Best acrylic tables

A transparent table has less visual weight than traditional options. For a clutter-free look in your living room consider acrylic.

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Investing in an acrylic table can add a touch of contemporary chic to your living room. They look amazing in modernist spaces and add an eclectic look when mixed with traditional furnishings. The beauty of acrylic is that its transparent nature stops a room from appearing cluttered. If you're looking for a table with less visual weight than more conventional options, we have a sophisticated selection of acrylic tables of all shapes and sizes to suit your needs.

Staff pick

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MyGift acrylic end table (opens in new tab)

An additional shelf makes this a practical choice

MyGift's small, multipurpose, acrylic end table could also be used as an unusual nightstand, a side table, a plant stand, or as bathroom storage. It measures 18.5-by-12-by-23.5 inches, and the acrylic is just under half an inch thick. The second shelf gives you useful additional storage. This table has gently rounded edges for a smooth finish. 

Versatile option

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Lavish Home acrylic end table (opens in new tab)

This flexible furniture can be used in two orientations

This useful table has multiple uses, making it a great investment for anyone short on space. It can be used vertically as a side sofa table to hold snacks, drinks, books, electronics, etc. And, if you move the table into a horizontal position, you can use it as a lap desk or as a tray table in bed. It measures 24-by-14-by-12 inches and can handle a weight capacity of up to 22 pounds.

250-pound capacity

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WAHFAY acrylic end table (opens in new tab)

This small table is both strong and stable

This attractive option from WAHFAY has clean lines, a simple U-shape design, and clarity. It's small but mighty, measuring 16-by-12-by-18 inches with a thickness of 0.75 inches. Thanks to its quality materials, this table has an impressive maximum weight capacity of 250 pounds. This means you could also use this as a stool if you are short of seating. 

Striking design

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Umbra Magino acrylic side table (opens in new tab)

Eye-catching looks with a practical function

Designed by Karim Rashid for Umbra, this is an award-winning piece that makes for an eye-catching talking point in your home. This can be used as a small side table with the legs doubling as magazine racks. Umbra's Magino table can also be used as a stool. The acrylic is around half an inch thick, and overall it measures 16.5-by-17-by-11.5 inches. 






Premium piece

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Southeastflorida acrylic coffee table (opens in new tab)

A modernist spin on the traditional coffee table

Made by a specialist firm in Florida, this is a high-end choice with a price tag to match. It boasts super clear edges and a brilliant shine, thanks to the premium made-in-America raw acrylic sheet material. This table is available in various sizes, but this good all-rounder has dimensions of 32-by-16-by-16 inches.

Clear cut 

Our overall staff pick is the MyGift acrylic end table (opens in new tab). It has multiple potential uses and is perfectly proportioned as a small table for your living space. We also like that it has a handy second shelf for extra space. 

The Lavish Home acrylic end table (opens in new tab) is a strong option for anyone short on space as it can be used horizontally or vertically around your home, making it truly versatile. From a lap desk to a snack table, this style has your portable table needs covered. 

If you're looking to go down the acrylic route for the aesthetics such a material offers, then consider the Umbra Magino acrylic side table (opens in new tab). This table's award-winning design makes a real style statement and is sure to draw admiring comments. 

Amy-Mae Turner

With over 10 years of experience writing for popular websites Amy-Mae is a freelance features writer with a focus on writing reviews, how-tos, and buyers guides. She lives near the sea in Devon with her family, two naughty cats, and two much-loved dogs. Her beloved daughter ensures she has very little spare time but if she manages to wrangle any you'll find her on the sofa watching box sets and drinking gin.

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