Madrid coffee table

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Designer: Morten Georgsen

From $1,229.00
As shown $2,099.00
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Expected delivery: 6-8 weeks. Due to current systemic global logistic challenges, the delivery times might not reflect reality. Your local store will be able to provide more accurate delivery timings.
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Meet Madrid

Clean lines and organic shapes come together in a floating design to make the Madrid coffee table a sensory, vibrant piece for your interior. Designed by Morten Georgsen, this classic yet contemporary coffee table makes modern statement in any space.

Dimensions and weight

  • Diameter: 31½ "
  • Height: 14¼/17½ "
  • Tabletop thickness: 1 "
  • Height to table top: 16¾ "
  • Weight: 99 lb
  • Maximum weight load: 44 lb

Key features

  • Can be assembled in two different heights

Materials:

  • Tabletop: ceramic/fiberboard/ceramic/fiberboard/fiberboard
  • Leg/base: steel/steel

Finish

  • Tabletop: edge sanded/lacquered/edge sanded/lacquered
  • Leg/base: powder coated

Assembly instructions

This product is easy to assemble. Just follow the instructions and we’re sure you can do it without any extra help from us.

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Item number

3700AD210192180

Designer:

Morten Georgsen

Multiple choices

Create the perfect coffee table for your interior with multiple tabletop and base options.

Visual softness

The streamlined design of Madrid makes it stand out. At the same time, the table's round shape creates a visual softness that opens up any space.

Combine different sizes

The floating design of the Madrid coffee table can easily stand alone, but it can also be combined with other tables, such as the Madrid side table, for a more cohesive look.

One table—two height options

The cone base of the Madrid coffee table can be mounted at two different heights to suit your space and style.

    A tip from our interior designer

    “Experimenting with home styling ideas is the key to creating an incredible interior design. Decorating is an iterative process and the most important thing is to get started.”