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11 Pretty Coaster Sets You Will Want to Display on Your Coffee Table

These discs are every bit as stylish as they are functional.
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A sleek coaster can instantly elevate your table settings while protecting your furniture from unsightly stains. "Coasters can serve as mini works of art that drive the color palette and mood for a tablescape," says interior designer Laurie Blumenfeld-Russo of Laurie Blumenfeld Design. "Think of them like a pair of earrings: They're an accessory that can blend into an already defined tablescape design or be the superstar that sets the tone for everything that surrounds it."

Along with upgrading your tablescape, a good-looking set can serve as a reminder to relax while you entertain. "A table with coasters on it is an inviting one," says Anna Rabinowicz, founder of ANNA New York. "It signals hospitality to your guests, and reminds you to take a break and enjoy a drink of your favorite beverage." Searching for some pretty options to liven up a coffee or side table? From hand-painted styles to landscape-inspired ones and more, here are 11 sophisticated coasters to dress up your tabletops.

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Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Wood Coaster Set
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Two Toned

For a contemporary spin on traditional wood pieces, consider ones with an eye-catching, two-toned design. Crafted from acacia, these sturdy coasters protect your table from condensation rings while providing a pinch of rustic style.

Shop Now: Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Wood Coaster Set, $12.99, target.com.

Charlotte Cannon The Vintage Vogue Linea Coasters in White and Gold
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Line Work

A vintage-style coaster set with metallic detailing can bring a dash of graphic drama to a table. Each of the pieces in this set was hand-painted with gold leaf by designer Charlotte Cannon in her Baltimore, Maryland, studio.

Shop Now: Charlotte Cannon "The Vintage Vogue Linea" Coasters in White and Gold, $29 for four, westelm.com.

AREAWARE Dune Terra-Cotta Coasters
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Ripple Effect

Bring an artful pop of color and texture to your table courtesy of these sand dune-inspired coasters, which can be grouped together to form a trivet.

 Shop Now: AREAWARE "Dune" Terra-Cotta Coasters, $45 for four, nordstrom.com.

Crate & Barrel Jasmine Terrazzo Coasters
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Speckled Spectacle

For a modern riff on classic stone options, look no further than this colorful set. Crafted from natural terrazzo and resin, these pieces are clad in blush, blue, white, and gray chips that feel festive and sophisticated at the same time.

Shop Now: Crate & Barrel "Jasmine" Terrazzo Coasters, $29.95 for four, crateandbarrel.com.

54kibo Baughaus Sand Dollar Coaster Set in White Gold
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Lasting Impression

For stylish coasters with some summer flair, look no further than this sand dollar-inspired collection from 54kibo, which was handmade in Jamaica.

Shop Now: 54kibo "Baughaus" Sand Dollar Coaster Set in White Gold, $65 for four, 54kibo.com.

Hudson Grace Marble Coaster
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Marble Marvel

Modern yet timeless, marble coasters are every bit as chic as they are functional. "These are made from natural white marble, so they have an elegant curve that helps keep the moisture in and not on your table," says Monelle Totah, the co-founder of Hudson Grace.

Shop Now: Hudson Grace Marble Coaster, $24, hudsongracesf.com.

Chilewich Bloom Pressed Coasters
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Flower Power

When you don't have a fresh floral arrangement to brighten up a table, flower-shaped coasters are the next best thing. "The openwork design of the Bloom Pressed Coasters may look delicate, but they're surprisingly resilient and hardworking, indoors or out," says Sandy Chilewich, founder and creative director at Chilewich. "They can just be rinsed and air dried and don't tear or stain."

Shop Now: Chilewich Bloom Pressed Coasters, $18 for six, chilewich.com.

Mercia Moore Teal Agate Coaster Set
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Natural Gem

A little color can go a long way on a tablescape. These Tiffany-blue accessories via Mercia Moore are handmade from food-safe resin and liquid leaf to look like natural teal agate stone; they'll  likely last longer (and cost less) than the real deal.

Shop Now: Mercia Moore Teal Agate Coaster Set, $40, merciamoore.com.

ANNA New York Kivita Coasters in Rose Quartz
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Healing Rose Quartz

Oversized and organic, these luxe-looking rose quartz coasters are made from semi-precious gemstones that crystal healers say can usher positive vibes into a home. "They are believed to promote unconditional love and friendship," Rabinowicz explains. "The gems were formed by liquid hot magma millions of years ago—and no two pieces are alike."

Shop Now: ANNA New York "Kivita" Coasters in Rose Quartz, $175, annanewyork.com.

OKA Faux Shagreen Coasters in Taupe
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Faux Play

Love the look of shagreen coasters, but don't want to splurge on the real deal? "Shagreen is a strikingly beautiful material but has environmental consequences and can be prohibitively expensive," says Sue Jones, co-founder and creative director at OKA. "Ours are composed of resin. You can enjoy its aesthetic without the high price tag."

Shop Now: OKA Faux Shagreen Coasters in Taupe, $110 for four, oka.com.

John Derian Argus Butterfly Coaster in 19th-Century Naturalist
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Decoupage Drama

Nothing livens up a tablescape faster than a beautiful butterfly coaster. Crafted from hand-blown glass, this captivating disc from John Derian features a decoupaged 19th-century butterfly print sourced from an antique illustrations book.

Shop Now: John Derian "Argus" Butterfly Coaster in 19th-Century Naturalist, $55, johnderian.com.