Bomba Table

An elegant family of occasional tables, Bomba serves to independently complement a range of seating scenarios. Designed by Ivan Woods, the round, square or rectangular low floating tops sit upon distinctive tapered legs in timber or aluminum to create soft, contemporary profiles.


  • Round, square or rectangular, low height occasional table.
  • All variants range from 600mm to 1200mm in surface size, view all Specifications.
  • Surfaces made of solid Oak, legs available in timber or aluminium.
  • Product of Australia.
  • 5 year warranty.
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8-12 weeks

Bomba Table is handmade in our Melbourne factory and hand finished from solid timber.

Bomba Table

The table is available in either round, square or rectangle, with a variety of finishes such as paint, veneer or stains in Oak for the tops, and timber, or polished or powder coated aluminium for the legs.

Bomba Table Collection

Complementary accessories to the Bomba Table include Bomba Sofa and Scatter Platter cushions.

Bomba Table, Bomba Sofa, Kase Storage and Scatter Platter Cushions

ColourLab finishes

Timber Natural

  • timber-species-oak Oak
  • timber-natural-applied-finish-limewood Limewood
  • timber-natural-applied-finish-walnut-biancato Walnut Biancato
  • timber-natural-applied-finish-walnut-milano Walnut Milano

Timber Paint

  • Paint Ash Ash
  • Paint Black Black
  • Paint Blush Blush
  • Paint Cement Grey Cement Grey
  • Paint Colza Yellow Colza Yellow
  • Paint Emerald Green Emerald Green
  • Paint Fir Green Fir Green
  • Paint Gentian Blue Gentian Blue
  • Paint Grey Beige Grey Beige
  • Paint Obsidian Glass Obsidian Glass
  • Paint Orange Brown Orange Brown
  • Paint Oxide Red Oxide Red
  • Paint Pale Green Pale Green
  • Paint Parchment Parchment
  • Paint Ruby Red Ruby Red
  • Paint Signal Brown Signal Brown
  • Paint Silk Grey Silk Grey
  • Paint Steel Blue Steel Blue
  • Paint Stone Grey Stone Grey
  • Paint Strata Strata
  • Paint Sulfur Yellow Sulfur Yellow
  • Paint Traffic Red Traffic Red

Timber Wash

  • Wash Ash Ash
  • Wash Black Black
  • Wash Blush Blush
  • Timber Wash Cement Grey Cement Grey
  • timber-wash-colza-yellow Colza Yellow
  • timber-wash-emerald-green Emerald Green
  • timber-wash-fir-green Fir Green
  • timber-wash-gentian-blue Gentian Blue
  • timber-wash-grey-beige Grey Beige
  • timber-wash-obsidian-glass Obsidian Glass
  • timber-wash-orange-brown Orange Brown
  • timber-wash-oxide-red Oxide Red
  • timber-wash-pale-green Pale Green
  • timber-wash-parchment Parchment
  • timber-wash-ruby-red Ruby Red
  • timber-wash-signal-brown Signal Brown
  • timber-wash-silk-grey Silk Grey
  • timber-wash-steel-blue Steel Blue
  • timber-wash-stone-grey Stone Grey
  • timber-wash-strata Strata
  • timber-wash-sulfur-yellow Sulfur Yellow
  • timber-wash-traffic-red Traffic Red

Bomba is a dynamic, timeless sofa and table collection designed by Melbournian Ivan Woods. Named after the Latin American musical style where the dancer’s movements dictate the beat of the drums, Bomba Table is similarly led by the user’s requirements.

Adapting to any environment, Bomba is versatile and customisable, making it an ideal solution for small, medium and large spaces. Designed primarily for spaces such as lobbies and break out areas, Bomba can cater to a group of people in a collaborative space or individuals in a retreat space.

Bomba Table

The late Ivan Woods designed interiors and products for over 30 years. His work drew inspiration from his travels and interior architecture training in Perth, Australia. Working across projects within the UK, US, Germany and Italy, Ivan specialised in hotel and workspace design.

During his time at Schiavello, Woods came up with the idea for Bomba in response to the need to provide an informal, soft seating option that was inherently modular in nature, but with a contemporary lounge aesthetic.

Creating a refined and strong product with Bomba’s unusual amount of joins was intricate and difficult work. With its timber arms and legs featuring more angles than the average sofa, Bomba’s initial design challenges lay in finding a solution to creating the timberwork at a quality that was desired whilst maintaining the angular design. The well-resolved result led to a thoughtful, flexible sofa and table collection.

Designer Ivan Woods