Glass coffee table allows for easy, blemish-free cleanup of drips and spills, and gives a classic look that complements a wide range of decor styles. Fortunately not build their own glass coffee table does not require highly specialized carpentry skills or materials: you can complete the project in an afternoon of easy to find materials and tools. You can customize your finished glass-top coffee table feed on the underside of the glass plate with pebbles or shells. Select two pieces 18 x 15 inch plywood 3/8-inch from the top of each piece. The 15inch hand, the height dimension.
Screw 3 x 15-inch plywood strips to 18 x 15 inch plywood pieces, so that the tops of the strips are in line with 3/8-inch measurement. Use 1-inch wood screws to attach the strips. Center the wood strips of plywood pieces before attaching. These will be the sides of the glass coffee table. Select two pieces of 22 x 15-inch plywood 3/8-inch from the top, and secured 3 x 22 inch tape to these bits in the same manner. These pieces will be the front and back of the coffee table. Nail the sides of the coffee table along with 2-inch finishing nails to make a 24 x 18-inch box. Nail 18 x 15-inch plywood pieces over the ends of 22 x 15-inch plywood pieces. The wood strip should be adapted to each other inside the box. These bands will support the glass when the table is ready.
Glass coffee table, turn the box upside down so that the wood strip is on the bottom. Slide 22 x 16-inch piece of plywood box and nailing it to the wooden strips with 2-inch finishing nails. Nail the 24 x 18-inch piece of plywood in the bottom of the box, with 2-inch finishing nails. Turn the table over and rest it on the ground. Sand all wood surfaces carefully with fine sandpaper and clean the table with a damp cloth. Let the table dry. Apply a coat of primer to the table and leave the table to dry for two hours before painting. Line the inset at the top of the table with small stones or shells, and break the glass piece on top of the wood support strips.