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DISCOVER THE TIMELESS APPEAL OF LANE FURNITURE COFFEE TABLES

As one of the most-loved Mid-Century Modern furniture brands, Lane Furniture has produced coffee tables in the U.S. since the 1950s. The story of Lane Furniture begins in 1912 when founder John Lane started a chest factory out of a defunct box plant in Altavista, Virginia. From cedar chests, Lane expanded to occasional tables, case goods, accent pieces, and their signature reclining chairs. Since the brand’s inception, Lane Furniture has created durable and hard-wearing wood pieces that will endure for decades. The brand’s vintage Mid-Century Modern coffee tables are especially sought after. Characterized by a transitional style that can bring both a traditional and contemporary flair to any room, Lane Furniture coffee tables are versatile, timeless, and sophisticated.

Designed by Andre Bus, Lane’s Acclaim furniture line has maintained popularity since its introduction to the market in 1959. With smooth lines and walnut and fruitwood construction, Lane Acclaim coffee tables tread the line between modernity and tradition and have become iconic in their own right.

Lane Furniture Coffee Table Styles to Know

There are so many elements to consider when choosing the perfect coffee table to center your space: shape, size, height, material, storage — vintage Lane coffee tables have you covered when it comes to every base. If you’re looking for something more abstract, try a Lane Furniture kidney-shaped coffee table or round coffee table. Both showcase gentle curves that strike just the right balance between abstract and functional. For a more structured option, we offer vintage coffee tables with drawers that provide additional storage space so you can stow away those coffee-table books when you need some more surface area. A solid wood square coffee table can lend gravitas to a room and project a classic yet understated vibe. On the other hand, a glass-top coffee table, like one that Adrian Pearsall designed for Lane Furniture, can provide a more streamlined, modern look. As a bonus, it can show off a cool decorative rug underneath instead of covering it up completely. Once you’ve picked out a coffee table, don’t forget to accessorize with a tray to hold your favorite vase or diffuser!