How to Decorate Glass Coffee Table

Glass coffee table gives an elegant touch to your living room. Glass coffee table is available in a wide range of styles so you’re sure to find one to make your home decor. Choose a glass table with a sculptured metal base or dark wood for an elegant look or a woven rattan base to give your living room a beach- house vibe. If you have a small living room, choose a glass table with a clear acrylic base, which will occupy less visual space than other materials.


Place a runner across the coffee table to add a decorative touch and protection to the glass surface of the table. Choose a runner to coordinate with the overall look of the living room. Choose a vintage lace runner for a table with an antique cherry tree bass or a seashell patterned runner for a table with a braided base. Display plants or flowers on the kitchen table to add a new look. Place a milk glass vase filled with pink roses near a corner of a coffee table with a vintage style. Accent a rustic table with a wrought iron base with a plant in a terracotta pot. Place the pot on a plate to protect the table from water damage.

Place decorative coats on the table to prevent rings on the surface of the table. Choose hand-beaded coasters featuring a floral pattern for an artistic look or ceramic tropical fish patterned coasters to accent a casual, vide-based table. Set eye-catching bound books on the table, which are called “coffee table books.” These are usually big books with striking jacket designs and have many pictures or illustrations on the subject. Choose books that reflect a hobby or interest, such as architecture or beaches, to enter the living room with a personal touch. Put a large book at an angle, a bit out of the center or stack some books in the order of magnitude, from the biggest to the smallest, and fan them out so that a portion of each book cover is displayed.

Open a short side of a cardboard box and take the tabs with a hobby knife. Attach the short side of the box to the plywood board with silver tape. Repeat with remaining cartons. Fill the panels with cement mix and smooth the best edges with filler. Spray plastic bowls with the launch spray. Fill the bowls with the concrete mixture and smooth start with filler. Wipe cement for 48 hours. Rip the carton from the columns and pull cement from the bowls. Attach the bottom of a bowl-shaped cement mold to the end of a cement column with epoxy adhesive. Attach the bottom of the remaining bowl-shaped mold to the opposite end of the column. Attach the bowl shaped shapes to the remaining cement column. Allow the glue to dry for 24 hours.

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