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Glass Dining Table Styles

Updated on July 21, 2009

A glass dining table (whether it’s square, oval or round) offers gentle curves and a clean sophisticated dining area for all the family to enjoy. All offered in a multitude of different colors, sizes and shapes to complement any decor.    

A glass dining room table is often chosen in view of its contemporary style, and its ability to fit in almost all spaces. Some variants of these tables feature wooden, chrome or metal legs holding the glass top to deliver a slender, unique design. A glass dining table is more than a simple functional piece of furniture, as they also offer a chic and classy look that's suited to almost all modern households.

If shopping for glass dining room table sets expect to find these beautiful and stylish items in a multitude of department or furniture stores, as well as a whole line of specialized online furniture stores. Glass top tables can cost in the region of $165 for a stylish glass and metal dining table to $865 for a retro glass top table with metal oval shaped legs, with an immense selection of other tables in between.

Search out a table, from a round, oval, to square or rectangle design, with a clear, black or frosted table tops, all resting on a modern or steel frame for that contemporary look to a wooden frame for a home elegance look - all finished off with set of 4 or 6 matching chairs.

This particular style of glass top furnishing appears striking will almost all combinations of accessories. Accessorize with a modern or antique lamp, light of dark soft furnishings, or a range ornaments to complement all decor arrangements. A stylish, compact or lightweight dining table in tempered glass and a chrome plated steel frame is simple to move from room to room or even out on to a patio area - so offering a multi-functional item of furniture for all to enjoy, no matter the location.

Glass top tables are built to take the odd knock so are aren't inclined to stain or scratch that easily, using a glass or window cleaner is often sufficient to remove all signs of marks and fingerprints from the table-top - resulting in a clean and shiny surface.

A glass dining table set offers a contemporary and stylish alternative for a kitchen or dining area, in need of a change from the more traditional solid pine table and chair sets.


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