Coffee tables have become a should-have component of interior design and style. Their varied design, multifunctionality and versatility means that they can be placed anywhere in the property – in the living room, in the bedroom, in the dining space, and even in the entry hall. They have been initially introduced as modest auxiliary furnishings products, later establishing into fancy cocktail tables and luxury furnishings pieces.

In shape, size, design, and material, coffee tables may possibly vary a lot but, as ever, they give practical extra surface for different display and storage demands, such as serving drinks, organizing magazines or mail, or displaying an original décor piece. Contemporary interiors frequently supply these occasional tables in cool artistic designs, turning them into a focal point of the décor or a excellent conversation piece.

If you are looking for a spectacular piece of style furnishings to use as a coffee table, right here are 7 incredible choices from Barnebys:


From Above Marble Coffee Table

This sophisticated coffee table is a unique piece of furniture, created by the talented Italian designer Hagit Pincovici. It is incorporated in each the Metaphysics Collection and the Eclipse Series. The piece features an Art Deco inspired abstract design with a contemporary twist, and is a subtle representation of aerial photography. Brass legs support a top round surface divided into three sections. The accent is a round shape created of white marble, beautifully complemented by two ‘pie chart’ pieces produced of wood, decorated in black and red and covered with hand-applied premium resistant lacquer.

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Marg Coffee Table

Avant-garde in style, shape and material, this striking coffee table is a fine example of the creative mind of the Japanese designer Shinobu Ito based in Italy. It is made of wood fiber gently colored in a light shade of grey and completed with a bamboo wood veneer. What tends to make this piece so desirable is its unusual shape and structure. The table comprises of two separate elements that, when placed close with each other, match into each other like Yin and Yang. The original hexagonal decoration of the leading tends to make it virtually not possible to notice the connection line between them. On the other hand, the two sections can be used separately, preserving the overall design and style notion.


Isamu Kenmochi Custom Coffee Table

This small vintage bijou was designed in Japan back in 1956. With its sophisticated unobtrusive style and apparent functionality, it encapsulates the design philosophy of the Japanese industrial designer Isamu Kenmochi. The piece is made of rosewood whose stunning reddish-brown colour gives a warm really feel. Time has left its traces, even though. Thin abrasion from use can be slightly noticed on the surface and there is also a modest discolored location. The best has a slightly notable foggy appearance to finish in raking light. The overall situation of the vintage coffee table is even so really good and it is a excellent conversation piece to have at residence.


Swedish Coffee Table

This original coffee table is an exceptional instance of the ‘Reside Just and Close to Nature’ – style philosophy of Scandinavian designers. The piece is an original vintage exhibit pleasing the eye with rustic aesthetics. It is designed of organic driftwood and characteristics a base of complex structure and a flat top of irregular shape. There is a minor damage at one particular end of the table which is however nicely concealed by the nature of the material.


Stadium Coffee Table

This exquisite coffee table strikes with its intriguing structure and original design and style. The base is comprised of three irregular rings made of veneered ebony Macassar wood, with its characteristic dark brown strikes. The parallel elements are arranged vertically crowned by a wide top of transparent crystal. The whole structure is supported by four legs in black metal with silver highlights. A fabulous artistic piece of furnishings that would beautifully complement any contemporary interior!


‘Blue Print’ Coffee Table

Exhibited as Coffee table #2 this exclusive piece was a single of the most eye-catching items at the solo exhibition of Ron Gilad in 2009. Its structure is inspired by architectural drawings and represents the designer’s minimalist insight at obtaining aesthetic expression through the geometric purity of blueprints. The legs are of enameled brass supporting a best of ultra clear glass. The piece is in an excellent situation.


Sculpture Coffee Table

This chic coffee table with a somewhat futuristic design and style was produced by the Berlin-born, New York–based designer Karl Springer. The provocative structure is made of no-significantly less provocative material, carved horn finished with black lacquer. The design and style showcases pre-postmodernism attributes of captivating sleekness. The coffee table comes with a certificate of authentication from Tom Langevin, former director for Karl Springer, Ltd., regardless of of some minor defects.


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