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30 Mirrored Coffee Tables that Add a Sparkle to Your Home!

If you are a child of the 90s, the idea of mirrored coffee tables would most likely feel both odd and garish. In an era where beige was the color of choice and simple, straight lines along with rigid geometric shapes defined a modern style that quickly became generic, there was really no room for something so sparkly and brilliant. But as with everything else, the circle of fashion and design has once again revived styles such as vintage, retro, Art Deco and even Hollywood Regency. And with this revival, mirrored décor once again found space in homes across the globe.

Dramatic mirrored coffee table is truly a showstopper [From: Mark Teskey Architectural Photography]

Mirrored coffee tables add much more than glamour to your living room and bring functional value in small living rooms. Reflecting light all around, mirrored coffee tables enliven the room that they adorn and give it a more airy and cheerful appeal, creating a sense of visual spaciousness. Coming in a wide range of styles, shapes and sizes, we take a look today at 30 fabulous mirrored coffee tables.

Glittering Glam Unleashed!

It is easy to fall in love with that gorgeous mirrored coffee table on display in the store, but bringing it home and making it a part of your living room, sunroom or even family room is a completely different affair. One of the styles with which this fashionable piece of furniture works best is Hollywood Regency coupled with a hint of modern flair. You need not go Hollywood chic all the way and can easily combine a snazzy black and white striped rug and mirrored coffee table with more sober decorative pieces to create a fusion of the extravagant and the ordinary.

Hollywood regency combined with contemporary chic inside the smart living room [Design: OPaL, LLC]
Exquisite living room in blue with a hint of gold [Design: Charles Neal Interiors]
Stylish contemporary living room with midcentury modern furniture [From: Turnquist Design]
Twin mirrored coffee tables give the small living space a more spacious appeal [Design: Wormald Homes at Monocacy Park]

If you are adding a mirrored coffee table to your living room then it is a good idea to use glossy, mirrored surfaces or even shiny silvery tones in other parts of the room as well. Repetition gives the room a more curated look and this approach work beautifully in posh, contemporary living spaces where just a mirrored coffee table and a small mirror above the fireplace with mirrored frame can make a huge difference to the overall ambiance.

Posh living room of London penthouse with cozy fireplace and mirrored décor [Design: Zephyr Interiors]
Vibrant contemporary living room with mirrored coffee table [Design: Woodson & Rummerfield’s House of Design]
Mirrored coffee tables adds sparkle to the Scandinavian living room [Superior Interior]

Beyond the Mundane

A polished, mirrored finish need not be the only unique feature of your coffee table, and you can take the style quotient of the living room to a whole new level with an addition that also ushers in geometric contrast. Coffee tables in geometric shapes that go beyond the simple rectangle and square always draw plenty of attention, and these multifaced delights also reflect the ambient light in an even more spectacular fashion. If the mirrored coffee table is not your thing, you can also consider silvery, modern alternatives that bring in the same sheen without actually using a mirrored finish.

Geo style coffee tables with mirrored finish [Design: Rendall & Wright]
Coastal inspired living room with coffee table in gold and mirrored top [Design: Seed Design]
Borghese Grand Oval Coffee Table for the modern living room [From: Julie Dasher]
Black, white and blue shape a refined family room with mirrored coffee table [Design: M/I Homes]
All-white living room with glittering coffee tables [Design: Tamara Magel Studio]
Unique mirrored coffee table idea [Design: Cutter & Barr]

Working with Varied Styles

One of the first things you need to consider as you think about bringing home a mirrored coffee table is the traffic in the living room and your lifestyle. Homes filled with little ones might not always be conducive to a mirrored coffee table. Apart from the obvious fragility issues, there is also the problem of keeping the sparkly coffee table shining and dust-free day in and day out. Fingerprints are also an issue with mirrored furniture, so this is definitely not for someone who detests cleaning and constant care. Those willing to take on the extra responsibility gleefully should then consider the style of the living room.

High-tech, minimal living room with cutting-edge technology and stunning décor [Design: Control4]
Midcentury living room with mirrored coffee table at its heart [Design: Barroso Homes]
Mirrored coffee table adds glamour to the traditional living room [Design: Jerry Jacobs Design]
Airy living room filled with midcentury goodness [From: Klopf Architecture]
Cheerful transitional living room of smart Miami home [Design: Weber Design Group / SOCO Interiors]

In contrast to popular perception, the mirrored coffee table fits in surprisingly well with a wide range of styles that vary from sophisticated minimalism to shabby chic and even bohemian. It is the finish of the coffee table (you can look at mirrored coffee tables with different frames), its overall silhouette and geometric shape that ultimately define which style it fits best. A smart coffee table with a distressed wooden frame can blend in with rustic, shabby chic, farmhouse and even industrial styles despite its mirrored surface. On the other hand, futuristic designs with a refined aura are perfect for high-end bachelor pads oozing with minimalism.

Contemporary living room with striped walls and mirrored coffee table [Design: The L&C Company]
Contemporary living space of Toronto home with mirrored coffee table and side table [From: Peter A. Sellar – Architectural Photographer]
Bernhardt Estelle rectangular cocktail table on display in the living room [From: Collins & DuPont Design Group]

Open Living Spaces

Contemporary living spaces with a mirrored coffee table definitely stand out from the crowd. With open plan living becoming the way forward for most, this glamorous coffee table can define and even anchor the smart living area and give it a subtle Art Deco twist without moving away from the largely modern vibe. Small living spaces benefit even further from the mirrored beauty, as it enlarges the area visually and gives it a cheerful appeal. Give it a shot, and you are sure to fall in love with it!

Gold is a hue that works well with mirrored furniture [Design: Jerry Jacobs Design]
Pascual coffee table at the heart of the small living area [Design: Carlyn And Company Interiors + Design]
Pops of yellow energize the modern living room [Design: Janet Gridley / Photography: Ryann Ford]
Striking mirrored coffee table becomes the focal point of the living area [From: Martha O’Hara Interiors / James Kruger, LandMark Photography]
Small living room with mirrored coffee table and a couch in bright blue [Design: Madigan Browne]
Art Deco living room with splashes of purple and mirrored coffee table [Design: Gemma Zimmerhansl Interior Design]
Elegant coffee table combines mirrored finish with storage options [From: Morris & Woodhouse Interiors]
Gorgeous mirrored coffee table with a dash of golden glint [Design: Annie Santulli Designs]

Sherry Nothingam

Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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