The great thing about glass coffee tables is that they’re just as functional as non-glass coffee tables, but don’t add any of the heaviness of wooden furniture or look like they’re taking up nearly as much space. They are the perfect in-between piece for the dedicated minimalist or just someone with not that much space in their living room. So here, we present you some of the best glass coffee tables you can buy online for under $200 (and some special ones that are a little over $200 but we couldn’t resist.)
Your classic, elegant all-glass-everything starter coffee table.
And here, with an extra shelf for storage.
I’m not 100 percent sure why there’s a wood log in between this glass table, but I can imaging it holding some small apartment knickknacks. It adds a little intrigue to the all-glass look.
Modern on the top, traditional on the bottom.
More of the same, but with a rectangular tabletop.
This one’s $20 over $200, but this curved glass is just too nice to leave out.
Add a touch of glamour with this gold base.
Or if you’re more of a silver person …
This natural steel look is a great, cheap, but expensive-looking option.
This two-layered table with white edges is the closest your glass table will get to a farmhouse feel.
This one’s got a pop-up shelf.
Here are some nice curves.
Does a mirrored cube count as glass? I love the idea of putting a couple of these in front of the couch for a two-piece coffee table, which won’t just save space, but give the illusion of having more space than you actually do.
The bottom layer of this gold-accented coffee table is a mirror.
He loves wood, she wants glass. This one’s for you both.
The surprising curve and black base is very Memphis, but at a price you can actually afford.
Some really funky bases
This one’s like a Noguchi, but with a plastic base.
We can pretty much guarantee you’ll be the only one with a coffee table like this.
This is over $200, but reminds me of something I’d see on Decor Hardcore — one of my favorite off-putting and kind of freaky but totally amazing design Instagram accounts — and then never be able to find again.
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