By buying simple round square glass coffee table you can place on top of the base of your choice. You have an unlimited source of small glass tables that you can place in the living room, the living room, or the bedroom. Here’s an example of a small glass table you can do quite cheaply. It is a perfect side table for a living room with a nature theme
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You can buy logs to make your square glass coffee table from a sawmill or a timber distribution company. Make sure the logs are as long before they buy. Glass table tops of different sizes can be purchased online. A good size for one side table is about 36 inches in diameter. Strong glue or weft thread can be purchased from a hardware store. Use a packed thread with a rusty finish to add additional characters to your glass of table foot.
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Glue or wrap the logs.
Glue logs securely together according to the instructions. Leave them overnight before use. Alternatively, winding logs several inches from the top using thick, heavy thread. Surround the logs five times. Wrap the base of the logs several inches from the bottom with the same technique. Set your table. Select a suitable area in your living room for the table. Place your stack of logs upright on the floor. Carefully place the glass worktop on top of clusters of logs. Make logs are centered in the middle to serve as a safe base. Stand back and admire your new table!
A practical aspect of making small glass tables with a glass table and a base is that you can create a whole new table simply by moving the glass top to another base. Bases can be made of a variety of unusual items including a bundle of almost anything that’s robust, turn a big vase upside down, or a long wooden box or trash can. It gives you lots of flexibility and creative freedom. Use your imagination and see what ideas you can come up to making your own unique little glass tables. Find your home for materials that can work to keep the glass table in place. Felt, silicone glue and rubber feet all work well to hold tops of glass tables in place. Rubber footers are sold in most business home delivery and are designed to hold tops of glass tables in place. Clean the table and glass with window sill and paper towels to remove food crumbs, fingerprints and other dirt.