Translucent Glass Dining Tables That Will Catch Your Attention

Any friends or family gathering demands an exceptional table. What about a translucent glass dining table? Today we show you how a somehow predictable traditional piece is not so traditional and can be a contemporary decor statement.


Translucent Glass Dining Tables That Will Catch Your Attention


Sometimes you’ve got to step out of your confort zone to create a space no one will ever forget. A table with a pink glass top and a copper base might be the piece that will bring your luxury decor together. Imagine having dinner with a pink background: now that’s not only in dreams.



If you are more about industrial decor, this kind of table will be the perfect fit with your luxury furniture. Glass with wood accents it’s still contemporary but foolproof. 


The Heritage Dining Table is a highly sophisticated piece by Boca do Lobo inspired by Portuguese history through the use of traditional hand painted azulejo tiles. Its tempered glass top will stand out in your dining room, adding a touch of warmth and finesse.




This dining table is a mix between ultra white glass, brass, copper, plastic laminates and wood. From the collection ‘Bonjour Milàn’ by Alberto Biagetti, its color effects are sure to impress and will bring an ambiance to any family dining room.


See also: Amazing Modern Glass Dining Tables


Translucent Glass Dining Tables That Will Catch Your Attention


Verglas dining table designed by Piero Lissoni for Glas Italia makes an impact as soon as you see it. You might think there’s not much going on, but its forms make a strong volumetric presence that fill up the whole room.

The top is supported by two T shaped bases and it has a parallelepiped shape opened on the two extremities.



Last but not least, you might want to take a look at black translucent glass. A piece not to be missed in a luxury decor: enigmatic while it is, indeed, a statement.


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