Crest Coffee Table

£1990 £1393
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Product description

Sleek and gorgeous, this Crest Coffee Table adds drama and plenty of sophistication to your living space. It's designed with a gorgeous C-shape that makes it appear as if it's floating in the air.

Taking inspiration from the crest of a wave, the uniquely-shaped table is made from high quality wood. It features a smooth top surface that can be used for displaying a centrepiece or for placing drinks and food items. The bottom portion provides a strong support while also delivering an elegant curved shape. Highly recommended if you want a statement table.

Features:
Materials Used: Wood
Stylish design
Great for modern interior spaces
Elegant statement piece

Dimensions:
Height: 42 cm
Width: 100 cm
Depth: 60 cm

Product code:CLR00400
Dimensions:h42cm w100cm d60cm
Wood tones:oak (wood), walnut (wood), wenge (wood)
Colours:brown/beige
Materials:wood
Made to order:Yes

Delivery and returns

This item is sold and dispatched directly by Tom Schneider.

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Mainland UK - standard delivery FREE

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About the brand

Tom Schneider, a British designer, put together his initial furniture collections in 1996.

Each collection is individually made by hand by a team of skilled and experienced craftsmen. Using modern methods with established techniques, materials are sculpted into Tom's signature elegant curves and flowing lines.

Simply choose the style, materials and dimensions you require, and they will produce your desired item using the finest veneers to the standards you would expect.

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