For this project you are going to begin with a glass coffee table. When we say a glass coffee table, we mean one in which to top is made of glass. The rest of the table can be made out of any material. There are a couple options when it comes to adding an artistic touch to a glass coffee table. The first option is to find a glass coffee table with a secondary level underneath. What this means is that there is a box the same size as the type of the table just underneath it. You can take the glass off, put any artistic creations you can think that in this box then put the glass back down. It‘s almost like having a shadow box combined with a glass coffee table.
Looks aren‘t the only thing coffee tables add to your room. They can also serve as storage or organizational areas. While coffee tables sit low to the ground, they often have a drawer or two underneath them for storage. Some look like a shelving unit, with smaller shelves on each side for you to place items. If you need more storage area, consider an old style trunk to stow away seasonally used blankets, linens, and the like.
Coffee tables are also used as end tables in some homes. Such homes may not have the space to have a coffee table a foot or two in front of the sofa or group of chairs. Placing them as end tables is a good solution, and they can still act as accent tables. End tables are also good for the placement of reading lamps when you need a little extra light for reading or hobbies, such as knitting, quilting, or needlepoint.