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A Classic Gets a New Lease of Life

French cane weaving has undergone a true renaissance in interior design, where the trend is evident in everything from cabinets to chairs and bed headboards. The coffee table 'No. 25' from Intarsia Furniture, designed in the 1960s, features a beautiful and practical magazine shelf in the popular cane weaving – giving the classic piece of furniture a contemporary expression.

The French cane weaving provides a beautiful contrast to the solid wood, giving the furniture a simultaneously airy and robust appearance.

'No. 25' is a beautiful example of how French cane weaving is now produced in sustainable bamboo, aligning perfectly with the current trend of organic interior design - without compromising on beautiful and sleek design.


Coffeetable No.25 whit french cane from Intarsia Furniture



The coffee table 'No. 25' from Intarsia Furniture is crafted in solid wood, featuring a simple and tasteful design, and it is proudly made in Denmark. The coffee table is designed with a practical magazine shelf, perfect for displaying exquisite coffee table books and decorative magazines.

In its entirety, the 'No. 25' table presents itself as light and elegant, with many unique details such as the distinctive solid chamfered edge, the beautiful veneer work, and the iconic design of the legs.

'No. 25' offers numerous possibilities for use. It can serve as a classic coffee table for your sofa set while being particularly well-suited for the modern home with panoramic windows, where the table can function as a window piece.


Details from Coffeetable No.25 whit french cane shelving



'No. 25' in smoked oak has received a dark-oil treatment, enhancing the structure with a warm glow and emphasizing the beautiful dark color. With a clear contrast between the dark oak and the light French cane weaving, the coffee table achieves a modern and extraordinary expression.

Intarsia Furniture's coffee table 'No. 25' in natural or white-oiled finish fits perfectly into Nordic interiors with untreated, soap-treated, or lye-treated furniture, contributing to completing a stylish and Scandinavian home decor.

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