REK coffee table by Reinier de Jong

December 12th, 2016 by retail design blog

REK coffee table adapts to your needs and to the space in which it is used. When you have visitors just extend the coffee table any way you like. The two middle parts slight out in two different directions. The possibilities are endless since they can be moved independently from each other. Built-in stops make sure you will not extend the sliding parts too far.

The top and two sides of REK are white HPL. The edges are finished with your choice of solid wood: oak, ash or walnut. A fourth option is a version with edges from black and white solid hpl. The dimensions of REK coffee table vary with its configuration. It measures 60 by 80 cm (about 24 in x 32 in) in collapsed state. Expanded it reaches up to about twice its length or twice its width.

Designed by Reinier de Jong
Photography by Peter van Dijk


















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2 thoughts on “REK coffee table by Reinier de Jong

  1. Stylish table and can sit or use any side or edge 🙂

  2. OMG!))))))))
    Simply, brilliantly…

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