Asked on Apr 14, 2020

I have some Glass top end-tables and coffee tables . Looking to update

Kathy Gunter LawPatDee
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Answered

Maybe replace the glass with something else or apply something over the glass .


9 answers
  • Vimarhonor
    Vimarhonor
    on Apr 14, 2020

    Hello. What is your question about the glass top tables?

    I’m not sure if your question was completed completed or cut off by accident. Consider re-posting your question so that we can offer a possible solution.

  • FrugalFamilyTimes.com
    FrugalFamilyTimes.com
    on Apr 14, 2020

    Are you looking for ideas? Do you already own them?

  • Cheryl A
    Cheryl A
    on Apr 14, 2020

    Since your question isn't clear, I am not sure if you want to make them, restore them or replace the glass tops so here are a couple of ideas

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/449515606528389995/


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiIOEcIPxmw


  • Janice
    Janice
    on Apr 14, 2020

    Not sure what you're asking? How to decorate them?

  • Mogie
    Mogie
    on Apr 14, 2020

    What about glass topped end tables? Could you provide more info so we can help you find the exact answer you are looking for? Thanks!!!

  • K. Rupp
    K. Rupp
    on Apr 14, 2020

    Are you asking how to size glass on top of your end tables. Go to a glass store, and get glass cut the exact same size as your table tops. Ask for a sanded edge because you wouldn't want it to be too sharp. If budget is not a concern, also ask for tempered glass. If the glass breaks it won't shatter into a million pieces if it is tempered. Good luck!

  • Dee
    Dee
    on Apr 14, 2020

    Or if you are looking how to fix scratches on a glass top table, the only thing you can do is try auto compound, sometimes this works.

    If you want to hide scratches, get an etching cream from a hobby store and hide them.

  • Pat
    Pat
    on Apr 15, 2020

    Three things come to mind....1. You can paint the under side of the glass...make it striped or circles or an accent color or something different. 2. Or you can take out the glass and cut a piece of wood the size of the glass and stain it the same as the rest of your table. 3. Or glue a pretty fabric to the underside of the glass. I am assuming your tables are the kind that the glass sits in a frame.

  • Kathy Gunter Law
    Kathy Gunter Law
    on Apr 15, 2020

    Tile is always a good option. You could replace with wood and paint a design on it as well.

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