Check out these coffee tables that are bound to be statement pieces in any home
31 August 2016
Looking for a statement piece to display some high-end trade magazines or cherished home accessories? Consider one of these coffee tables that are bound to be conversation-starters at any lunch or dinner party. By Arman Shah
Owning a home that’s humble in scale does not mean that your options of living room furniture are limited to those that are small in stature. Made of tempered glass, the chic and sleek Nest of Tables by Adria lets you expand the compact coffee table into a larger table through its nesting design. Now that’s what we call ingenious and convenient.
A common sight when you’re out and about, birds boast an elegant silhouette that most of us take for granted. Finnish sculptor and designer Poltrona Frau pays homage to this winged creature by constructing a unique coffee table using birch wood. Its leg and “beak” are painted black to make the table look like a wading bird that’s drinking water from a lake.
Those with an affinity with beautifully complex structures will find the 2×3 Puzzle Coffee by design studio PRAKTRIK delightful. Drawing inspiration from interlocking burr puzzles, it features a 10mm-thick tempered glass that’s held in position by six strategically-placed wooden sticks without the usage of nails or glue.
Fans of the sci-fi genre will be excited by the sight of the Mobius Coffee Table by Kristalia. A geometrical masterpiece, the table is constructed using a single sheet of metal and gives a futuristic feel to any living space that it embellishes. It comes with or without a glass surface that’s either transparent or smoked.
Marble never goes out of style, and this stunning collection of coffee tables from Ferm Living demonstrates why. Available in beautiful shades of red, blue, green and black, each piece features a solid marble top and a powder coated metal frame. Its compact size gives you the option of plonking it virtually anywhere, be it the side of your bed or in front of the sofa.
A champion of the environment, d-Bodhi is known for creating avant-garde furniture using recycled materials. The Street Art Southwark Coffee Table which comes in two variations is no different. You can either opt for the one that’s made of reclaimed mixed wood or ‘dingklik’ wood, which is wood that is reclaimed exclusively from traditional Javanese benches.
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