Add earthy elegance to your living room with a stone coffee table! Today’s modern designs offer a wide range of looks, whether you’re searching for a slab of marble or a sleek concrete-style furnishing. Plus, there’s something striking about the natural beauty of stone, even if it’s highly shaped by human hands. Check out the stone coffee tables below and see if anything catches your eye. Happy shopping!…
We begin with coffee tables that celebrate the surface of stone without the distraction of other elements. Speaking of elements, the Element Coffee Table from CB2 features an aggregate of marble, granite, stone and natural fibers:
For a similar look with a rounded form, check out the Shroom Coffee Table from CB2, crafted from the same combination of materials as the table above. We’re loving the cylindrical style, as well as the table’s light color:
For an artistic take on stone furnishings, feast your eyes on the Paul Kingma coffee table from 1stdibs dealer Pavilion Antiques. With materials like ivory white stone, mosaic copper, brass and collected river stones, this retro piece from 1986 is a true work of art (and signed by Dutch artist Paul Kingma)!
There’s nothing like a shiny slab of stone on a wooden base! That’s why this Stone International Cocktail Table with Wenge Base from Wasser’s Exclusive Furniture & Interiors is so alluring. Another reason? The table features either silver or gold crystals worked into the surface. So chic!
We’re big fans of vintage and retro furnishings here at Decoist, so we’re featuring a few 1stdibs finds in today’s post, such as this Tessellated Stone Coffee Table from 1stdibs dealer Carol Master Antiques. Note the brass inlay:
When the design is this good, it never hurts to go faux! Below we see the Silas Seandel Square Faux Chiseled Stone Coffee Table from 1stdibs dealer Dual. It’s as if a chunk of rock were carved to create the perfect living room centerpiece. This item is from the 1970s:
We now move from chunky stone items to sleek pieces that incorporate stone into a design that also features metal. This Etched Granite Coffee Table from West Elm is constructed from a solid granite top and a metal base:
And while this Modern Granite Coffee Table from 1stdibs dealer Bardin Palomo has the potential to look like a big hunk of granite, the rounded corners, cruciform base and substantial brass trim give it an elegant look. Yay for brass!
Many stone coffee tables feature metal bases, and this Rand Cocktail Table in Stainless Steel from Room & Board is no exception. Hand-welded stainless steel beautifully combines with a gleaming beige quartz composite top:
And speaking of quartz composite, the Tyne Round Cocktail Table in Natural Steel from Room & Board is another stellar piece that blends hand-welded natural steel with a quartz composite, this time in a refreshing shade of white:
We’ve seen granite, quartz composite, stony aggregate and even faux stone, but a large portion of today’s most popular stone coffee tables are marble. And boy are they striking! Below we see the Rider Cocktail Table from Jonathan Adler, which looks right at home in a Hollywood Regency-style living room. The piece is available with either polished nickel or blackened brass legs:
The Slab Marble Coffee Table from CB2 features smooth opal white Banswara marble with grey veining. The base of the table is iron with an antiqued silver finish:
Have you noticed that many of today’s featured coffee tables have a retro look? This Reeve Mid-Century Rectangular Coffee Table from West Elm is swimming in ’50s/’60s style, thanks to its solid wood base:
For a marble coffee table with an unexpected twist, check out the Lindley Marbled Coffee Table from Anthropologie, which shines with its high-gloss lacquered finish. Stainless steel, marble and brass are the materials of choice:
We now move on to marble coffee tables with rounded forms, and this Marble Oval Coffee Table from West Elm showcases the beauty of a marble and brass pairing. So luxurious!
The Smart Round Marble Top Coffee Table from CB2 is a vision in Carrara-style marble and polished chrome! Its form channels Deco style, with a modern twist of course:
Pedestals make everything a bit more special, don’t they?! This Marble-Topped Pedestal Coffee Table from West Elm features a marble top, as well as an antique brass-finished spun metal base:
We’ve been crazy about ferm LIVING‘s marble tables for awhile now, and the black table is a picture-perfect find for today’s post:
Below we see this black marble table in all of its modern glory. Note the chic solid marble top, as well as the bold powder coated metal frame. Top it with potted succulents and geo candle holders, and you have an instant hint of Scandinavian style:
We end the post with one more knockout vintage find: the Marble “Jumbo Table” by Gae Aulenti for Knoll, available through 1stdibs dealer Again & Again. Yep, it’s on our wish list!
Do you have any favorites from today’s roundup? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below…