Not Just a Pretty Surface
Choosing a really good rustic, vintage or modern coffee table to match your living room is not a decision you make on a whim. You must consider that a coffee table is not just an item that extends your surface storage, it is also a potential centrepiece to complete the look of your sofa set.
A large coffee table within a limited space can work as well as a small nest of tables creatively arranged to fill an empty area, as long as your furniture has the right aesthetics and functionality – and this is where we play our part. We have a myriad of selections for your preferences on tables for your sitting room, and the items we showcase embody the perfect balance of beauty and purpose.
We’ve Got the Looks
Fancy a cup of coffee elegantly served on a wooden table? Any home design can never go wrong with organic material, and a living room whether it is rustic or modern will always look natural yet sophisticated with a solid wood coffee table. Our collection sports a variety of finishes like maple, ash and oak in unique styles. We exhibit design lines like the round wood coffee table ‘Brentwood’ by Woodman and the edgy ‘Monroe’ by Fundamental Berlin.
A clear glass coffee table is a whole different level of elegance in its own right. Among our glass table designers, we have the Danish Essey label, for instance, presenting its ‘Illusion’ line of acrylic, shatterproof glass table artistry. Or if you prefer the modern yet stylish practicality of tray coffee tables, we have brands like the Italian Covo label offering steel tray tables in minimalist form. With these looks alone, your living room will never have to be the boring waiting room ever again.
Beauty and Brains
Furniture was never meant to be something you only look at. That’s why our labels proudly display purpose alongside beauty. The ‘Everything Storage’ line by Object Interface, for example, offers a sleek, white coffee table with storage that can be transformed into a terrarium or even a stylish ice bucket. ‘Trellis’ by Muemma ingeniously uses a wood lattice feature to elegantly camouflage its device charging and book/magazine holder functions.
‘Bend’ by Ubikubi and ‘Eichberg’ by Woodman both simulate the effect of a nest of tables that maximises available surface area together with creative arrangement, while the ‘Batea’ line by Wooden Dot mimics lift top coffee tables with storage with its slide-back table top feature. Great aesthetics, durable products, and creative functionality – Grattify offers all of these and more.