FAQ Contact us + 44 (0)207 692 4001 Who are we?
£ (GBP)
Search by
36 offers available with the searched criterias:
  1. Remove filter Brand: Kartell
Type
  1. luminous coffee table
  2. Shelf
  3. Lamp
  4. Luminous bench
  5. Base
  6. Luminous low stool
  7. Adjustable height table
  8. Foldable table
  9. Illuminated side table
  10. Stackable stool
  11. Nested tables
  12. Plant stand
  13. Column
  14. Table accessory
  15. Round table
  16. Square table
  17. Smartlamp
  18. Additional tray
  19. Lid
  20. Bench
  21. Pouf
  22. Bar
  23. Computer desk
  24. Chair
  25. Trolley
  26. Storage unit
  27. Stepladder
  28. Small table
  29. Floor lamp
  30. Floor lamp
  31. Bedside table
  32. Base, legs
Product availability
  1. In stock (19)
Price range
  1. 100 - 200 (11)
  2. 200 - 300 (11)
  3. 300 - 400 (2)
  4. 500 or more (12)
Brand Clear
Colour
  1. Beige
  2. Brown
  3. Gold
  4. Metal
  5. Mirror
  6. Natural wood
  7. Orange
  8. Purple
  9. Silver
Material
  1. Leather
  2. Textile
  3. Cane & fibres
  4. Wood
  5. Composite material
  6. Cork
Designer
  1. AC/AL Studio
  2. Achille Castiglioni
  3. Aïssa Logerot
  4. Alain Gilles
  5. Alan van Havre
  6. Alessandro Stabile
  7. Alexander Girard
  8. Alexander Taylor
  9. Alfredo Chiaramonte
  10. Amandine Chhor
  11. Anastasia Ivanuk
  12. Anna Maria Øfstedal Eng
  13. Anne Harvala
  14. Antoine+Manuel
  15. Anton Cristell
  16. Antonino Sciortino
  17. Antoni Palleja Office
  18. Arik Levy
  19. Arne Jacobsen
  20. Aujourd'hui ou Mardi
  21. Axel Enthoven
  22. Barba Corsini
  23. Barber Osgerby
  24. Benjamin Hubert
  25. Benoît Convers
  26. Bentu Design
  27. Bertjan Pot
  28. Büro Famos
  29. Busetti - Garuti - Redaelli
  30. Cecilie Manz
  31. Charles & Ray Eames
  32. Christophe Pillet
  33. Claudio Bellini
  34. Constance Guisset
  35. Cristian Mohaded
  36. Danielle Siggerud
  37. Dario Gaudio
  38. David Hodkinson
  39. Design Studio 4P1B
  40. Dialect
  41. Diesel Creative Team
  42. Dimitri Bähler
  43. Driade Lab
  44. Dror Benshetrit
  45. e-ggs
  46. Emanuel Gargano
  47. Eno Studio
  48. Eric Berthes
  49. Ettore Sottsass
  50. Eva Vesmanen
  51. Färg & Blanche
  52. Federica Capitani
  53. Francesco Rota
  54. Franco Raggi
  55. Fratelli Campana
  56. Frédéric Sofia
  57. Fredrikson Stallard
  58. Front
  59. Gabriel Teixidó
  60. Gae Aulenti
  61. GamFratesi
  62. GamplusFratesi
  63. Garth Roberts
  64. Giò Colonna Romano
  65. Giulio Lazzotti
  66. Goula & Figuera
  67. Granstudio
  68. Graziano Moro
  69. Guglielmo Berchicci
  70. Guilherme Torres
  71. Gunilla Allard
  72. Hay Studio
  73. Henrik Pedersen
  74. Ichiro Iwasaki
  75. Inês Martinho
  76. Ionna Vautrin
  77. Isamu Noguchi
  78. Italo Pertichini
  79. Jacques Adnet
  80. Jacques Deneef
  81. Jaime Hayón
  82. Jakob Jorgensen
  83. Jan & Lara
  84. Jasper Morrison
  85. Jean-Marie Massaud
  86. Jean Prouvé
  87. Jens Fager
  88. Joa Herrenknecht
  89. Joe Colombo
  90. Johanna Grawunder
  91. Jonas Wagell
  92. Jonathan Adler
  93. Kasper Salto
  94. Kenyon Yeh
  95. Konstantin Grcic
  96. Kranen/Gille
  97. Lapo Ciatti
  98. Lars Beller Fjetland
  99. Lievore Altherr Molina
  100. Line Depping
  101. Lorenzo Arosio
  102. Luca Nichetto
  103. Lucian Ercolani
  104. Luciano Bertoncini
  105. LucidiPevere Studio
  106. Luc Jozancy
  107. Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba
  108. Marcel Wanders
  109. Marco Acerbis
  110. Marco Marin
  111. Margaux Keller
  112. Mariana Carreiras
  113. Marie-Christine Dorner
  114. Marie Michielssen
  115. Mario Tsai
  116. Martin Endrizzi
  117. Martin Solem
  118. Mathieu Matégot
  119. Matthieu Bourgeaux
  120. Mattia Albicini
  121. Maurizio Peregalli
  122. Mette Schelde
  123. Mia Hamborg
  124. Michele de Lucchi
  125. Miki Astori
  126. MODO architettura + design
  127. Monica Graffeo
  128. Moredesign
  129. Morten & Jonas
  130. MSDS Studio
  131. Nádia Soares
  132. Naoto Fukasawa
  133. Nathan Yong
  134. Nendo
  135. Nicholai Wiig-Hansen
  136. Nicolas Girard
  137. Normal Studio
  138. Norm Architects
  139. Note Design Studio
  140. Objekto
  141. Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen
  142. Orlandini Design
  143. OrtegaGuijarro Studio
  144. Pagnon & Pelhaître
  145. Paola Navone
  146. Pascal Mourgue
  147. Patrick Norguet
  148. Paul Delaisse
  149. Pavel Vetrov
  150. Pedro Paulo Venzon
  151. Peter Hvidt
  152. Peter Shire
  153. Pierre Charpin
  154. Pols Potten Studio
  155. Pool
  156. Prospero Rasulo
  157. Rachel Convers
  158. Rafic Farah
  159. Raphael Fournier
  160. Rasmus Falkenberg
  161. Renato Pigatti
  162. Renato Zamberlan
  163. Richard Sapper
  164. Roberto Mora
  165. Roberto Paoli
  166. Roderick Vos
  167. Rodolfo Bonetto
  168. Rodolfo Dordoni
  169. Roee Magdassi
  170. Ron Arad
  171. Salvatore Indriolo
  172. Sami Kallio
  173. Sarah Lavoine
  174. Sascha Sartory
  175. Sebastian Herkner
  176. Sebastiano Tosi
  177. Sezgin Aksu
  178. Shane Schneck
  179. Shiro Kuramata
  180. Silvia Suardi
  181. Simone Bonanni
  182. Simon Legald
  183. Slide Studio
  184. Space Copenhagen
  185. Stefan Diez
  186. Studio BrichetZiegler
  187. Studio EA
  188. Studio Fermob
  189. Studio Garcia Cumini
  190. Studio Job
  191. Studio Klass
  192. Studio Segers
  193. Studio Simple
  194. Susan Potts
  195. Sylvain Willenz
  196. Takashi Shinozaki
  197. Theresa Arns
  198. Thomas Bentzen
  199. Todd Bracher
  200. Tom Dixon
  201. Trine Andersen
  202. Tristan Lohner
  203. Tsé-Tsé
  204. Verner Panton
  205. Victor Carrasco
  206. Victoria Wilmotte
  207. Victor Vasilev
  208. Willumsen & Engholm
  209. Wis Design
Page
  • 1
Page
  • 1

Kartell coffee tables: flamboyant and playful design

Colourful and playful, flamboyant yet elegant – virtually no two pieces of Kartell furniture are the same. The Kartell coffee tables also impress with their variety. Clear cubes stand next to glossy tabletops and delicate details create a surprising effect. The designers from the famous Italian label approach their work with a lot enjoyment and a great deal of irony. This results in furniture that unmistakably sets Kartell apart from other designer brands. A Kartell coffee table really makes a statement in your home too. Combine the tables with a simple sofa set to create an eye-catching design in your living room. Or create a colourful, extravagant retreat with other spectacular pieces of Kartell furniture.

 

Direct from the design metropolis in Milan: coffee tables by Kartell

The designs by the label have long ranked among the absolute classics for the experts in furniture design. The company was founded in 1949 by Giulio Castelli in Milan, the Italian capital of design. Together with his wife Anna Castelli Ferrieri and other international designers such as Philippe Starck they have been producing quirky collections ever since, under the brand name Kartell. The Kartell coffee tables will also delight design fans with their diverse shapes. Cubic shapes meet transparent structures and embossed patterns, resulting in fantastical yet functional furniture.

 

Playing with light: polycarbonate Kartell coffee tables

The label has become known above all for its innovative use of polycarbonate. The transparent Kartell coffee tables made from robust plastics amaze us time and again:

 
  1. La Bohême: the stool in the shape of a vase by Philippe Starck can be used as both a coffee table or a side table.
  2. Sparkle: this Kartell coffee table by Tokujin Yoshioka impresses not only with its design but also the hidden storage area underneath the removeable lid.
  3. Panier: the table by the designer duo Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec has an open structure, which creates enchanting light effects.

It is not only the play with light and transparency which makes the polycarbonate material so attractive for designers. The plastic’s other properties also make it ideal for the Kartell coffee tables. Since polycarbonate is very robust and durable, it is suitable for both indoor and outdoor living and is also easy to clean.

 

Kartell coffee tables at Made in Design : designer objects with cult status

The furniture from the Italian label has cult status in the design world. And the Kartell coffee tables are no exception. In addition to classics such as Componibili, the brand’s newer designs are also proving popular. Be it simple designs such as the storage and coffee tables from the Trays collection by Piero Lissoni or playful designs such as the intricate T-Table by Patricia Urquiola – Kartell coffee tables have something for everyone. The Gnome end tables by Philippe Starck, ironically named Attila and Napoléon, are certainly particularly eye-catching pieces. Playful design with a twist – that is the unique quality of Kartell furniture!