Layered Coffee Tables

30 January 2020

Over the past couple years there has been a growth in interest in interior design and stylised living rooms. From this it seems many have awakened to the idea that when it comes to coffee tables, two is almost always better than one.

Layered coffee tables are perfect for the sort of person who grows easily bored with their interiors. If you’re someone who moves the sofa from the window to the opposite wall around every three months, then you’re really going to enjoy this concept. Group differently sized tables together to cleverly create one layered coffee table, or move them apart and use some of the pieces as end tables. The formula is entirely up to you. Here at Lime Modern Living we have plenty of options for you to create your own perfect coffee table collection.

Calligaris Tweet Coffee Table Cattelan Italia Billy Keramik Coffee Tables

Pictured above: Calligaris' Tweet and Cattelan Italia's Billy Keramik

The Calligaris Tweet is available in multiple finishes, heights and shapes perfect for creating a layered coffee table collection. This coffee table also comes in a conjoined version, so if time or creativity isn’t your strong suit, there's a pre-made layered-look ready for you.

The Bontempi Casa Hip Hop coffee table is perfect for the most sophisticated, with its clean sharp edges and angular legs this oozes with modernity. This table has a glass top and would look perfect juxtaposed with another table with a matt finish.

The Cattelan Italia Billy Keramik table is arguably the most perfect table for layering. Available in various heights and sizes, and also in a set of three, this table is designed to be layered. Pictured here is the Keramik version, but this table is also available in wood and gloss, purchase one of each for a varied look.

If space is limited, without room for a coffee table collection, the Cattelan Italia Sting side table is most likely the best option for you. Available in various heights and sizes and finishes for the perfect custom look, Sting looks great clustered together along the edge of a sofa.

Along with varied heights, why not mix up the finishes of the tables - this will allow you to pick up multiple accent colours in the interior, tying the room together nicely.


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