With its cool minimalist vibe and just the right amount of industrial style, the hardwearing concrete coffee table is sweeping home lovers off their feet.
A concrete coffee table is a true statement piece when it comes to living room and outdoor furniture. It elevates rooms, ties a space together beautifully and it works well inside and out. But it’s not just its good looks and versatility that have Aussies caught up in the concrete craze. Concrete tables are also durable and stable – two things we all want our furniture to be, especially with kids and pets in the house!
Start preparing space in your living room, because we’re shortlisted the standout concrete coffee tables available in Australia right now.
Table of contents
- Why choose a concrete coffee table?
- 13 Concrete Coffee Tables For Australian Homes
- Moon Coffee Table, $1399
- Marina Concrete Coffee Table, $799
- Mostir Round Concrete Coffee Table, $799
- Syracuse Indoor/Outdoor Coffee Table, $69
- Kona Dome Concrete Coffee Table, $499
- Verona Concrete Coffee Table, $1495
- Kala Cement-Top Coffee Table, $799
- Cooper Rectangular Concrete Table, $690
- Slab Round Concrete Coffee Table, $1180
- Aksel Coffee Table, $1325
- SLABS By Design Arch Coffee Table, $2600
- HALO Round Concrete Coffee Table, $2400
- Portia Outdoor Coffee Table, $399
Why choose a concrete coffee table?
There’s a lot to love about these robust additions to living and leisure zones. Here are just a few of the reasons we can’t get enough of concrete:
- Strength – Even when made with glass-fibre reinforced cement for less weight, coffee tables are seriously strong and able to withstand a lot of weight. (Cue that heavy centrepiece you’ve had your eye on!)
- Versatility – Concrete styles come with the good looks of a marble table, but the added convenience of working well anywhere, whether in a living room paired with a set of swivel chairs or on an outdoor terrace.
- Varied shapes – One of the coolest things about concrete is it can be used to create almost any shape. So when it comes to coffee tables, you’re not limited to just round and rectangular options. After a round table to pair with a curved sofa? No problem.
- Neutral palette – Concrete usually comes in natural shades of white, black or grey, making it easy to partner with existing furniture and decor.
- Industrial vibes – From chic warehouse apartments to urban townhouses, a concrete table brings a fab touch of industrial minimalism to the space.
- Less maintenance than wood – While wooden tables often require oiling and some degree of care over the course of their lives, a concrete table needs little in the way of maintenance.
13 Concrete Coffee Tables For Australian Homes
Whether you’re after a black, white, curved or rectangular coffee table, you’ll find it below in our complete list of concrete beauties.
Want your coffee table to double as artwork? Look no further! The Freedom Moon Table comprises two shapes: a crescent moon and a full moon, both crafted from textured neutral concrete. It’s perfect if you love the idea of levels in your furniture for organisation and display.
Oozing industrial vibes, the Marina table is ready to slide into contemporary homes effortlessly. At 90cm in diameter, there is room for a butler’s tray, your favourite books and the usual TV accessories that inevitably pile up. The thick concrete top on this one is sealed with a PU to help keep spills easy to manage.
With sleek looks and just the right amount of texture, the cement-fibre Mostir is an instant favourite. It measures 90cm in diameter and comes in a choice of Gardenia and Grey, both versatile enough to work anywhere. The gentle ripples along the edge immediately catch the eye and the ultra-smooth top is hardwearing and ready to go the distance.
In smooth and versatile white, the Syracuse boasts a thick flat top and gentle undulating curves at the base. It measures 95cm in diameter, making it a fabulous mid-sized option for small to medium living room areas. This one weighs 69kg and is suitable for indoor and outdoor use. We’re loving this for a modern pool house.
With a classic dome shape that never loses appeal, this coffee table from Lounge Lovers will see you through years of indoor or outdoor entertaining. Crafted from PU-coated concrete, it’s sleek, versatile and ultra-tough without being excessively heavy. It measures 90cm in diameter, big enough for couples or families.
Whether you position it under the shade sails of your stone terrace or in your living room, the Verona by Coco Republic is destined to steal the show. It has a sculptured shape that you just want to touch and comes with a glorious white finish. It measures 800mm in diameter.
We’re huge fans of mixed materials when it comes to living room furniture and that’s just what the Kala dishes up in spades. With a thick concrete top and rich wooden base, it’s equal parts earthy and modern – ready to slot right into any type of home. It measures 94cm in diameter and weighs 41.5kg.
Part of a range of 11 pieces, the Cooper by Nick Scali brings a touch of Farmhouse style to contemporary living. It has a gorgeous thick tabletop crafted from white concrete and features grey-wash acacia legs and underneath storage – because you can never have too much storage!
In an absolute stroke of genius, the Trit House Slab Coffee Table manages to look both playful and elegant at the same time – and we’re head over heels for it. It measures one metre in diameter and 40cm high to be as functional as it is fabulous. Pair it up with the matching side table for complete harmony in your living zone.
Dishing up irresistible angles and loads of Scandi appeal, the low-line Aksel table by Nordik Living is both powerful and practical. It offers over one square metre of surface space and sits nice and low to the floor for a sleek look that looks amazing with low sofas. Better still, it’s suitable for use inside or out.
With contemporary curves, the Arch Coffee Table is crafted from a single piece of concrete. It features commercial-grade sealant for extra protection against spills and it’s available in 20 different colours. Arches for days!
From dark purple to earthy grey, the impressive HALO comes in a huge range of colours to suit almost any interior style you’ve got going on. It’s safe to use outdoors as well as indoors and it features a huge surface for housing your living room essentials.
Featuring a powder-coated aluminium frame and fibre-reinforced concrete tabletop, the Portia is pure industrial elegance. Exclusive to Domayne, it has a large surface area and all the charm you want in a statement coffee table.
You may be surprised to learn that, thanks to modern technology, many concrete tables are actually lighter than comparable solid wood options. The use of glass fibre reinforced concrete (GFRC) gives many of these modern tables toughness and stability without all the weight of solid wood or traditional concrete.
While most modern concrete tables are sealed to help prevent stains, it doesn’t mean that they’re completely resistant to them. Be extra diligent when it comes to spills on your beloved concrete table – especially if it’s a light colour. If spills and stains are commonplace in your house, a glass coffee table might be a better choice.
Concrete tables are very durable. In fact, they often stand the test of time better than wood which is more prone to chipping and denting. Concrete handles itself well in the heat and cold, and it doesn’t scratch – that means it will retain that designer look for years.
Top image: Coco Republic
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