 storage compartments. Great for stashing your magazines, books, or odds and ends.


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Large Faceted Coffee Table: An unearthed gem of the modern design world. The black finish is artfully applied and manually worn down to reveal warm honey undertones on this geometric masterpiece. Created with a mix of hardwood composite, java wood, and mango wood, this is a coffee table built to last.


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Modern White Coffee Table:
Perched upon a sleek platform base, this white and black coffee table takes modern elegance to a new level with it’s tempered glass top and simplistically sleek design. The perfect table to hold your glass of vino while you peruse your latest reads.


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Modern White Rectangular Coffee Table With Chrome Legs: This chrome legged beauty not only boasts high style with its white gloss top and modern charm, it is also highly affordable, durable, and easy to clean. Available in Glossy White (shown), Cappuccino, Dark Taupe, Gray & Natural.


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Square Solid Wood Modern Rotating Coffee Table: This old timer with a modern twist is sure to be a conversation piece in any room. Elegant while stacked and charmingly unique while open, this solid wood coffee is a steal.


$257BUY IT

Modern Oval White Swivel Coffee Table: High gloss with a retro 60’s feel, this swivel coffee table is a vintage charmer. The expandable table space is a gem when it comes to parties. Plus, the unique design is sure to catch everyone’s eye.


$460BUY IT

Modern Style Square Marble Coffee Table: This modern coffee table is both chic and sophisticated with its trendy geometric shape. The genuine marble table top is available with gold legs (shown) or silver.


$131BUY IT

Modern Round Coffee Table With Faux Marble Top: This faux marble coffee table is a great choice for those who want high style without the high price tag. Also available with a glass or walnut table top.


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The Drum Coffee Table: Minimalist with its round design and elegantly rich with a bronze finish over stainless steel, this is one luxurious coffee table. A great piece for when you need something simple, yet bold.


$238BUY IT

Modern Mirrored Coffee Table: Nothing says glam quite like the high shine of a mirror finish and that is exactly what you get with this contemporary coffee table. With its mirrored top and chrome plated legs, it gleams with modern charm.


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Stylish Modern Wood & Glass Coffee Table With Storage Drawers: Glass and wood combine to create this edgy coffee table that looks straight out of the future. Not only is it gorgeous with its bold angular design, it also features 4 stylish storage compartments and is available in white (shown) or espresso.


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Modern Glass Coffee Table: Floating fruit anyone? Bold, yet barely there, this airy, all glass coffee table is quite the show piece. The U shaped design and minimalist style make it a table that truly ties in with any decor.


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Modern Grey Coffee Table With Tempered Glass Base: The combination of the opaque top paired with the transparent glass sides elevate this simple and clean design to new heights. Available in 6 colors: Gray (shown), Cappuccino, Dark Taupe, Glossy Gray, Glossy White and Gray Cement.


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Black Modern Coffee Table: Simplistic and bold collide to create this lush, glossy coffee table. Its clean design, durability, and unusual shape make it a must-have for a modern bachelor pad.


$228BUY IT

Small Modern Coffee Table: Who knew that wooden crates could look so great!? This rustic coffee table is a storage haven for any farmhouse styled decor. The ideal place to show off your latest reads, all while keeping your table top clear. Available in Weathered Wood (shown) or Espresso.


$140BUY IT

Modern Glass Top Coffee Table With Wooden Legs: Its unexpected wooden legs contrasting against the white shelf and glass table top make this timeless design a must have for either urban or country decor. Available in two models: Donatella (shown) and Massimo.


$302BUY IT

Modern Rustic Coffee Table: The wood plank table top and contrasting finishes on this rustic coffee table help give it that most sought after country chic vibe. A matching sofa table and end tables are also available.


$206BUY IT

Danish Modern Coffee Table: Part art, part furniture, this geometric coffee table is a modern treat with a Scandinavian vibe. The oval, Danish design is great for rooms with lots of style, but little space.


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Scandinavian Style Coffee Table: Both stylish and functional, this mid-century coffee table also acts as a small storage solution and looks great while doing it. The matching end table, television stand, and desk are also available.


$699BUY IT

Around Coffee Table by Muuto: Sometimes simple is better and the Around Coffee Table by Muuto is the perfect example. This asymmetrical, Scandinavian design is authentically charming with a slice taken out of it’s outer ring. It is available in Natural Ash (shown), Gray, Dark Gray, and Anthracite.


$425BUY IT

Noguchi Style Table: This mid-century modern coffee table’s build is based on this original iconic design, but will only cost you a fraction of the price. Available in Dark Walnut (shown), Black, and White.


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Low Modern Long Coffee Table: The light and airy color combination of this low coffee table helps breathe life in to any design situation. Prefer a bolder color palette? This table it is also available in multiple other top and base colors.


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Scando Low Modern Coffee Table: A organically chic coffee table or a minimalist piece of modern art? This walnut, sculptural piece not only provides ample table space, but it also has a unique place to stash your magazines.


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Mid Century Modern Coffee Table: Mid-century modern has never looked so good. With a sleek wood build and 2 storage compartments, this is a stylish solution for your coffee table needs. Love the style? Be sure to checkout this curated list with tons more mid century modern coffee tables.


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Small Mid Century Modern Round Coffee Table: Small, yet bold with an effortless elegance, this round coffee table is a mid-century styled living room’s destiny. The white top and two-tone wooden legs create the perfect contrast.


$186BUY IT

Walnut Finish Modern Rounded Rectangular Coffee Table: Lots of table space and storage? Check. Super stylish? Double check! With this rounded edge, walnut coffee table, you will never have to sacrifice style for function.


$284BUY IT

Narrow Rectangular Lift Top Coffee Table With Chrome Legs: This lift coffee table is an innovative solution to create an at home workspace right in your living room. Because let’s be honest, who doesn’t want to be able to work from the comfort of their couch?


$136BUY IT

Modern Farmhouse Lift Top Coffee Table: A lift top coffee table with a rustic vibe? Finally! This multi tasking table is great for both storage and an extra work area, all while remaining affordable and farmhouse chic.


$900BUY IT

Modern White Lacquer Lift Top Coffee Table: Small spaces rejoice! An easy-clean coffee table with both storage and a lift top. Coffee tables definitely aren’t just for lounging anymore.


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Stylish White & Walnut Lift Top Coffee Table: Stylish meets functional with possibly the most useful coffee table ever. With a two-toned finish, storage, and a table top that pops up to meet you, what more could you ask for?


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Modern Minimalist Coffee Table With Lift Top Unit: The 360 degree swivel sets this lift top coffee table above the rest. The perfect piece for either a small or large space. with its multiple configurations.


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Modern Scandinavian-Style Lift Top Coffee Table With Storage: Not many coffee tables are sleek, stylish, practical, and unique, but this one effortlessly fits the bill. This Scandinavian style, lift top coffee table comes up to meet you and it also features compartmental storage. A great solution to hide away clutter for smaller spaces. We loved the idea so much, we created an article exclusively for lift top coffee tables, so be sure to check it out!


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Gas Lift Transforming Coffee Table: Never run out of seating again with this transforming coffee table. Sure, other coffee tables have seating wedges that store underneath it, but this one also lifts to create a functional table for those seats. As if that isn’t enough, the seats are ottomans for extra storage.


$160BUY IT

Modern White Nesting Coffee Tables: Nesting tables are a great solution for those with minimal space. These modern white ones are particularly chic with their high gloss white finish and U shape design.


$39BUY IT

Modern Scandinavian Style Nesting Coffee Tables: Ever just wish you had a smidge more of table room? These affordable, Scandinavian nesting tables are great for that. Available with a round table top (shown) or triangular.


$590BUY IT

Modern 3 Piece Nesting Coffee Table: Modern nesting tables with a leggy twist. Not only do these make a great coffee table, but they can double as TV tables or couch trays. The unique L shaped legs tuck under the sofa, so no more hunching!


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Coffee To Dinner Table Transformer: The bold chrome legs are surprisingly not the most unique feature on this contemporary gem. A real space saver, this coffee table pops up to become a dining table! How cool is that? Available in White Laminate (shown) or Oak Wood Veneer.


$950BUY IT

Modern-Style Ottoman Coffee Table With Storage: I don’t know about you, but I always feel like I never have enough storage. This Scandinavian style ottoman not only helps fix that, but it looks amazingly stylish while doing it. Available in Charcoal Gray (shown) or Onyx Black


$1665BUY IT

Rectangular Ottoman Coffee Table With Slide: Slide to the left, now to the right. This rectangular ottoman doubles as a coffee table with its U shaped table overlay. Designed for those looking for a unique table with a contemporary touch.


$296BUY IT

Modern Sofa-Style Coffee Table Ottoman: The cube pattern on this white leather ottoman brings both texture and sophistication in to a lounge or living room. Available in White (shown) or Black. Be sure to visit out collection of ottoman coffee tables for more great designs!


$330BUY IT

Expandable Transformer Coffee Table: Coffee table, TV table, and dining room table rolled in to one. Easy to move with wheeled legs and an X lift mechanism, this is the table for a home where very inch of space counts.


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Live Edge River Table: If you want a truely unique coffee table, then handcrafted is a must. Created by hand with a mix of live edge wood, metal, and resin, no two are exactly alike, so you are guaranteed a one-of-a-kind table.


$971BUY IT

Aquarium Coffee Table: Nemo may have found a new home! Forget plain old fish tanks, try a modern aquarium coffee table. A guarantee conversation piece.


$228BUY IT

Terrarium Coffee Table: If fish aren’t your thing, what about plants? This glass terrarium is an excellent space to house succulents and plants. Plus, if you have any pets, they won’t be able to take a nibble.


$1249BUY IT

Modern Coffee Table With Built In Fireplace: This coffee table takes cozy to a whole new level with its built in fireplace. A zen-like place to relax with a glass of wine and a good book. Available in Espresso (shown), Latte, Silver Gray, Textured Black, and White.


$279BUY IT

Modern White Coffee Table With Smokeless Fireplace: For those with no room for a fireplace, this firey coffee table may be the solution. Not only is it soothing and cozy, but is it also smokeless.


$290BUY IT

Mermaid Coffee Table: A funky table for those with a taste for the modern and unusual. The mermaid coffee table is a sculptural marvel with its free flowing frame attached to the oval glass top. Available in White (shown) and Black.


$910BUY IT

Smart Coffee Table With Fridge, Speakers & Charging Ports: We expect so much from our cars, computers, and phones, so why not our coffee table? Not only will this smart coffee table add a modern spark to any room, it is also uniquely equipped with a fridge, speakers, and charging ports. Available in White (shown), Black, and Wood.


$89BUY IT

Modern Outdoor Coffee Table: Relax in style with this simple and affordable outdoor coffee table. Throw your feet up while you read a good book or rest your drink while you soak up the sun. Available in Graphite (shown) or Cappuccino.


$121BUY IT

Modern Wooden Outdoor Coffee Table: This wood slat coffee table is meant for outdoor use, but it’s so chic that we would understand if you wanted to use it inside too. The metal and wood combo on this rustic table make it an asset to any industrial styled patio or home.

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