Clear Lucent Coffee Table
The Lucent Coffee Table designed is a fine blend of modernity and functionality, boasting a minimal look that will suit a variety of interior spaces. This distinct design certainly makes a statement of style without overpowering a room.
The precise joining of the glass panels at right angles gives this Lucent Coffee Table a smart, unusual, and warm effect as the translucent panels overlay darken the shades. One of the strongest design aspects of this table is the feature of the curved edge top and base panels from tempered glass, which is highly durable and can withstand the demands of family life.
Additionally, the right angles of the Lucent Coffee Table create a clever division inside, which can be used to display objects or store your favorite books and magazines, so they are never out of reach when you are relaxing on the sofa. Using a classic material, such as tempered glass, makes these handsome, yet delicate tables, ideal for the home or within hotels and bars.
Made to order - ships within 5-8 weeks.
Width: 1100 mm
Height: 320 mm
Depth: 700 mm
No assembly is required.
Two people are required to lift.
Wipe the glass with a clean, dry colorless cloth.
Spray water or a glass cleaner on the surfaces. Keep in mind that some cleaning products will leave streaks on glass, so make sure to use one designed specifically for glass or opt for plain hot water.
Wipe the tabletop with a clean, dry cloth. If you find yourself with lint or dust sticking to the glass, set aside your cloth and grab some old newspaper. Crumple the newspaper into a ball and use it as you would a cloth; scrub spots on the glass and wipe repeatedly until dry.
Made in Lithuania
Founded in London in 2006, Case has a simple mission - to make quality, authored products accessible to the mass market. Using modern manufacturing techniques and collaborating with world-renowned, passion-fuelled designers from the start, Case quickly established itself as a brand that does not make you choose between quality and price point.
Designer: Matthew Hilton