H01 Coffee table

A solid table that at the same time has a natural ease to it.

Top made of 100% sheer limestone (30 mm thick).
Stand in oak or walnut veneer.

Launched in October 2020
Production: Hand-crafted in Stockholm, Sweden
Dimensions: L 120 cm x W 60 cm x H 40 cm
Weight: 60kg

”Stripped down to the bare essentials and cut to the core, leaving these two materials playing the lead role without the distraction of hardware or other fittings. No tools, no screws, no visual noise. There’s nothing hidden, only the true essence of two materials merged into unity. The solid base counter balance the heavy chunk of limestone, that despite its weight appears to be resting almost effortlessly.”

The H01 coffee table is designed by Rebecka Haymoz to complement the living room and enhance the feeling of raw nature at home, but at the same time the piece is exuding enough to truly strand on its own, like a sculpture, in its own right.

We will process your order directly and it ships from us within 10 working days. Delivery to doorstep in all European countries.

H01 Coffee table - the materials

Natural Oak/ Lindanäs Limestone
Walnut/ Lindanäs Limestone

When you assemble the table

Never use any brute force when slotting the two pieces of the stand together. Also make sure that the stand is fully fitted before placing the limestone top with great care. The limestone top is very heavy and ideally you are two people mounting it together. Please see the assembly instructions for more information.

How to take care of your table

Use a dry cloth to remove any dust from the wooden stand and the tabletop. Make sure to wipe up spills immediately using a damp soft cloth with warm water. Always be careful to never use any harsh cleaners, lemon juice, vinegar or other mild acids on the surfaces.

About colour variations and natural shifts

At Haymoz we only use high quality limestone. However, each stone is unique. The limestone’s differences in structure, shade, grain and content of fossils and corals gives it a lively character and natural shifts or even small wholes may occur on the surface. As well as that wood can vary regarding where the wood’s grain is located and this is a natural part of the material.

No tools, no screws.

1. Place the long part of the stand on the floor with the slot facing up.
2. Place the short part of the stand with the slot facing down and slot the two pieces together.
3. Make sure the stand is fully fitted and place the limestone top with great care on top of the stand. The polished side of the limestone is face up!
4. The edges of the wooden stand should meet the edges of the limestone top and align perfectly. Time to enjoy your new table!

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