6 Types of Glass Coffee Tables to Complete Any Room’s Look

Could one of these tables take your living room to the next level?



Whether you’re looking for a statement furniture piece or general design inspiration, take a peek at these dramatic living spaces, which have one thing in common: a stunning glass coffee table that steals the show. From intricate designs to pared-back classics, these striking tables take the starring role in the room, not only because of a central spot, but also because they bring that special something to the space. Could a similar table help you take your living room to the next level?

FLAT15, original photo on Houzz

 

1. Styled to perfection. Finished with slick chrome detailing, this glass table has another key to success: the collection of pieces on top that sets the tone for the room’s refined look. Neat stacks of books create a sense of calm and order, while the display’s linear lines mirror the striking picture gallery on the wall behind. Candles and a monochromatic floral arrangement keep things understated and elegant.

 

Whilton Locks Carpet Co, original photo on Houzz

 

2. Tinted. When decorating with dark and earthy colors, stick to similar moody glass tones like black or brown.

This sultry coffee table topped with black glass has a distinctive 1980s feel and is the perfect addition to the retro-style living space. The dark glass ties in with the inky colors and adds to the warm, cocooning feel.

 

McGlashans Interiors, original photo on Houzz

 

3. Graphic. This complex design is a piece of art in itself, creating a striking feature and emphasizing the sense of space in the long room. The styling is kept to a minimum to allow the fabulous legs to set a contemporary tone.

 

Shanade McAllister-Fisher Interior Design, original photo on Houzz

 

4. Slender. If you don’t want a your coffee table to make a big statement, go for a subtler design that blends in with the backdrop.

This dainty number is a wonderful addition to the pared-back living room, as the warm metal detailing connects the elements of the room together — the floor lamp, the sofa legs and even the mirror tie in beautifully for a reassuringly balanced effect. Slim legs on tables like this, as well as consoles, sofas and beds, are a hot look right now.

 

Claire Bloom Interiors, original photo on Houzz

 

5. Industrial. Does your room lack direction? Then try choosing a glass coffee table that will make a strong style statement to pull your design together without dominating the space. In this living room, the table’s bold metal frame has a modern, industrial look that’s echoed in the wall mirror, giving the room character and personality.

 

The White House Interiors, original photo on Houzz

 

6. Related to other elements. Similarly, this glass coffee table’s bold, confident lines reflect the living room’s sophistication. Note how the table’s dark detailing also picks up on the legs of the armchair and the picture frames on the wall. Bringing elements together like this adds the final polish and is key to creating this smart look.

 

 

 

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