Tipaz Coffee Table

Special Price $425.00 Regular Price $499.00
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Perfectly imperfect the Tipaz coffee table is guaranteed to be the showstopper of your living room.


Timeless in design, the unique Tipaz coffee table can surpass any trend just by looking natural. 


A Blackwood top features a beautiful live-edge and sits on contemporary black Steel legs for a warm and rustic feel.


Blackwood is one of the most sought after exotic hardwood timbers in New Zealand. With rich Golden Browns and touches of red and blackish tones running through the grain it sits in the same class as Rimu, Mahogany, Teak and Walnut.


Thanks to natural variations in the wood no two pieces are the same, so you’re investing in a piece that’s one of a kind – pretty cool huh?