Nothing screams “elegant” louder than glass top dining table. Mostly, dining tables with glass top are designed with modern flair, thus providing plenty of innovative styles and models you can freely choose to match your dining room interior.
From round table to traditional rectangular to square dining table, the glossy, sleek table top surface absolutely can keep function and balance for more delightful dining time.
Rectangular Dining Table with Glass Top
Rectangular dining table makes a standard in any dining room interior design. You can find options from a table that can seat 4 to 6 to a piece that can even seat up to 12 persons at once. The glass top can be matched with nearly any material for the table base, such as chrome and even wood. Don’t shy away from unique table base design, considering the see-through glass top will allow the eye to explore the base design freely.
Square Dining Table with Glass Top
On the other hand, you may want to consider a square dining table instead. It makes an interesting alternative to the standard rectangular counterpart, but it makes a more fitting choice if you have a dining room with rounded shape; the crisp and straight lines of the table, which is accentuated by the sleek glass top, thus can balance the arches the rounded room showcases. You can thus take the style to a whole different level.
Round Dining Table with Glass Top
Unfortunately, a rectangular table can feel awkward in a small space. Therefore, a round table makes an ideal solution for you. You can consider the round table with glass top and pedestal base, which is highly popular among small quarters. And it goes without saying that the pedestal table has stylish appearance, thanks to its modern approach.
You can even find a round table with tempered glass base for a more artful approach to the functional piece of furniture while keeping you to move around the dining area easily despite the limited space available!
Do not forget to measure the size of the space available for the table. But worry not; even if you are dealing with a relatively smaller space, the see-through glass table top makes the table’s presence “barely there”.
This thus can open things up, helping you to create a more open and larger dining area, even with glass round table in your smaller kitchen dining nook. And last but not least, be sure you pair the table with dining chairs that are as stylish as the table to create a cohesive design for more attractive meal time.