7 reasons to use glass table tops

7 Reasons Why You Should Get A Glass Top For Your Tables

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There are tons of different tables these days, so many in fact that selecting one is a real challenge. We’ll make things a bit easier for you by offering you 7 reasons why tables with glass tops are especially great.

First of all, transparent glass is awesome at creating the illusion of space and making a room appear larger and more airy than it actually is. So, for example, if the kitchen and the dining room are one and the same space, a glass top would definitely help.

Also, a dining table with a glass top is quite versatile so you can include it in a variety of different interior decors. Glass tops look great in vintage and traditional homes but also in modern and contemporary spaces.

A glass top can be added to an old table, to a vintage sewing machine, to a wooden trunk, a barrel and all sorts of other things and you can turn your table into a great DIY project.

The glass top can also be added in order to protect the wooden table underneath. You can add it to an existing dining table, coffee table or any other kind of tables, in addition, you can make your own table from an old door, a crate or a pallet and simply put a glass top.

The glass top is also really great if you want to get a table with a really interesting-looking base. The transparent glass allows you to draw attention to the base and, instead of hiding it, it will make it stand out.

Tables that have glass tops make maintenance really easy. You can easily wipe it clean and don’t have to worry about food or wine staining the table.

Another nice thing about tables that have transparent glass tops is that they allow you to highlight a beautiful area rug.

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