A coffee table is a thing that we see in every home, there’s no living room without it. If you want to add a modern and edgy feel to your living room, glass coffee tables accentuate the legs or the base as the tabletop is usually transparent. Opt for a glass coffee table, and I’ve prepared some ideas for you to get inspired and go buy immediately.
Add a bit of party to the interior with cheerful balloon coffee table! Toughened glass, metal resin composite, and toughened steel rods comprise the materials used by Duffy London and, despite their durable quality, formulate a feeling of weightlessness. Faux-strings attached to the base of the balloons tether the orbs to the ground, composing an intricate swirling pattern on the ground.
Layer by Luca Nichetto features stacked wooden rings to form the base of this glass-topped table. They appear to be unsteady and may topple over at any moment but not so. The rings come in a variety of colors for you to customize.
Cyprus-based furniture designer Stelios Mousarris has realized the nostalgia-inducing Rocket coffee table. The piece is inspired by his old toys, which he found and played with them for hours. He understood that he wanted to create something that would reflect that feeling of carefreeness that we have in the childhood. The piece brings fluffy, cartoon-like clouds and aerial rockets from a personal toy collection to life in the form of a functional object. In its realization, Rocket coffee table combines various techniques from lathe to 3D printing, resin casting and traditional hand carved elements.
‘LOCK’ coffee table is designed out of the qualities, possibilities and characteristics of the highly sustainable material: bamboo. The frame is build up from pressed layers of flexible bamboo and the shape formed by the material’s natural bending curve. The layers of bamboo curve through each other and entwine, locking each other in place. For the layered frame: two different color-tones are used: natural and caramel bamboo.
Lunapark table for Secondome is made from precious Murano glass. Craft wise, the designers adopted a special technique whereby plates of glass are melted and shaped. The result is ‘an irresistible pop triumph, featuring fluid lines permeated by strikingly bright colors. Thanks to its special production technique, Lunapark’s glass flows into curves which define the table’s shape and, like poured sugar, contains tiny air bubbles which make the surface unexpectedly soft and velvety. At the same time, like a fluid material, it softly yields to the required form, bending to define the structural supporting elements of the table.
The ABCD is a cantilevered side table that’s available in both materials. The quartz version was made by Caesarstone in Caesarea, Israel in a 12mm white quartz that is made from reclaimed materials (93% quartz). The dichroic versions are made by Prinz Optics GmbH in Germany out of 6mm Borosilicate glass that’s coated with an inorganic dichroic filter.
Be close to nature with Rhyholzertischli Table! The table is called Rhyholzertischli, that’s a combination of several words: ‘Rhine’, ‘Holz’ (that means ‘wood’ in German) and ‘Tisch’ – that is table in German. The table is made of a smooth glass top which is juxtaposed with the raw natural form of the base created from driftwood found on the banks of Rhine. The concept is so simple and so beautiful!
DellaRobbia teamed up with designer Javier Polarmos has resulted in a beautiful collection of modern coffee tables that feature bent glass, each with unique qualities visually and functionally. Polarmos included a split design with contrasting colors for the “Axis” allowing for a versatile arrangement, and a two level design for the “Metro” perfect for displaying decorative objects without giving up the table surface (shown in white with clear top). The “Eden” also features a two tear design but this time contrasting T shaped glass and base make a look that really pops and breaks up the square shape.