Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table Innovation

Jul 17th

Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table – The recycled or reclaimed wood will bring to our coffee table a personality that coffee tables made with new wood will never have. They are unique tables since there are not two exactly the same. Its imperfections, irregularities, and knots of wood make each coffee table a unique piece. If you like natural wood and you are one of those who see the veins, knots, and irregularities as a natural thing to appreciate, the coffee tables that we propose in ideas made of recycled wood will not leave you indifferent.

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Square, rectangular or round, perfect to incorporate into your living room and make your living room a warm and welcoming space full of personality. Because if there are some reclaimed wood coffee table, they are design to be enjoy without fear of spoiling. Perfect for houses with children. In our design, you will find them with a wooden structure. Solid, robust and with a certain style or rustic air.

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But you will also find tables that combine recycled wood top with industrial-style metal structures. Which in addition to providing contrast to the table, provide lightness. They are reclaimed wood coffee table that you can combine with furniture of different finishes. They look great with painted or pickled furniture in white or gray colors, in the French style. But you can also combine them with more contemporary furniture or even straight lines as a contrast piece.