Minotti was found in the 1950s by Alberto Minotti. By the 1960s, it had already developed into an industrial enterprise and between the 1970s and the 1980s, Renato and Roberto made their surname take the next step and it became a nationally and internationally acknowledged brand. The Italian brand is today one of the most famous luxury brands of furniture in the entire world. For this reason, today we will show you some of our favorite coffee tables by this amazing luxury brand. Get inspired and enjoy each detail of these stunning coffee tables for your living room.
A family of coffee tables whose shapes evoke the plasticity of Calder’s art. The project is a play on the numerous combinations that arise through the free association of basic geometric shapes and unconventional materials.
The tables come in three shapes: a triangle with rounded points, an elongated oval, and classic round. And three finishes: Pedulo Walnut, glossy White lacquer, and Smoked Grey glass. In addition, only in the oval shape, Silver Beola stone with beveled edges, creating a visual and tactile effect similar to river rock.
Marble, a material of timeless appeal, inspired the concept of a collection of accent tables displaying an unconventional elegance, versatility in placement and variety in finishes, available in many shapes and sizes.
Table tops in uncommon shapes rest on solid brushed oak legs with painted black finish.
The minimalist design of the structure is achieved through the subtraction of material and is then interpreted in two very different metal finishes.
The combination of materials is unique, with round table tops that can be made in Black pâte de verre glass or in ash with open-pore Black lacquer finish.
An interplay of shapes and proportions, with a bold asymmetry that seems to defy the force of gravity. This is the ruling aesthetic motif of the collection of Raymond occasional and coffee tables.
The elliptical shape prevails in both the chromed metal bases and in the glossy lacquered tops that come in a surprising array of colors, including White, Sand, Granite and the new shades of Green and Purple.
Available in various sizes and finishes, arranging Lou coffee tables near one another calls to mind a charming domestic landscape.
The construction of these tables is especially complex and combines modern technology with cabinetmaking tradition.
The fascination of the hexagonal prism derives from its many light-reflecting facets, a quality that is enhanced by glossy lacquer finishes in four sophisticated shades: Corten, Petroleum, Sand and Mud.
An overlapping of shapes and skillful combination of luxury materials – these are Benson’s distinctive traits. Its sculpted form is enhanced by the substance of wood and the shine of metal.
The Benson occasional table sits right on the floor and comes in two different sizes that complement its intended use.
A range of rigorously shaped coffee tables, available in the version without a base, with “foldaway feet”, or, alternatively, with a bright black nickel-titanium finished metal frame with a rectangular section.
The range of coffee tables, Bresson, is available in two versions, round and square; it means a major stylistic sign of this collection. Based on a combination of different materials, they look unique, while suiting the Williams consoles perfectly.
The elegant curves of the laser-cut black-nickel finished frames match the base of the Williams sofa, thus resulting in aesthetically appealing combinations.
A series of new finishes contributes a fresh, contemporary appeal to the Calder family that comprises many coffee tables and console tables, available in several sizes.
The slender iron structure now comes in a Light Bronze satin finish.