French doors from the master suite lead to this spacious outdoor seating area. A mix of seating and matching tables are the perfect place to curl up with a cup of coffee or relax at the end of the day with a glass of wine.
This Midcentury Modern dining room features a custom, 130-inch glass top dining table that is supported by three acrylic and brass bases and seats twelve in black, mohair dining chairs. On the ceiling, designers installed a set of suspended chrome and glass balls that are used as a modern light fixture and complement the silver metallic cork wallpaper that offers rich texture to the open dining room.
A tiny, decorative mirror brings a ray of light to this compact-but-open home office. Using a glass top on a desk or table creates more perceived visual open space, adding to the sense of scale in the room. Light floors and walls keep the room feeling bright and expansive.
Soon after purchasing their home, the homeowners were ready to redesign the entertaining hub of the home. A custom-designed drop ceiling with bubble pendant chandelier defines the new dining room, which pairs a chic woodgrain table with sleek black chairs. Anchored at the end of the living space is the wet bar and frameless glass wine room, each outlined with bookmatched wood walls and ceilings. The end result is a series of spaces that feature the homeowners' sophisticated style and taste.
This striking, contemporary home office space feels as luxurious as it is functional. The glass-top table is the room's most unique feature, with a molecule-inspired brass base. A starburst mirror behind creates an inspirational aura, and personal affects displayed in the custom built-in shelves conjure memories of grand adventures.
When you have a coffee table with an interesting shape, you don't need to do much on top. For the Southeastern Designer Showhouse & Gardens in Atlanta, designer Jonathan Savage used a small tambour table made of wire, with a glass insert. "A single table, whether made of wood or wire, if it’s really interesting and unusual, it can really make a statement," he says. For a cheaper option, use a garden stool, he says.
This kitchen features white cabinets paired with a full-height blue glass tile backsplash. Open shelving displays neatly arranged dishes, while colorful chairs are arranged at a custom dining table made from a pine top and steel legs with rollers. Black leather stools at the wood-topped island provides extra space for seating.
The rich neutral tones and texture of the upholstered window cornice accent the beautiful view outside this transitional dining room. The glass table base and top reflects natural light, maintains openness in the room and provides maximum visibility of the lovely dining chairs and exquisite heirloom rug.
Any do-it-yourselfer is likely to have an extra roll of painter’s tape sitting around somewhere in the house. Use the tape as a place holder by cutting its ends into a flag shape with scissors and scribing guests’ names with markers and paint pens. Next, adhere the tape to paper before placing on top of the table.
This eclectic dining room features a glass-top table with a bright white base. Metal-and-wicker chairs are combined with gray leather captain's chairs for a collected, interesting look, while a funky metal chandelier makes a fun, creative statement. Yellow artwork and pink roses add pops of color to the otherwise gray space.
This living space pairs together traditional decor with rustic touches –– like the exposed beam ceiling –– to create an all-over modern vibe. Neutral furniture is positioned around a gold, glass-top coffee table in the living room, while white and gold upholstered chairs add a bit of texture to the dining room.
A trio of French doors seamlessly blend this coastal-inspired living room with the outdoor pool oasis. The pitched roof adds style overhead with white wood planks, while a floral-printed area rug grounds the room. A pair of comfortable white sofas combine with a glass-top coffee table for an intimate conversation area.
The metallic coffee table with a glass top adds feminine curves to this neutral living room without taking up a lot of visual space. Metallic pillows on the couch and gold toned lamps keep the glamorous vibe going throughout the space. Patterned chairs and Roman shades add texture to the smooth, elegant room.
Bring garden texture and garden scent to the table with layers of eucalyptus. Once the spring time entertainment is over, the same sprigs can last in a glass vessel for an additional week if you cut the ends at a slight angle and add fresh water every other day.
The placement of the bar helps keep the conversation flowing while cooking. The homeowners and guests can dine on the glass-top table or in the lounge area. The arched doorway connects to family room for easy access. Inspired by the vaulted ceilings, designer Bea Pila added handmade copper lanterns to cast off a warm and comfortable ambience.
To help the dining room maintain its airy feeling despite its small space, designers used a glass top table with a sculptural wood base. The finish on the dining chair legs are painted so that they coordinated with the chandelier, while the upholstery adds the texture and black and gray contrast that is carried throughout these two spaces.
The beautiful wood details in this contemporary living room create a warm and cozy environment. A stacked-stone fireplace is a great textural eye catcher. A pair of brown leather chairs and a soft neutral sofa provide seating around the square glass-top coffee table. A black shelving unit with varying openings provides a pleasing decorative display.
In the living room of this Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna created a masculine, rustic design for the family to enjoy. A dark leather sofa and rawhide chairs provide seating in the space, while a metal and glass coffee table provides a bit of modern flair to the space. A live edge mantel piece mounted on a stone fireplace complements the rustic design, while a log end table and vintage sepia photograph help to complete the space.