Round marble coffee table – Create a Mid-Century modern look in your home with a tray of a coffee table. The mid-century modern style means slim lines, unusual shapes and strong colors, all of which can be created by marble tiles on even the most laid-back coffee table. Whatever the shape and size of your current table, turn it into an artwork that will fit into any Mid-Century modern home. Base your marble tile choice for your new coffee table on the shape of the table, decor in the room where it will appear and the colors of your home. A variety of mid-century modern marble tiles are available, from art and craft marble tiles with geometric patterns mosaic ear marble tiles in strong colors. Look for a tray that will follow the shape of your table’s edges so you can avoid making difficult cuts along the sides.
Many round marble coffee table tiled require cutting pieces to fill the perimeter. Select the marble tiles to be cut under your layout, keeping them in place while tracking the edge of the table on the plate. Cut smaller plates with a pair of marble tile cutters, cut larger plates on a wet saw for clean edges. Pull the slots of the slipper through the mortar until it is uniform in thickness. Plate out trace signs if you install mosaics; Leave them in if you install larger plates. Press mortar sticks in the same order as you set out in the layout and allow the brick to cure for 24 hours.
Injecting your round marble coffee table tiled to complete the installation. Spread grout across the board at once with the edge of a grout float. Keep moving at a 45-degree angle to the plate and direct the work over it from multiple angles to pack it in place. Allow the thin brick to settle for about 10 minutes, then wash the surface of the plates with a damp binder sponge to remove excess. Squeeze a string of seam around the outer circumference of the plates to give the table a clean, clear edge. Allow grout harden for 24 hours before using your table.