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Decorative photos: ideas for decorating a glass coffee table

Decorative photos: ideas for decorating a glass coffee table

A rectangular glass coffee table


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If you want a 100% harmonious living room, do not hesitate to play the rehearsal with a rectangular glass coffee table, a rectangular carpet whose lines match those of the table, and sofas with angles on both sides.

A rustic glass coffee table


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Surrounded by old school sofas, placed on a large carpet and surrounded by dark and varnished wood, the glass coffee table likes to take on rustic air that is perfectly suited to a country house, facing a fireplace!

A black glass coffee table


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If you are afraid of getting tired of the overly transparent and sanitized side of the glass coffee table, do not hesitate to opt for a tinted glass which will immediately give cachet to the whole.

A bi-material glass coffee table


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Because it can do in nuance, the glass coffee table also knows how to play softness: a model in the shape of a pebble, with a white matt outline which brings out the transparency of the tablet.

Nesting glass coffee tables


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To maximize space and dress up a living room, the round nesting glass coffee tables are simply perfect. With golden feet to bring a little contrast and give a refined side to the whole, it's ideal!

A glass low table in a Mediterranean-style living room


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The great thing about the glass coffee table is that it adapts easily to all styles: here, for example, in a Mediterranean-style interior, the mineral side of glass and the more authentic one wood match perfectly.

A designer glass coffee table


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Straight lines, glass shelf, chromed metal legs: the winning trio for a contemporary and design coffee table, ideal for a 100% modern interior and a refined decor.

A glass coffee table in an oriental style living room


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To bring a little contrast and modernity in a living room decorated in the oriental style, do not hesitate to break the codes a little: instead of opting for the traditional Moroccan round wooden tables, bring contrast with a pretty table low glass.

A round glass coffee table


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The designer glass coffee table does not have to be rectangular or square: it can also adopt more rounded shapes for a warmer and friendlier side; without losing its elegance of course!

A glass coffee table with 2 trays


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Because it is a decorative object but above all useful, the glass coffee table obviously also exists in a 2-tray version to be able to place a maximum of things there!

An original glass coffee table


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When it has an ovoid tablet and free-form black legs, the glass coffee table loses its little too wise and too cold side to become a decorative element in its own right in the room!

A vintage glass coffee table


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With its brass legs and square shape, the vintage glass coffee table will go perfectly with a retro armchair, regardless of the room in the house in which you install it.

A glass coffee table at the end of the sofa


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If you are afraid that a glass coffee table is too messy (especially if you have children who love to put their hands everywhere), cut the pear in half and opt for the ends of the glass sofa, just as elegant but less subject to the traces.

A 100% glass coffee table


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When it is in glass from head to toe, the coffee table plays the card of total transparency, to the delight of purists and lovers of light!

An art deco glass coffee table


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For a classic or vintage decoration, opt for the art deco glass coffee table: in round or oval shape, the tablet is surrounded by brass and perforated to give it a graphic side that makes it so charming.

A glass and white wood coffee table


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To bring a little life to your glass coffee table, do not hesitate to choose a bi-material model with for example colored wood; and to add on the transparent tablet of the well-colored decoration for a maximum of pep's!

An oval glass coffee table


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To break the slightly too narrow side of the square glass coffee table, choose an oval model, softer for the eyes. Bring volume by placing a large vase on the glass shelf: the contrast will be perfect.

A extendable glass coffee table


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Because it also knows how to be practical, the glass coffee table also exists in an extendable version, with the legs that modulate and the shelf that goes up to meet all your desires!

The glass coffee table… hidden!


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If you tire of your glass coffee table or don't want to dirty it when you receive, know that by covering it with a pretty tablecloth or a quality fabric, it will not lose its aesthetic side, on the contrary!

A glass coffee table in a bohemian style


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With a few flowers and candles placed on it and a wicker basket on the low shelf, the glass coffee table knows how to look more bohemian!

A coffee table with just a touch of glass


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If you like the concept of the glass coffee table but you are not 100% sure, opt for a hybrid version with just a hint of transparency in the middle…