Make a feature of form with this strikingly angled coffee table. Choose from contemporary glass, classic oak and rich walnut.
With contrasting finishes and colours for eye-catching impact. The sleek, smooth oak is off-set by steel legs in a glossy white finish.
Built to last, with a sturdy wood top finished in American oak veneer. With strong steel legs that simply clip on.
Designed by Jochem Faudet
With a background in industrial design, Jochem later set up his own product design studio in Shoreditch. He works across disciplines including interior and exhibition design.
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|Get this dispatched||Within 5 working days|
|Standard delivery price||£19.90 (free on orders over £300)|
|General Dimensions||L121 x D71 x H31cm|
|Packaging Dimensions||Box 1 - 37 x 21 x 17cm. Box 2 - 77 x 7 x 128cm|
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|Materials||Engineered wood top with American oak veneer and steel legs|
|Finish||Glossy white powder coating and clear lacquer|
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Questions about the Hexag Coffee Table in oak and white (2)
Paul 14 Dec 2012
If I drag this table around the room (setting up for parties, or just whilst cleaning) is there any risk that the legs will come unclipped?
Made Customer Services 14 Dec 2012
The legs are very firmly fixed on this table; it's a very sturdy piece. Whilst we wouldn't recommend that you drag it around, the legs will not come off easily in this sort of situation.
Mitah 3 Mar 2013
How easy is it to assemble the table. What are the types of tools do I need?
Made Customer Services 3 Mar 2013
This table is very easy to assemble (it just clips together), you don't need any tools at all.
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