Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table
Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table
Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table
Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table
Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table
Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table
Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table
Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table

Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table

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This solid reclaimed wood coffee table will make a decorative as well as practical addition to your decor. It can also be used as an end table or a side table. The table is made of solid reclaimed wood that has been sourced from joists, floors and support beams from old buildings being demolished, and can consist of different types of wood like sheesham (rosewood), pine, teak, beech, oak, cedar, mango wood, acacia, etc. This means the reclaimed wood retains the characteristics of these different types of wood. Reclaimed wood is already aged, weathered and dried, so it doesn't shrink or bend. The beautiful wood grains make every piece of furniture unique and slightly different from the next. Signs of wear and visible grain structure are indicative of the wood's rich history and give the table a warm and authentic look. Every step of the process is carried out with the greatest care, be it polishing, painting or lacquering. This table has a sturdy top, on which you can place decorative items like fruit baskets or vases. Designed with ample storage space, the end table keeps your magazines, books, DVDs and multimedia devices well organised and within reach. Its steel legs also add to its sturdiness and stunning industrial style. Assembly is easy. Important note: Colours and grains may vary from piece to piece, making each of our coffee tables unique; the delivery is random.

  • Material: Solid reclaimed wood + steel legs
  • Dimensions: 100 x 60 x 35 cm (L x W x H)
  • Beautiful inlaid pattern on the drawer fronts
  • With 1 compartment and 2 drawers
  • Polished, painted and lacquered
  • Easy to assemble
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