Glass Display Coffee Table

Glass Display Coffee Table

A coffee table with extra storage space? Got it It probably goes without saying that we’ve got coffee tables to cater for every conceivable taste in living room décor. But did you know that some come with built-in storage? Yes, whether you want a handy place for the remote and the TV guide, or to stash the family board games, or even to house your DVD collection, we’ve got a coffee table to suit your needs. Our BOKSEL units have drawers for covered storage, while our HOL product has a stylish woven wood effect that’s as decorative as it is practical. Durable, well-designed and just downright clever. That’s IKEA for you. Coffee table to complement your décor Our coffee tables are made in different designs, with different materials and in different colors. Why? Because we appreciate that living rooms come in different styles, sizes and colors. Whether your taste is minimalist, traditional or farmhouse chic, we have a coffee table that will blend nicely into your living space. Our basic LACK design is simple, fun and affordable, making it a practical no-nonsense coffee table for any style of décor. Our VITTSJÖ coffee table, made with tempered glass, is more durable than it looks, and will add plenty of elegance to your interiors. Simply visit your local IKEA store, choose the coffee table that will best complement your existing furniture, and take it home today. Easy.
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Glass Display Coffee Table

Coffee table to complement your décor Our coffee tables are made in different designs, with different materials and in different colors. Why? Because we appreciate that living rooms come in different styles, sizes and colors. Whether your taste is minimalist, traditional or farmhouse chic, we have a coffee table that will blend nicely into your living space. Our basic LACK design is simple, fun and affordable, making it a practical no-nonsense coffee table for any style of décor. Our VITTSJÖ coffee table, made with tempered glass, is more durable than it looks, and will add plenty of elegance to your interiors. Simply visit your local IKEA store, choose the coffee table that will best complement your existing furniture, and take it home today. Easy.
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Glass Display Coffee Table

Our coffee tables are made in different designs, with different materials and in different colors. Why? Because we appreciate that living rooms come in different styles, sizes and colors. Whether your taste is minimalist, traditional or farmhouse chic, we have a coffee table that will blend nicely into your living space. Our basic LACK design is simple, fun and affordable, making it a practical no-nonsense coffee table for any style of décor. Our VITTSJÖ coffee table, made with tempered glass, is more durable than it looks, and will add plenty of elegance to your interiors. Simply visit your local IKEA store, choose the coffee table that will best complement your existing furniture, and take it home today. Easy.
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Glass Display Coffee Table

A coffee table with extra storage space? Got it It probably goes without saying that we’ve got coffee tables to cater for every conceivable taste in living room décor. But did you know that some come with built-in storage? Yes, whether you want a handy place for the remote and the TV guide, or to stash the family board games, or even to house your DVD collection, we’ve got a coffee table to suit your needs. Our BOKSEL units have drawers for covered storage, while our HOL product has a stylish woven wood effect that’s as decorative as it is practical. Durable, well-designed and just downright clever. That’s IKEA for you.
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Glass Display Coffee Table

Step Eleven // How to Build a Display Coffee Table Assemble the table Photo by Ryan Benyi Place the acrylic sheet on the table’s base so that, as you’re looking down on it, its corners match the corners of the legs. Place the frame on top so that it locks around the acrylic and the legs. Fill the fastener holes and joints with wood filler, then sand and paint the entire assembly.
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Glass Display Coffee Table

Step Three // How to Build a Display Coffee Table Attach the cleats to the apron Photo by Ryan Benyi On each apron piece, glue and position a long support strip flush with the bottom edge, and a short screw strip flush with each end. The supports will hold the plywood display bottom. The screw strips create a block for attaching the apron pieces to the legs. To secure the strips, first tack them in place using a pneumatic nail gun and 1¼-inch nails. Then, using a countersink drill bit, create pilot holes in the strips and sink a 1¼-inch screw through the strip and into the apron.
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Glass Display Coffee Table

It probably goes without saying that we’ve got coffee tables to cater for every conceivable taste in living room décor. But did you know that some come with built-in storage? Yes, whether you want a handy place for the remote and the TV guide, or to stash the family board games, or even to house your DVD collection, we’ve got a coffee table to suit your needs. Our BOKSEL units have drawers for covered storage, while our HOL product has a stylish woven wood effect that’s as decorative as it is practical. Durable, well-designed and just downright clever. That’s IKEA for you.
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Glass Display Coffee Table

Step Four // How to Build a Display Coffee Table Attach the apron pieces to the legs Photo by Ryan Benyi Apply wood glue to the edge of an apron assembly, and position it against a leg so that everything is flush at the top and inside of the leg, as shown. Drill pilot holes through the screw strip and into the leg, then secure it using 1¼-inch screws. Continue joining each leg and apron piece until the perimeter of the base is complete.
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Step Eight // How to Build a Display Coffee Table Attach the edge strips to the tabletop frame pieces Photo by Ryan Benyi Apply wood glue to the 1×1 edge strips and lay them flat on their corresponding frame pieces, flush at the outer edges and mitered ends. Using the pneumatic nail gun, attach the edge strips to the frame pieces using 1-inch nails.
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Step Nine // How to Build a Display Coffee Table Assemble the tabletop frame Photo by Ryan Benyi Once all the frame and strip pieces have been constructed, apply wood glue and a touch of cyanoacrylate glue to their mitered edges, one joint at a time. Join the corners to create a rectangle, then nail from the outside edge through each mitered joint using 1¼-inch nails.
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On each apron piece, glue and position a long support strip flush with the bottom edge, and a short screw strip flush with each end. The supports will hold the plywood display bottom. The screw strips create a block for attaching the apron pieces to the legs. To secure the strips, first tack them in place using a pneumatic nail gun and 1¼-inch nails. Then, using a countersink drill bit, create pilot holes in the strips and sink a 1¼-inch screw through the strip and into the apron.
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Place the acrylic sheet on the table’s base so that, as you’re looking down on it, its corners match the corners of the legs. Place the frame on top so that it locks around the acrylic and the legs. Fill the fastener holes and joints with wood filler, then sand and paint the entire assembly.
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Strong and durable metal table. Like the ones they have in Asian street cafes. Easy to store, unfold, use, and then put away again in no time.