Stone Coffee Tables

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River Stone Cocktail Table, Roman Stone - DIGS
River Stone Cocktail Table, Roman Stone
Price
$1,372.50$1,872.50
River Stone Cocktail Table, Silver Leaf - DIGS
River Stone Cocktail Table, Silver Leaf
Price
$1,372.50$1,922.50
River Stone Cocktail Table, Gold Leaf - DIGS
River Stone Cocktail Table, Gold Leaf
Price
$1,372.50$1,922.50
River Stone Cocktail Table, Gel Coat White - DIGS
River Stone Cocktail Table, Gel Coat White
Price
$1,372.50$1,872.50
black stone coffee table
River Stone Cocktail Table, Gel Coat Black
Price
$1,372.50$1,872.50
River Stone Cocktail Table, Polished Aluminum - DIGS
River Stone Cocktail Table, Polished Aluminum
Price
$1,372.50$1,872.50
River Stone Cocktail Table, Bronze - DIGS
River Stone Cocktail Table, Bronze
Price
$1,372.50$1,922.50
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River Stone Cocktail Table, Gel Coat Silver - DIGS
River Stone Cocktail Table, Gel Coat Silver
Price
$1,372.50$1,872.50
River Stone Coffee Table, Charcoal
River Stone Coffee Table, Charcoal
Price
$1,372.50$1,872.50
River Stone Cocktail Table, Liquid Gold
River Stone Cocktail Table, Liquid Gold
Price
$2,372.50$3,122.50
River Stone Coffee Table, Dark Granite
River Stone Coffee Table, Dark Granite
Price
$1,372.50$1,872.50
River Stone Cocktail Table, Liquid Silver - DIGS
River Stone Cocktail Table, Liquid Silver
Price
$2,372.50$3,122.50

Serving a myriad of functions, the coffee table presents both a functional and an aesthetic element to the contemporary living space. Aside from serving as a sturdy place to put down your beverage in between sips, modern coffee tables can also showcase a homeowner’s eclectic side, with a variety of styles, like those that feature stone tops, to pop and make the room more inviting.

As the name suggests, stone coffee tables are a glamorous substitute for traditional wooden options. Hand chiseled and sculpted by artisans, on average, they weigh between 10 to 50 lbs., depending on the design and dimensions. Modern stone top coffee tables come in a wide selection of colors, including popular neutrals such as white, silver, black, and gold. However, it’s the organic shape and minimal finishes that make stone top coffee tables the ultimate look for the casual living room. 

Similar to ottomans, a well-placed stone coffee table adds a lot of charm to the room, while also performing as coffee tables should—a place for food, beverage, and other living room adornments. On that note, when it comes to decorating stone coffee tables, the contemporary rule of thumb is less is more. This is especially true for those who exercise minimalism in their homes. Maintain balance and style by decorating your stone coffee table with a small centerpiece and a collection of coasters. This allows you to avoid cluttering the surface with items that are cumbersome but also brings balance to the functionality of the furniture. You can even switch out your centerpiece seasonally to keep relevant and create a contrast that leaves guests awe-inspired by your creative sense of style!

Additionally, your aesthetic stone top coffee table should complement your modern living space. This means that aside from contributing to its chic surroundings, it should also persuade you to sit down, relax, and put your feet up from time to time. 


How to clean a stone coffee table

While incredibly durable, stone top coffee tables are made from porous materials that outlive any of your other furniture if properly maintained. Since polished with a protective finish, regular cleaning should be part of the longevity of your living room’s new statement piece.


Listed below are some easy day-to-day cleaning tips for your stone coffee table:

  1. Brush away any loose dirt and/or dust
  2. Use clean, warm water mixed with mild soap as a safe, household cleaning solution
  3. Use a clean, soft microfiber cloth or brand-new sponge to wipe the surface of the table
  4. Be sure to use a dry cloth post-cleaning to ensure all residue is removed—this will prevent any water spots

How to remove stains from a stone coffee table

Although stains would be incredibly rare, should they occur, it’s very easy and important to treat them as soon as possible. Any granite or stone-friendly polish should remove common stains on coffee tables such as grease, oil, tea, coffee, and wine. 

  1. Apply polish to the stained area—allow the mist to cover residue
  2. Scrub it with a brand-new sponge
  3. After the stain is removed, finish cleaning by following the above steps laid out for easy cleaning tips

A modern stone top coffee table is an alluring addition to your living space, and we’ve got a wide selection to match any style and budget!