Nine to Know | Circular Coffee Tables

  • We explore nine of our favourite circular coffee tables from our Product Library; an essential furniture piece for every living room.

    Coffee tables have rightfully earned their place in the home since the early 1900s, anchoring the living room and displaying our statement coffee-table books.

    In the spirit of our Nine to Know series, we’re turning our attention to circular coffee tables. Whether they’ve got an iconic legacy, are locally made or demonstrate traditional handcrafted techniques, we’ve hand-selected each circular coffee table for its unique form and materiality.

    Part of the Innate collection made in Australia, the Innate Coffee Table Night designed by Jon Goulder is made from Adelaide black granite. Available at Spence & Lyda.

    Reynold Coffee Table Fanuli

    Made exclusively for Fanuli Furniture, the Reynold Coffee Table is a delicate composition of timber and glass, ideal for a modern interior.

    C Residence | Studio Tate

    The Bell Coffee Table shown in the Brighton Residence by Studio Tate. Photography by Sharyn Cairns.

    Bell Table Coffee Table

    Designed by Sebastian Herkner for Classicon, the Bell Coffee Table features a hand-bown glass base using traditional wooden glass-blowing methods.

    Ivy Coffee Table Grazia&Co

    Designed by architect Clare Cousins for Grazia & Co., the Ivy Coffee Table is made in Melbourne, with three statement cylindrical post legs.

    Ivy Coffee Table Grazia&Co

    The Ivy Coffee Table by Clare Cousins pictured in one of the architect’s projects.

    Jean Marie Massaud’s Mondrian Coffee Table for Poliform is available in two sizes, constructed of aluminium with a wide range of embellished surfaces.

    The Lotus Coffee Table designed by Kun Design is designed for both indoor and outdoor use, in a range of nature-inspired colours. Available through DOMO Furniture.

    The DePadova Sen designed by Kensaku Oshiro for DePadova is easily adaptable to many living spaces, due to its variety of sizes and finishes. Available at Boffi Australia.

One Response

  1. If extraterrestrials came to Earth, they would ask “What is the purpose of those coffee tables?” To even think of lifting something off of most of them makes a person uncomfortable. That said, I love the painting of the man helping a woman with her coat at the laundromat in the first pic.

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