Chichester Coffee TablePart of our Chichester collection
Delivery 2 – 4 weeks
Delivery 2 – 4 weeks
The Chichester coffee table has a relaxed, farmhouse feel that creates a natural focal point in a sitting room. The spacious solid oak top brings warmth and texture, while you can store anything from books to blankets on the open undershelf. Tongue and groove panelling on the shelf reflects Chichester’s Georgian inspiration, as do the elegant mouldings throughout.
Design & engineering
- Made with durable mortise-and-tenon joinery.
- Solid oak surface protected with Natural Oak IsoGuard.
- Hand-finished with a customisable eggshell paint.
- Discreet glides under the feet for floor protection.
Our co-founder John and creative founder Emma turned to antique shops and reclamation yards to furnish their first home. They were drawn to Georgian country furniture, and the pieces they chose inspired Chichester – our first interior collection. This influence is evident in Chichester’s traditional farmhouse feel and its defining features including elegant proportions, decorative mouldings and carved skirting.
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Delivery & returns
- Furniture orders to the mainland UK and Northern Ireland come under our white glove service.
- Your order will be delivered within 5-10 days if the piece is available now.
- Orders placed from outside the UK or Ireland will be delivered by our international courier partners.
- Read our full delivery policy here.
- You can return any item within 28 days of delivery, but you may be charged for a courier or collection service.
- If you cancel your order within 24 hours, you will be fully refunded.
- For tailored items and fitted cabinetry, we can only refund 80% of the cost.
- Read our full returns policy here.
Care & need to knows
- Clean the oak with our surface soap.
- Take care of the oak with our IsoGuard care kit and treatment oil.
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