Coffee Tables

FAQs about Concrete Coffee Tables

About Concrete Coffee Tables

Concrete slab coffee tables have gained popularity in interior design due to their modern, industrial, and versatile aesthetic. Before purchasing a concrete coffee table top or complete table, it's essential to consider your space's overall design, maintenance requirements, and how well it fits into your lifestyle and preferences.

Concrete tables are made by casting GFRC concrete into molds. The GFRC mixture includes Portland cement, sand, glass fibers, and water, as well as additives that improve strength, flexibility and appearance. The surface is then refined over the course of several steps in order to yield a finished, bespoke product.

Concrete Coffee Table Design

Concrete coffee table tops come in various shapes, sizes, and designs. Some have sleek, minimalist designs with straight lines and sharp angles, while others may feature rounded edges or artistic designs. Some incorporate other materials like wood, metal, or glass to create a mixed-material look. At Trueform, coffee tables can be customized in innumerable ways including by size, color, shape, etc.

Concrete fits well in various interior design styles, including industrial, modern, rustic, and even minimalist aesthetics. Thanks to their versatility, concrete tables can serve as a focal point or complement other furniture pieces in a room.

Concrete Coffee Table Durability & Maintenance

Concrete slab coffee tables are known for their durability and sturdiness. When properly sealed and cared for, they can resist stains, scratches, and heat, making them suitable for everyday use in living rooms and other spaces. That said, care should be taken to avoid scratching the surface or placing hot objects on the concrete as this can weaken the sealer.

All of our concrete products come sealed. Sealing the concrete surface is crucial in protecting it from moisture and subsequent stains. Regular cleaning with a mild, non-acidic cleanser while avoiding abrasive cleaning materials can help maintain its appearance. Periodic resealing may be necessary on concrete surfaces subjected to intense/heavy use in order to preserve their finish and maintain optimum moisture protection.