4 High Quality Glass Top Dining Tables Made in USA

Exeter Glass Top Dining Table with Walnut Wood Base and Chairs by Copeland Furniture
Pictured here as part of the complete Exeter Dining Set, Copeland’s Glass Top Rectangular Dining Table with a walnut base. Made in Vermont and guaranteed for life. Qualifying orders ship free!
“Every lesson I learned as a kid was at the dinner table. It is where we laughed, cried, and yelled – but most importantly, where we bonded and connected.” – Michael Symon (American chef)

A dining table is one of the most important pieces of furniture in any home. It’s where you gather and feast with family. Sit and sort though mail. Laugh. Cry. And the longer you have a table, the more memories it accumulates.

If you’re looking for a new dining table, you’ve come to the right place. All our dining tables are made in Vermont and guaranteed to last a lifetime. Although most of our tables are built with solid wood, glass top dining tables have become an increasingly popular choice. They’re great at making a space feel bigger than it is, and the glass top is easy to care for and easy to clean.

Check out these high-quality, glass top dining tables that are made in Vermont and guaranteed for life. Built exclusively by our partners at Lyndon and Copeland Furniture.

Exeter Glass Top Round Dining Table

Exeter Round Glass Top Dining Table with a natural cherry base by Copeland Furniture

The modern isometric design and engineering that go into the Exeter Round Glass Top Dining Table by Copeland commands attention. Enjoy the suspended appearance shown in the artfully designed walnut base which is emphasized by the clear glass surface of the top. The glass top will allow you to marvel at the geometric base and its artful pairing with an opposing round top. Available with a walnut or cherry base.

Unity Glass Top Dining Table with Walnut Base

Unity Glass Top Dining Table by Lyndon Furniture with a Walnut Base

Our Unity Glass Top Dining Table epitomizes modern design aesthetics in an impressive combination of solid wood and glass. Crafted from sustainably sourced American black walnut, the pedestal style base features an artistic linked triple knot. This central design element is enjoyed from all angles which includes an aerial view allowed by the 3/4″ thick glass insert in the center of the top. The sculptural engineering and durable construction of this remarkable dining table make it an appealing option for the designer home.

Exeter Glass Top Rectangular Dining Table

Exeter Glass Top Dining Table with Walnut Wood Base and Chairs by Copeland Furniture
An almost weightless appearance in the artfully designed walnut base of this Exeter Glass Top Rectangular Dining Table is further emphasized by the clear glass surface of the top. The glass top will allow you to marvel at the geometric engineering from every angle imaginable. This table is not only a versatile piece of functional furniture, but also an artistic addition to your dining area. Available with a walnut or cherry base.

Entwine Glass Top Round Dining Table with Walnut Base

Entwine Round Glass Top Dining Table with Walnut Base by Copeland Furniture

Built by Copeland Furniture as a part of the Statements Collection, the Entwine Glass Top Dining Table features a round clear tempered glass top resting on a sculptural walnut base. The unique design of this dining table enhances the natural characteristics of the walnut wood to perfection. If you are a fan of artistic furniture design and quality materials, then this dining table is ideal for emboldening your dining area.

See more glass top tables or shop our entire collection of American made dining tables.

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This blog is written by your friends at Vermont Woods Studios. Check out our Vermont made furniture and home decor online and visit our showroom and art gallery at Stonehurst, the newly restored 1800s farmhouse nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains.

Riley Farabaugh

The youngest son of co-founders Peggy and Ken Farabaugh, Riley has filled different roles within the organization since it was founded out of a spare bedroom in the family home in 2005. As the son of the first Vermont Woods Studios craftsmen, Riley has been quickly learning more and more about woodworking, sustainable forestry, and the ins-and-outs of the furniture industry.