10 Unique Glass Art Tables You’ll Want In Your Home!

10. The Bell Table by B.E. Johnson and Joy Alyssa Day.  This grande glass art end table is inspired by rocket engines, including a hand blown glass base, available with silver or gold leaf on a crystal overlay, and optional interior lighting.

Pictured: The Bell Table by B.E. Johnson and Joy Alyssa Day, featured in Topaz with Gold Leaf. Photos © B.E. Johnson / Joy Alyssa Day unless otherwise noted.

Pictured: The Bell Table by B.E. Johnson and Joy Alyssa Day, featured in Topaz with Gold Leaf. Photos © B.E. Johnson / Joy Alyssa Day unless otherwise noted.

9. Blowing Stars by Furthur.  Mosaic glass coffee table created by Further Furniture LA features an enchanting feminine beauty blowing kisses into the stars.

Pictured: Blowing Stars by Furthur.  Photos © Furthur Furniture LA unless otherwise noted.

Pictured: Blowing Stars by Furthur. Photos © Furthur Furniture LA unless otherwise noted.

8. River Entry Table by Greg Klassen.  Washington-based furniture maker Greg Klassen handcrafted this gorgeous entryway table with walnut and glass to give it the illusion of a flowing river.

Pictured: River Entry Table by Greg Klassen. Photos © Greg Klassen unless otherwise noted.

Pictured: River Entry Table by Greg Klassen. Photos © Greg Klassen unless otherwise noted.

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7. Fused Glass Table by Helen Rudy.  Helen Rudy Glass creates beautiful tabletop designs with fused glass, vibrant with color, yet modern, edgy, and more importantly-timeless.

Pictured: Fused Glass Table by Helen Rudy. Photos © Helen Rudy Glass unless otherwise noted.

Pictured: Fused Glass Table by Helen Rudy. Photos © Helen Rudy Glass unless otherwise noted.

6. Thunder & Lightning Table by Meek Studio & Gallery.  Houston artist Bill Meek has been passionately creating unique glass art for over 30 years.

Pictured: Thunder & Lightning by Meek Studio & Gallery. Photos © Bill Meek / Meek Studio & Gallery unless otherwise noted.

Pictured: Thunder & Lightning by Meek Studio & Gallery. Photos © Bill Meek / Meek Studio & Gallery unless otherwise noted.

5. Etched Glass Table by Alisha Volotzky. Carved and painted, this perfect and transitionally elegant etched table compliments matching chairs by Newstalgia Furniture.

Pictured: Etched Glass Table by Alisha Volotzky. Photos © Alisha Volotzky unless otherwise noted.

Pictured: Etched Glass Table by Alisha Volotzky. Photos © Alisha Volotzky unless otherwise noted.

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4. Prism Dining Table by Jon Kuhn.  Working exclusively in cold glass, artist John Kuhn created this commissioned dining room table for a Holsten Galleries client.

Pictured: Prism Dining Table by Jon Kuhn.  Photos © Jon Kuhn / Holsten Galleries unless otherwise noted.

Pictured: Prism Dining Table by Jon Kuhn. Photos © Jon Kuhn / Holsten Galleries unless otherwise noted.

3. Liquid Glacial Table by Zaha Hadid.  Subtle waves and ripples reveal the surface complexity of this beautiful design, by Iraqi-British architect and designer Zaha Hadid.

Pictured: Liquid Glacial Table by Zaha Hadid. Photos © Zaha Hadid / Jacopo Spilimbergo unless otherwise noted.

Pictured: Liquid Glacial Table by Zaha Hadid. Photos © Zaha Hadid / Jacopo Spilimbergo unless otherwise noted.

Liquid Glacial Table by Zaha Hadid

2. The Abyss Table by Duffy London.  Designer Christopher Duffy created the Abyss Table by arranging layers of wood, Perspex, and glass for geological depth to mimic the sea.

Pictured: The Abyss Table by Duffy London.  Photos © Duffy London unless otherwise noted.

Pictured: The Abyss Table by Duffy London. Photos © Duffy London unless otherwise noted.

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1. Sparkle Palace Cocktail Table by John Foster.  Minneapolis-based artist John Foster creates these elaborate cut-glass figurative tables.  Weighing approximately 65 pounds, these made to order glass art tables take 3 months for delivery and cost $12,000 USD.

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Pictured: Sparkle Palace Cocktail Table by John Foster. Photos © John Foster unless otherwise noted.

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