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For teacups and stacks of books, and for putting your feet up when no-one’s watching.
A blackened metal and glass coffee table – an understated design that’s more traditional than Keswick or Manhattan. Choose from round and rectangular shapes.
A coffee table for adding a hint of characterful, rustic, natural timber.
Country style, slimmed down and pared back, ready for any setting.
When oak met honed marble. A piece that feels satisfyingly substantial.
Sometimes you want a hint of glamour. A hint. And the Keswick tables’ fine brass lines do just that.
For when you want a more elegant and enduring interpterion of industrial design.
As timeless as it gets. A coffee table that’ll translate from classic to contemporary and everything in between.
A coffee table for those who like the beauty of natural oak and want a bit of grandeur.
Henley’s a top-to-toe oak coffee table with a refined finish and carved details that suit traditional interiors.
Sleek chrome and glass. Modern, yes, but equally at home in a period house too.
An antique-inspired oak design that’s all about that pretty arc detail at the base.
For those looking for straightforward and simple, the very-best materials and a choice of paint colours.