Top 10 Modern Coffee Tables
From sleek stainless steel to classic wood designs, our selection of modern coffee tables serves as focal points for a seating arrangement and stylish surfaces for decorative displays.
Focal Coffee Table from ARTLESS
Made in Los Angeles, by Alejandro Artigas. The Focal Coffee Table features an asymmetric wood base supporting a transparent glass top. Striving to keep materials in their most natural state, the table’s base showcases natural variations in color and texture that bring a distinctive organic touch to interiors.
Mesa Unica Coffee Table from Nomon
Made in Spain, the Mesa Unica Coffee Table is an elegant and essential piece for the modern home. Its elongated wood top offers ample surface area while remaining low in height and understated. Diamond-shaped legs add an artful touch below.
TS Coffee Table from Gubi
Design by GamFratesi. Made in Denmark. The TS Coffee Table is a modern piece with classical influences. Its solid marble or glass top offers a sleek and subtle touch of luxury while its black-finished base adds a dimensional element with a set of intersecting support beams.
Septembre Coffee Table from Menu
Design by Theresa Arns. The Semptembre Coffee Table displays clean mid-century modern lines ideal for modern spaces. Its oval-shaped top rests on a simple wood frame with slender tapered legs, adding a touch of softness to boxy or modular seating arrangements. Suitable for large or small areas, this piece delivers simplicity and style in any setting.
Oak Mikado Oval Coffee Table from Ethnicraft
The inviting shape and structural design of the Oak Mikado Oval Coffee Table make it the ideal centerpiece for modern living spaces. Designed by Alain Van Havre, it is made of solid oak wood with crossed diagonal legs adding a sense of movement and balance. Versatile and easy to incorporate, this table complements a wide range of living spaces.
Porter Coffee Table from Gus Modern
The smooth lines and natural elements of the Porter Coffee Table make it best suited for a tasteful living area. Its squared, veneered wood top is gently curved at the corners to offer a touch of softness, while slender powder-coated legs form a geometric frame below. A raised edge adds visual depth and helps to keep spills from making it too far.
Krusin Square Coffee Table with Marble Table Top from Knoll
Design by Marc Krusin, 2012. In keeping with the simple linear forms of the Krusin Chair series, the new Krusin Occasional Tables serve up clean, graceful lines in a range of finishes and tabletop options. The Krusin Coffee Table with Marble Top is constructed of an angular frame in select American and European hardwoods, featuring dowel and mortise & tenon joinery. The cross-base footing provides a dimensional, shadowing effect at the bottom of the table frame. Marble tabletops rest within the frame and are made of 0.75″ thick coated marble in a polished or satin polyester coating. Select 10-inch or 15-inch height in Emperador Dark Brown Marble, Arabescato White-Grey Marble or Calacatta White-Grey Marble tabletop. Then select from 15 base finishes. Also offered with Glass or Laminate Table Top options.
Plinth Coffee Table from Menu
Made in Portugal and designed by Norm Architects. The Plinth Coffee Table is a bold and unique statement piece ideal for the contemporary space. Made of solid marble, its design was inspired by old-world plinths (or slabs). Its robust look paired with the smooth, luxurious feeling of natural marble elevates its environment while providing a welcoming gathering place.
Noguchi® Coffee Table from Herman Miller
Design by Isamu Noguchi, 1948. By Herman Miller. Sculptor Isamu Noguchi took wood and glass and blended them together to make this graceful, abstract coffee table. The Noguchi Table’s balance of sculptural form and durable function has made it an understated and beautiful element in homes and offices since its introduction in 1948. The table is constructed of three pieces: a freeform, ¾” plate-glass top resting on two curved, solid wood legs that interlock to form a tripod for self-stabilizing support. This perfectly poised structure features a delicate appearance that is defied by its balanced, durable and extremely sturdy design. To assure authenticity, the signature of Isamu Noguchi appears on the edge of the top and on a medallion on the underside of the base. Backed by Herman Miller’s 5 Year Warranty.
Eames® Elliptical Table from Herman Miller
Design by Charles & Ray Eames, 1951. Long and low, perfect for nesting coffee tables, the Eames Elliptical Table sits comfortably in front of a long sofa or several chairs. It’s a large, dramatic stage for fine art, fresh flowers, magazines or special books on display in a living room, waiting room, or executive lounge. Charles and Ray Eames spent many years experimenting with wire rods, work that yielded a number of breakthrough products in the 1950s — including the wire-rod base for this table as well as many other products.
The Eameses considered many shapes for this large table but their final choice was elliptical. It reminds some of a surfboard. That’s fitting, given that the Eameses enjoyed commanding views of the Pacific Ocean from their California home and studio. The 89″ long table provides lots of room to spread out or display a variety of items. The tabletop is made from seven layers of Baltic birch plywood sandwiched between Black, Studio White or White high-pressure laminate with a beveled edge on a 20° angle to reveal the plies. The wire rod base is chrome plated or powder coated Black, Studio White or White.
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