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Buyer's guide: The best superyacht coffee tables

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Twist and tangle: Cappellini

The notion of low occasional tables as a superyacht interiors essential as opposed to a knickknack has been gaining traction in the design world. No longer ugly stackables, they possess all the classic virtues - utility, sturdiness and beauty - and are available from some of the top interior design brands to know, says Louis Postel.

Twist and tangle: Cappellini

Suggestive of lovers surreptitiously playing footsie, the twisting legs of these Tangle Tables actually serve a purpose: to make them easily stackable. Designed by architect Oki Sato’s Nendo group, the glass tops are made from recycled computer and TV screens. Available in anthracite, grey moss, white and terracotta.

Set of three, 11.25 inches high, $3,690, cappellini.it

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