fluted glass sideboard with lamp against wall

Design elements play a crucial role in furniture, transforming ordinary pieces into works of art. Whether the shape, colour, texture, or material, each design element contributes to the furniture's visual appeal and functionality.

In today's design landscape, there is a growing appreciation for unique and innovative choices that can elevate the style quotient of any interior. One such trending design choice is fluted glass. Fluted glass adds a touch of elegance, sophistication, and visual interest to furniture pieces, making it a captivating element in contemporary design.

Fluted Glass - A Modern Twist on Elegance

Fluted glass (also known as reeded or ribbed glass) refers to panels or surfaces with grooves or channels in furniture design. Its distinctive texture creates a captivating play of light and shadow, adding depth and dimension to the furniture piece. Fluted glass has a rich historical significance, dating back to ancient Roman and Greek architecture, where it was used in columns and decorative elements. Over time, fluted glass has evolved and found its way into modern furniture design.

We delve into the world of fluted glass in furniture design, exploring its various aspects and showcasing its versatility. So, let's embark on this journey to discover the captivating allure of fluted glass furniture.

Incorporating Fluted Glass in Your Home

Fluted glass offers an array of exciting possibilities when incorporating it into your home. Fluted glass adds a touch of sophistication to the realm of tables, cabinets and home accessories.


Our Adriana tables with fluted glass become focal points in living rooms, merging functionality with artistic appeal. The grooves create a mesmerising play of light, making it a conversation starter. Side tables with fluted glass accents become stylish entryway or hallway pieces, effortlessly combining form and function.