Industrial coffee tables are popular for two reasons: they're functional and stylish at the same time, and the metal-and-wood combination is so highly adaptable.
Industrial coffee tables also tend to offer options like caster wheels, additional metal shelving, and inside storage. And the price range can easily fit your own budget — you can score one from around $150 or scale up to a one-of-a-kind vintage piece. Once you've figured out what type of coffee table will work in your space, check out these industrial options:
World Market Wood and Metal Rolling Coffee Table
Trent Austin Circular Coffee Table
Not all coffee tables are square or rectangular — this option available on Wayfair ( $250.99 ) proves that round can be just right. The contrasting wood and iron frame hits the industrial chic mark.
Abbyson Industrial Coffee Table
Vintage Industrial Cart Coffee Table
Here's the godmother of all industrial coffee tables: a vintage cart-turned-table on Chairish ( $2,339 ). Style it with a patinated metal tray and flower arrangement or lots of pillar candles on a glass dish.
Target Metal Coffee Table
If wood's not your thing, not all industrial coffee tables have this element. Take this black metal option from Target ( $179.99 ), for example — in an all-white room, this table will make a big statement.
Ikea "Lalleröd" Coffee Table
If you don't have tons of space in your living room setup, go for a square Ikea table ( $59 ) . The best part about a moveable piece is that you can wheel it to other rooms if you need the space to fold out the couch, deep-clean the rug, or host an impromptu dance party.
Crate & Barrel "Dixon" Coffee Table
The Dixon coffee table from Crate & Barrel ( $499 ) looks the best in front of a long, luxurious couch piled high with pillows and blankets. The clean, metallic lines and textured tabletop make this the winning piece in any living room.
Milton Coffee Table
Instead of a shelf storage option, some industrial coffee tables come with drawers — like this piece from One Kings Lane ( $759 ). If you have a television in the living room, a drawer is the perfect place to stash remotes, and extra batteries.
"Eddison" Industrial Coffee Table
The wire mesh shelf on this beauty from Hayneedle ( $256.04 ) is the right place for storage baskets, a stashed-away throw, or stacks of rotating coffee table books. Wheel it over a shaggy white rug or in front of a leather armchair.
CB2 Go-Cart Carbon Rolling Coffee Table
Here's an all-metal option from CB2 ( $199 ) that would fit well in a living room with lots of open space. Cluster vases and pots on one end for a cute plantscape.
AllModern "Verlaine" Coffee Table
Solid mango wood is a popular option for industrial coffee tables. Try this one from AllModern ( $419.99 ), which comes with a distressed look. Park it in front of an all-brick fireplace or a creamy-colored sofa.
Handmade Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table
Hairpin legs + reclaimed wood = the best combination for a coffee table. Go for a table from Etsy ( from $165 ), and your morning coffee and Instagram will never look better.
Restoration Hardware Dutch Industrial Coffee Table
A table with industrial features can be pretty and functional at the same time. Exhibit A: a gorgeous Restoration Hardware coffee table ( starting at $1,295 ), which comes in unconventionally cool metal-and-wood combinations.
Industrial Wood Coffee Table
If you're looking for something that's a little more lived-in, turn to this coffee table from Chairish ( $1,637 ). The balance between the thick wood top and the spindly metal legs is just too good to pass up.
West Elm Industrial Storage Coffee Table
West Elm's take on an industrial coffee table ( starting at $599 ) has the best storage solution: open it up, and it's inside the table. It would look right at home in a midcentury modern bungalow or an open loft in the city — that's the beauty of industrial chic.