Glass tabletops offer a sleek, modern look while providing functionality and protection to furniture. When it comes to selecting the best glass for your tabletop, there are several factors to consider.

In this blog, we’ll guide you through the different types of glass and help you make an informed decision to find the best glass for your tabletop.

1. Toughened Glass

Toughened glass is one of the most popular choices for glass tabletops because of its strength and safety features.

It’s up to five times stronger than regular glass, so can withstand heavier impact without breaking – perfect for homes with children or pets or where there’s a bigger risk of impact (like if the table is placed under objects that could fall).

If toughened glass does break, it’s designed to shatter into small, dull pieces (rather than sharp shards like normal glass), so there is a significantly reduced risk of injury.

If there are lots of people in the house, or children or pets, toughened glass can be the best choice.

2. Low-Iron Glass

Low-iron glass, also known as extra-clear glass, has a higher level of transparency and colour clarity.

This glass is ideal for showcasing the underlying furniture or any decorative elements below the tabletop, so it can be better as a glass tabletop protector.

3. Tinted Glass

Tinted glass is a type of glass that has been infused with a colour pigment during the manufacturing process.

It offers various shades which can complement different interior design styles.

However, keep in mind that the tint may alter the appearance of items placed on the tabletop.

Enhancing interior design with the right glass for your tabletop

Selecting the right glass for your glass tabletop takes careful consideration of factors such as durability, safety, aesthetics, and functionality.

Assess your needs and preferences to make an informed decision that matches your style and requirements.

If you need help choosing the right glass for your glass tabletop, get in touch. You can also browse our full range of glass tabletops.