Mahogany Coffee Tables
Mahogany coffee tables provide the African regal ambience longed for by lodge and restaurant owners. The specific grain of Mahogany gives a unique reddish brown colour to the Mahogany coffee tables in our product stable.
The reddish browns colours are often copied in veneers, but only true Mahogany can give the richness required for the African royal feeling. What makes this type of wood so suitable for coffee tables is it pliability. The wood works amazingly easy making it possible to come up with rather original designs that incorporate contemporary European inspirations with that of Pan African influences for stunning end-results.
Some of the features that make Mahogany suitable for coffee tables and lodge furniture
Mahogany unlike many other woods has a straight grain and not many pockets. This makes it possible to use large pieces to make up one furniture article. Although light in colour when first used it becomes rather dark as it ages. This makes Mahogany coffee tables much the same as quality red wine that becomes richer and more valuable when it matures. The wood has a magnificent sheen even without any polishing.
Another reason for its popularity in lodge and restaurant furniture is the fact that is extremely durable ensuring cost savings in the long run as you will not have to replace or repair the coffee tables every few years. Since coffee tables are items that must be able to withstand a lot of wear and tear, Mahogany becomes the wood of choice in the manufacturing of stylish coffee tables for lodges, guesthouse, and restaurants. Stain resistance is yet another characteristic of the wood, and when it comes to the many cups and glasses that will be placed on the table; this is one feature not to be ignored.
View our online catalogue for pictures of the Mahogany coffee tables available or contact us for a custom order according to your requirements.
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