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Furniture Shopping: Where to Get Coffee Tables in Bangkok
by: The Beat Asia
Any living room needs a coffee table. Without it, you won’t have a place to put down your snacks and drinks when watching television, a place to put magazines on, or a place to put up your feet if your chair doesn’t have a footrest. It also serves as a centerpiece like your sofa so it’s important to choose a design that will complement the entire area.
Need to go furniture shopping soon? Here’s where you can get beautiful coffee tables in Bangkok.
Terrazzo Torrone Coffee Table
This coffee table is made using natural premium-grade pinewood and terrazzo, a composite material consisting of chips of marble, quartz, or granite that’s either poured in place or precast. Imported from Italy, it has lower shelving for placing household items like books and magazines. This table is a good match for sofas with a size of 180 to 200 centimeters long.
Dimensions: W 120cm x D 50cm x H 40cm
Get this table at mahasamut for THB25,000. A limited one-year warranty covers defects (material or workmanship) under normal use.
Ispir Coffee Tables by Bowr
This coffee table by Bowr, a digitally native and design-driven marketplace, is made using sustainable wood. Its Nordic-inspired design highlights an elongated prism structure, allowing optimal table surface and space for storing newspapers, magazines, and accessories underneath.
Dimensions: W 80cm x D 80cm x H 40cm
Get this table at Bowr’s website for THB16,900. The wood grain is subject to availability.
Noguchi-style Coffee Table by Nathan Rhodes Design
A reproduction of the Noguchi Coffee Table, which was introduced in 1947, this furniture is made from just three pieces: a tempered thick glass top and two curved solid wood legs. Each leg interlocks to form a tripod, which serves as the table’s self-stabilizing support. This table is available in ash, black, and walnut.
Dimensions: W 125cm x D 90cm x H 40cm
Get this table at Nathan Rhodes Design’s website for THB15,000.
Round Tray Coffee Table Set by O*HENRY
This coffee table by O*HENRY, a Thai-Belgian family business in Bangkok, comes in a black-tainted wood material with a water-based varnish finish and a black metal frame. This versatile piece is sold as a set of two: a large table and a small table that’s a bit lower and fits under the large table. It’s a real space saver because you can simply slide in the smaller table when not in use.
Dimensions: W 62cm x D 62cm x H 38cm
Get this table at O*HENRY’s website for THB9,900. To get add-ons like round trays designed by artist Dawn Sweitzer, you can browse through their wide selection. Price varies depending on the design and size (48cm, 61cm, or 92cm) of the tray.
LIATORP Coffee Table from IKEA Thailand
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly option, this LIATORP coffee table from IKEA is a good choice. It’s made of renewable fiberboard and particleboard, polyester paint, melamine foil, and plastic edging. The tabletop is made of tempered glass so it’s easy to wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Dimensions: W 93cm x D 93cm x H 51cm (including the 8cm storage space underneath the tabletop)
Get this LIATORP table for THB7,990 at IKEA’s website.
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