How To Make Your Own Round Glass Dining Room Table

As we know that glass dining room table comes into many designs, motifs, shapes and variety. Glass dining room table is something that should be presented in the dining room. Although we realize that not of all dining room is completed by glass table, but there is no loss if you want to try buying this type of dining room to be placed in your dining area. Glass dining room gives luxury sense, beautiful and great impression. So if you want to have a luxurious dining room, you’d better try to put glass dining room table on it. One of popular type of glass dining room table is round type.

Custom round glass dining room table

Round glass dining room table commonly isn’t too large. It should be in medium size. It is put to accompany two dining seats. Nevertheless there are some types of large round dining room table that can load more than 5 seats in single round glass dining room. We realized that it is more expensive, but if you can do it self. May be it can save your fund more. Well the following are tips how to create round glass dining room table by DIY.

Classic round glass dining room tableInstruction
Choose a 30 inch tall vase with a unique finish. It should be at least 19 up to 24 inches across. Larger and wider is better. Then, fill the plastic bag with styrofoam peanuts enough to contain the vase to 4 inches from the top section. After that, insert the plastic bag into the vase, fill it with the peanuts.  Additionally, the Styrofoam is going to fill up the volume of the vase without should adding additional weight. Next, tie the bag shut at of the top. You can cut a brown circle felt with scissors that suits to the vase at its filled height. The brown circle actually will hide the plastic bag from the view. Put the brown felt in the vase, ensure that it is covering the bag.

Round glass table with purple dining room chair

Add the décor ball for the top of vase in some colors and sizes. You can use an inexpensive and twine balls then display Christmas ornaments, seashells if it is welcoming to the holidays, add other types of decor objects. Clear the underside middle of your glass top by using coffee filters or glass cleaner. The coffee filters let you to polish without a lint and position into center the top over the vase.

Round glass top dining table with chrome legs

Contemporary glass round table for dining roomEnsure that the glass should be at least 0.5 inch thick with rounded edges. Probably it will be heavy enough to compress the bumpers and attached. And then if the glass desires to move, add a drop of silicone adhesive to the top in each bumper using a tube or caulk gun. Don’t shake the glass when setting it on the adhesive it will smear. Okay, we hope the way to create round glass dining room table above inspires you to make the same.

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