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Glass has been incorporated into furniture for centuries. Long used in cabinetry and (most obviously) windows, its chic look allows in light and displays items beautifully. We have created this post to inspire you to look beyond the traditional and give your coffee table a modern–and transparent–edge.
The wicker base of this solid rectangular table allows it to stay outside rain or shine. The glass surface gives it a smooth surface and a touch of class.
Bi-Level Glass-Top Coffee Table
Image: Tom Faulkner
This square coffee table hosts two large glass surfaces. They shimmer in the natural light and keep the space feeling open.
Gold + Glass
Image: Inviting Home
Intricately designed legs hold up this glass-top table. The metallic shine matches other accents in the room and gives the table additional elegance.
Curvy Glass-Top Coffee Table
The unique shape of this glass-top table tricks the eyes. It actually curves slightly toward the couch in the room with its ultra modern glass layers and solid mahogany legs.
Ultra-modern geometric legs support this glass-top coffee table. Its clean appearance complements the other modern features in the room.
Tinted Glass-Top Coffee Table
Image: Home Design Lover
Contemporary wavy legs host a sleek tinted glass surface. The table, paired with a matching accent table and other unique accents, add dimension to this space.
Sturdy Glass-Top Coffee Table
The solid construction of this glass-top coffee table does not diminish its style. Its black painted wood contrasts wonderfully with the transparent glass surface.
Antique Glass-Top Coffee Table
Image: Design Brainy
Ornately carved legs secure the antique look of this glass-top table. Its dark wood pairs well with the lighter browns within the room.
Clearly Defined Glass Top Table
Inward sloping legs add angles to this glass-top table. Its modern appearance still works in a more neutral space.
Transparent glass showcases the uniquely constructed base of this table. All surfaces–including its stainless steel base–are reflective, industrial, and modern.
All Glass Centerpiece
Even the base of this table is constructed from glass. A tinted black top creates an edgy look in this stylish living room.
Topped with Glass
Image: Birch Lane
Glass is easy-to-clean and maintain in an outdoor space. This wicker table shines from its glass top.
Floating Glass Layers
The legs of this glass-top table wrap over the edges of both layers, giving it a floating appearance. Steel materials paired with the glass create an industrial feel.
Subtle Glass-Top Table
This glass-top table fits well in a classically designed living room. Dark wood and opaque glass top add charm to the piece.
Opaque Glass-Top Table
Image: Trendy Products
Instead of traditional glass, this opaque version softens the look of the room while still keeping it bright. This style works best in a clean, modern space.
Tropical Themed Coffee Table
Natural wood materials and a slotted design transports this table to paradise. Add to the effect by decorating with tropical flower prints and seaside decor.
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The most prominent feature of this glass-top table is its futuristic base. Tinted edges add glamour to the look.
Elongated Glass-Top Table
Image: IN MODE home
This glass-top table stretches its rectangular shape to add length to the space. A metallic base highlights other chic accents in the room and keeps the modern vibe.
Beachy Glass-Top Table
Image: Roesia Sellier
A glass-top table works well in a breezy, outdoor space. The legs of this particular one matches the other furniture bases for perfect harmony.
Whether you like traditional, antique, or modern, there is a glass-top table to fit your style. If you like the look of glass incorporated into tables, take a look at our post 35 Glass Dining Room Tables to Add Shimmer to Your Space for additional inspiration.