Occasional tables offer a unique opportunity to infuse your space with diverse materials and sculptural styles, adding both functionality and flair to any room. From the organic warmth of natural wood and marble to the sleek sophistication of metal and resin, occasional tables come in a variety of materials and shapes to suit every aesthetic preference. This week, we’re thrilled to showcase a handpicked collection of luxury occasional tables, each embodying the perfect balance of form and function.
Birgitte Due Madsen
The Poly Table by Birgitte Due Madsen is a show-stopping polychrome composition. It is the first edition in a series of scalable furniture made in multicolored resin. The Poly Table is created in a color scheme painstakingly selected by the artist to create a sense of perfect harmony and perfect contrast, while remaining true to her signature subtle and minimalist form. Available in green or rosa, the Poly Table injects a sense of artistry into any space.
Kwangho Lee
The AA Side Table is made from three distinct profiles in solid Finnish pine. “I have continuously thought about how elements come together to create a certain shape and purpose in the AA series. I thought it was like a collection of typefaces or hieroglyphs used a long time ago. Or a collection of squares, triangles, and circles,” says Kwangho Lee, the designer of the sculptural AA Series. This characterful piece of furniture may be compact, but its functions are extensive; use it as a stool, a side table, in groups or alone. Solid pine finished with matte wood oil.
Angelo Mangiarotti
Designed by Angelo Mangiarotti in 1971, the Eros table utilizes gravity-based joints which were first employed in his architectural work. Elegantly marrying the truncated conical base and the eyelet-scored top, the resulting visible joints have become a defining feature of the Eros collection. Available in a variety of sizes and finishes, including Carrara, grey Carnic, green Alpi, Emperador Dark, or black Marquinia marble.
Claesson Koivisto Rune
Marfa’s name comes from it’s original purpose, as it was designed and developed for Claesson Koivisto Rune’s art gallery in Marfa, Texas. A beautiful exercise in showcasing the dynamic natural qualities of solid Ash, Marfa incorporates solid wood with significant surface area, showcasing the beautiful, natural grain. A versatile piece which can be utilized as an occasional table or stool, Marfa is available with a natural finish or in black stain.

Aldo Bakker
Coffee Table is an artistic, geometric table unlike any other. A single sheet of steel rolled into a self-supporting construction with one smooth motion, Aldo Bakker’s exquisite sense of material, form and color come together to create an occasional table with dynamic sculptural appeal. Dusty green lacquered finish. Part of a collection, Coffee Table is available in two sizes with additional color options.