60″L x 40″ – 44″D x 15″H
A new addition to the Rotsen collection, this unique wood coffee table features a beautiful mango solid wood ball with an organic glass top shape, perfect for that fancy beach house chic look.
Dimensions: 60” L x 40″ – 44″D x 15” H
Ready to ship to the Continental U.S. in 2 – 3 weeks
60″L x 40″ – 44″D x 15″H
When working with natural wood, it is important to understand that each tree will offer wood with unique characteristics. Natural grain variations and color will cause the wood to react differently to a finishes. Mineral streaks, knots, small pits, and color variations are natural and in no way affect the product’s durability or integrity and are not considered defects.
Even as a finished product, the wood continues to exchange moisture with the air as it responds to climatic changes in its environment. It responds to dry air by losing moisture and shrinking. The opposite happens as humidity rises and the wood absorbs moisture. Seasonal wood movement on solid wood products is normal and not considered a warranty issue. These natural changes do not affect the furniture’s quality.
Wood furniture is best maintained at a temperature of between 68 and 74 degrees Fahrenheit, with a relative humidity between 40 and 45 percent. Avoid placing wood furniture near heating or air-conditioning outlets. If this is not possible, use a shield or guard to direct the air-flow away from the product. Exposure to extreme temperature or humidity variations can damage any solid wood pieces. This includes variations caused by humidifiers, radiators, and fireplaces. Wood can best handle variations if it happens gradually.
Do not expose solid wood furniture to direct sunlight. Extended exposure with cause the finish to fade or darken. When unavoidable, always try to uniformly expose surfaces to light. Avoid only allowing light to hit part of the surface as this may cause uneven fading. Occasionally move objects placed on the wood surface for a more uniform exposure.
Dust is abrasive, so it can create a worn, dull surface look to the product over time. Dust will accumulate in joints and cracks and become hard to remove. Weekly dusting is recommended. Use a clean, soft, washable, lint-free cloth. Avoid sponges, dishcloths and fabrics with coarse stitching or embroidery.
Moisten the cloth slightly with water to help dust adhere to it. Do not let any moisture remain on the wood surface. Wipe using gentle strokes while following the direction of the grain.
Typically, water is enough to clean the wood surface. Application of paste wax every three months will help maintain the original look of the wood. Before using any other product on your furniture, test a small, inconspicuous area to make sure that your finish won't deteriorate or soften. Wipe polish or cleaners in the direction of the grain. Do not use any products that contain silicone. Silicone can damage the finish by softening it. Avoid products not labeled specifically for wood finish care.
Made with a single slab from a naturally fallen Tamboril tree, this raw edge coffee table was designed based on the unique characteristics of the wood. The cross-through legs, visible from the top, and the natural split at the center of the slab became the focal point in the design process. The result is a unique piece, with strong character!
Customization options include finishes, reclaimed wood types, sizes, and base materials.
Dimensions: 54″ L x 40″ D x 14″ H
This uniquely shaped coffee table is made from a single live edge slab of Walnut and a U-shaped leg metal base in a powder coated weathered metal finish. Glass top optional.
Dimensions: 90″ L x 28″ D x 16″ H
Coffee table base made of a hollow trunk from a tree that died naturally. It is the result of a natural process, which sometimes is started by a fungi or insect intrusion through a broken branch. After being attacked, a tree may still live for many years, even decades, until it becomes completely hollowed out inside. One-of-a-kind item.
Glass top: 54″ L x 54″ D; 3/4″ thick
Base: 37″ L x 27″ D x 14″ H