20 Living Room Designs With Gorgeous Centerpieces

The living room is the space you love to spend quality time relaxing and entertaining, visiting with friends and family. You probably use your living room to watch your favorite TV shows, curl up to read a good book, and it may even be the room you like to start your day off with a cup of coffee, or finish the day with a cocktail. If you have beautiful views outside your living room windows, this can further enhance the experiences of time spent in this room. Giving your room a beautiful design to make it, not only functional, but inviting to be in, is the key to a well-thought out and planned living room. Coffee tables are not only a key functional piece of furniture, but they can serve as a key design element, especially when you create a beautiful centerpiece to sit on top. If you would love to have a beautiful centerpiece in your living room, but don’t know where to start with a design, here are some tips to get you started.

Use universal appeal 

Creating a table that has universal appeal is one way to make your living room table appeal to a wide variety of people, from family members to visitors. You can use things you already have around your home to make a centerpiece that is stylish, interesting, and eye-catching. Some household items you probably already have on hand and look great in a coffee table centerpiece include, candles, a beautiful bowl, books, a serving tray, a flower arrangement you created from your own garden clippings, retro figurines, and more. Be resourceful and creative when intermingling items, adding depth and height, as well as color and  symmetry.

Natural materials

A lot of people love the look that nature can bring into your home. It can create the look and feel of the environment, and is decorative without having to spend a lot of money. Rocks, seashells, clippings from beautiful foliage in your yard or a bouquet of flowers, even pine cones can add an outdoorsy feel to your table and room. The great thing about natural items, is you can mix and match, or change out certain items each season, to give your table a more seasonal appeal.

Show your personal interests

Books and personal items can show your own personal taste and interests. One example might be to set a beautiful serving tray on your coffee table that is arranged with different sized white candles next to a stack of your favorite books. Just about anything goes when it comes to choosing personal interests to arrange on your coffee table. Use your creativity to arrange the items in a way that they draw the eye to the table and make it the focal point of your room.

When creating a centerpiece, remember that bold and colorful, as well as unique and retro-type design items make the table look and feel more exciting and vibrant, while natural tones and items from nature, will give the room a calming, relaxing feel. For more ideas, here are 20 pictures of living room designs with gorgeous centerpieces.

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