Glass is a beautiful addition to your home. Beyond windows, doors and glass-front cabinets, custom glass-topped tables can be a spectacular addition to your décor. Glass topped tables can be placed on a traditional base or something unusual, so long as it will safely support and balance the glass. If you want a custom glass top for a table, contact Associated Glass in Snohomish or Lynnwood today.
Here’s a look at seven interesting ideas for glass tabletops
#1 Slim profile dining table
If you have a small dining area – or no dining area at all and have to create one in another room, a long, slim table may be the perfect fit. Frosted, etched or architectural glass can amp this up. A slim table can create a focal point that calls attention to the beautiful glass rather than the smaller dining table.
#2 Glass top drafting table
If you need a drafting table for work or want one for decorative purposes, a glass topped version can be unusual and visually appealing. This above version uses a vintage base with a custom glass top, but a newer base can work just as well. It also allows light flow while providing added work space.
#3 Asymmetrical raw wood table
A custom designed table like this can be used as a coffee table, dining table, behind-the-sofa table or end table. Reclaimed (or brand new) wood can be used to construct a one-of-a-kind base for a table of any size or function. If you like wood with glass, this can be a great addition to your home.
#4 Tech geek coffee table
This unique table uses vintage computer parts as a base, but could be done with any unique item solid enough to support a table base whether it’s a vintage wooden industrial spool, stacks of movie reels welded together, old game consoles or anything large or stackable enough to support a base.
#5 Vintage door coffee table
If antique, distressed or reclaimed is your style, a table like this can be part of cool shabby chic or eclectic décor. This table was made from an old door cut into three parts and reassembled to be a base. Any architecturally interesting door could be used as a bottom to create a custom table like this.
#6 Unique home office desk
If you work at home but don’t have a dedicated room to serve as your office, a funky table installed in your living room or bedroom can offer workspace while serving as an attractive addition to your décor. An interesting base or unusual legs with a glass top is a perfect option.
#7 Funky tree trunk yard table
Glass tops can be great for outdoor tables as well because you can hose them down when they get dirty, they won’t mold, or break-down like wood tops. This glass table top was placed on an old trunk, but you can also use creative bases like oversized planters, vintage cast iron supports, or anything else sturdy.
Want a custom glass topped table or need a glass top replacement?
If you want a one-of-a-kind table for your office or living space – or have a glass topped table that needs replaced, contact Associated Glass. We’ve been helping residential and commercial clients with their glass needs since 1959.
We can make or replace a custom table in any shape or size. Call (425) 778-2174 to reach our Lynnwood location or (360) 568-0525 to reach us in Snohomish. We’re open Monday thru Saturday and can handle all your glass and screen needs for your home, business, or auto.