Jacobsen, Hein and Mathsson Super-Elliptical Table / L 150 - Fritz Hansen - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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Fritz Hansen
1.200,00€
Office shelf L 78 cm - String Furniture-Ash-The Woods Gallery
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String
From 118,00€
Folding wooden table L 78 cm - String Furniture-Chêne-Blanc-The Woods Gallery
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String
From 409,00€
Florence Knoll Oval Calacatta Marble Table - 200 x 120 cm - Knoll - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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knoll
6.500,00€
Tulip Round Table in Calacatta Marble by Eero Saarinen - Ø 140 cm - Knoll - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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knoll
4.200,00€
Mingle Table by Trine Andersen - Ø 130 cm - Ferm Living-Taupe-The Woods Gallery
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Ferm Living
1.220,00€
Extendable teak table - L 142cm - Knoll - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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knoll
3.200,00€
Flod Dining Table by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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Ferm Living
2.439,00€
George Nelson Table or Desk - Herman Miller - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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Herman Miller
1.200,00€
Super-Elliptical Rosewood Table 180cm by Jacobsen, Hein and Mathsson - Fritz Hansen - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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Fritz Hansen
3.000,00€

1 / How to repaint your coffee table?

Your coffee table needs a little brushing up, but you don't know how to do it? You are in the right place ! Follow these few steps, and your table will be like new. Step 1: Start by preparing your table. To do this, take it apart if possible. Then, degrease there with water and Marseille soap, and sand it. Finally, remove the sawdust by vacuuming. Step 2: With a large brush, apply a special wood primer so that the paint adheres well to your table. Step 3: Once the undercoat is dry, evenly apply glycero or acrylic paint in the color of your choice, starting with the hardest to reach parts. It is better to apply several thin coats (two to three) than one thick coat. If your table is made of wood, apply only two coats of stain, without an undercoat; the stain will highlight the grain of the wood, while strengthening its color. Step 4: Finally, apply a layer of protective varnish to protect the paint and facilitate the maintenance of your table. It's over !

2 / How to make a coffee table with a pallet for your living room?

To make a coffee table, you will need the following materials: a pallet, a jigsaw, sandpaper, four wheels and the materials needed to secure them, nails, a hammer, long screws, a drill, a screwdriver , a ruler, a set square, a pencil, and stain. Step 1: Detach all the pieces of the pallet between them, wooden boards and feet. Step 2: This step consists of making two identical trays. To do this, you have to assemble the boards together, by nailing them to three other boards that will be perpendicular to them (one at each end, and one in the middle). Cut the boards to the necessary length, and sand at each cutout. The number of boards will depend on the width you want for your table. Step 3: Screw 9 pallet feet onto one of the two trays you just made: three are needed at each end, and three in the center. Step 4: Place the second plate on the legs, and also screw it at the level of each leg. Step 5: Attach a caster to each corner of the coffee table. Step 6: To finish, pass two coats of stain on the table; this step is optional, but it will enhance the wood while protecting it! You will just have to find a set of chairs or a bench to be able to fully enjoy it! We highly recommend the Herman bench !

3 / How to choose your coffee table?

The coffee table is an integral part of the living room decoration. To choose the one that best suits your interior, there are a few criteria to respect; here is how to choose your coffee table. Dimensions: The size of your coffee table should be adapted according to the size of your room. Indeed, if the table is too big for the space you have, then your living room will appear smaller than it actually is. As for the height of the table, the ideal is that it be identical to that of your sofa; on the market, coffee tables are generally between 25 and 40 cm high. The material: The manufacturing material is to be chosen according to the style you want. A wooden table will be perfect for a Scandinavian decoration, a metal table for an industrial style, and for small spaces, a glass table will seem less imposing than a table made of a material that is not transparent. The shape: Coffee tables generally have a round or rectangular shape. Round tables are more suitable for large spaces, when surrounded by several armchairs and sofas. Rectangular tables are ideal if you only have one sofa, two sofas facing each other, or a corner sofa. You now have all the keys in hand to choose your coffee table!

4 / How to clean your coffee table?

In order to keep your coffee table as long as possible, it is important to maintain it regularly. Depending on the material of your table, the maintenance will be different. Here are the right things to do to clean your table without damaging it! Wooden table: To clean your wooden table, here is an idea for a homemade cleaner that you can make: in a basin, pour white vinegar, liquid Marseille soap, a few drops of olive oil, and a few drops of olive oil. essential oil of pine. Dip a sponge in the mixture, and pass it on your table. To rinse it, use a sponge moistened with lukewarm water. Repeat cleaning as needed. Glass table: Glass has the disadvantage of highlighting the slightest trace, and this is why its cleaning is quite delicate. Start by wiping the dust off the dust. Then, mix water and alcohol vinegar in a basin (50/50), immerse a clean cloth in it, wring it out so that it is only damp and not soaked, and clean your table. Finally, dry the table with another dry cloth. Plastic table: In a small basin, mix lukewarm water with white vinegar. Dip a sponge in it, and sprinkle baking soda on it. Clean your table with emphasis on tasks. To rinse it, use a damp sponge.

5 / How to decorate your coffee table?

What could be better than a pretty decoration to highlight your coffee table? If you're lacking inspiration, you've come to the right place; here are our tips to beautify your table. Bring some greenery: To give your living room a natural feel, buy a plant or a vase in which to place a bouquet of flowers. If plant care isn't your thing, you can always buy fake ones! Arrange a few candles: Candles will be ideal for creating a subdued and intimate atmosphere in your living room. You can play with models, colors, and scents! Place a decorative tray: A decorative tray, regardless of its shape and material, will bring a nice touch of decoration to your interior; in addition, you can have some small practical everyday objects there. Install a lamp: A small decorative lamp, to be placed on the table, will diffuse a warm atmosphere in your living room. Now that you have read these few tips, make room for your imagination and adopt a decor that suits you!

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