As its name suggests, recalling verdant nature, Greeny arose from the interest and passion for natural materials.


Marked by harmonious elegance, this fixed table combines a solid wooden base, available in three different finishes (American walnut and natural or grey ash), with an oval or round top made with different finishes in marble, glass or ceramic. The elegance of the top’s line, displayed in its thinness, perfectly combines with the material value and the excellence of the cabinet work on the base: the result is a table that, even in its simplicity, expresses personality and visual lightness, displaying the most classic taste without, at the same time, renouncing a more contemporary aesthetic. Greeny therefore lends itself to combination with furniture of various styles: an article of furniture that can embellish any context.

Data sheet

Width: 120cm

Depth: 120cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 140cm

Depth: 140cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 160cm

Depth: 160cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 180cm

Depth: 180cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 215cm

Depth: 115cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 240cm

Depth: 120cm

Height: 75cm

  • Calacatta macchia vecchia

  • Calacatta

  • Gold Onice

  • Ardesia grey

  • Laurent

  • Carrara

  • Calacatta

  • Emperador

  • Marquinia

  • Transparent extra-light

  • Extra-light acid-treated white

  • Acid-treated black

  • American walnut

  • Natural ash

  • Grey ash

Fabrics, eco-leather, leather and emery leather shown in this website are a selection. Colors and finishes are approximate and may slightly differ from actual ones. Please visit Bonaldo dealers to see the complete collection.



Gino Carollo

The collaboration between Gino Carollo and Bonaldo started at the beginning of 2000. It was founded on a shared outlook towards internationalization and industrial design, toward product design linked to engineering, to the meticulousness of the process that starts from the prototyping stage up to the realization of finished models. Some of the most popular products made for Bonaldo include the Fun bookshelf, the April, May and June shelving units and the AX table.