There are not many coffee tables on the lists of the most iconic Danish furniture. But if there were, Poul M. Volther’s 1951 coffee table would probably be included. With its lightweight exterior, the table matches many of the well-known sofas from the golden age of Danish furniture design. And with its elongated, rounded shape, it’s an elegant addition to most living rooms or other rooms where you need to set things up on a long, low table. With a length of 1.2 meters, there is also plenty of room to place items from the countertop or on the elegant magazine shelf, which consists of three round sticks.