You may think that a glass console table may be too traditional or a little too much, but today the MCT will show you the most unique designs ever seen! Be inspired by our selection of Top 10 Glass Console Tables for Luxury Interior Designs!
A truly special piece. In the early 1990s two European collectors asked Garouste and Bonetti to design an environment that would complement their contemporary art collection. G & B designed this spectacular console.
Gilt iron legs gracefully support the lacquered wood free-form shape with thick black Murano glass top. Green metal flowers and amethyst beads accent this fantastic wall-mounted furniture piece that will make the perfect statement piece to any luxury interior designs.
Rare and beautiful glass console table in polished brass by Sandro Petti. Bronze leaves decor, gold and silver. Top in clear glass, circa 1980.
A glass top console table enables you to explore your creativity – you can always display little items under or above the top.
This golden legged console table has such a contemporary design that is suitable to every luxury interior designs.
A sculptural polished aluminium console with glass top by Cy Mann that would match every single contemporary and luxury interior designs.
The strong base contrasts amazingly with the simple lines of a glass top. Perfect piece of furniture for your entryway. It will definitely dazzle the guests.
Faux elephant tusk console table mounted on a black marble base with glass top, circa 1970.
All the details – from the marble basis to the brass – make this elegant piece the perfect match to any decorations.
This unique console design is ultra-modern and arts. This amazing piece was designed by Ettore Sottsass in Italy. This limited edition is the ultimate addition to luxury interior designs, it lacquered and gilded wood with metal leg and has a top in blue glass and mirror.
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Its clean lines turn this piece into one of the most versatile options to any interior design styles.
One of a kind Brutalist console by Italian artist Salvino Marsura made from wrought iron and with a glass top. Incorporated in the frame is a rough glass crystal.
The junction of a more traditional work with a modern versatility is simply exquisite.
Large-scale mirror polished stainless steel console with inset glass top by Stanley Jay Friedman for Brueton. Raised on adjustable steel glides. Top quality materials and workmanship throughout a very impressive piece.
The Variable Theme Console was first designed by Danny Lane in 1986 for his exhibition at Themes and Variations Gallery in Notting Hill, London. The design has evolved to this 1997 form. This classic work features the post-tensioned glass structure invented by Lane.
The console has a pliered and hammer fractured 19 mm float glass top and connecting shelf structure supported by two post-tensioned columns of 12mm glass. This unique design piece has the perfect vibe for luxury interior designs.