Glass Table Tops

Glass and Mirror Shoppe can provide the glass you need to protect a wooden desk or table. We also provide safety glass for patio furniture, heavy glass tops for side tables, sofa tables, coffee or dining tables, or even shelves. If it needs to be protected, we can help you cover it with glass. 

If the edge of the glass will be exposed, we have polished and beveled edge options to choose from to give your piece a finished look. We always go with tempered glass for it's strength and safer qualities. Many of our textured glasses can be tempered and used as tabletops and surface protectors as well!

Have something that isn't rectangular? Custom shapes are not an issue and with a template we can have your surface covered!

Contact Glass and Mirror Shoppe here, call at (760) 729-1064, text us at (760) 390-2273, or email us at glassandmirror@icloud.com today and we will help you take care of your table top needs!

Seamed (sanded) edges vs. Flat Polished edges. Both remove the sharpness from the glass with Flat Polishing creating a clean and finished look great for glass who’s edges will be visible.

Seamed (sanded) edges vs. Flat Polished edges. Both remove the sharpness from the glass with Flat Polishing creating a clean and finished look great for glass who’s edges will be visible.

Example of a Flat Polished piece of glass and how it looks on 90 degree corners.

Example of a Flat Polished piece of glass and how it looks on 90 degree corners.

Example of beveled edges on the glass and how it looks on the corners.

Example of beveled edges on the glass and how it looks on the corners.

Example of Tempered glass with a “Full Logo” giving information on the manufacturing of the glass and that it is tempered. Tempered glass can also have a “Cobb Logo” that just says tempered or no logo depending on the clients preference and if a Full Logo is not required to pass certain inspections. We recommend tempered glass for it’s improved strength and durability.

Example of Tempered glass with a “Full Logo” giving information on the manufacturing of the glass and that it is tempered. Tempered glass can also have a “Cobb Logo” that just says tempered or no logo depending on the clients preference and if a Full Logo is not required to pass certain inspections. We recommend tempered glass for it’s improved strength and durability.