Terrarium Coffee Table DIY

Jun 20th

Terrarium Coffee Table DIY – terrarium coffee table DIY – For plant lovers and want to incorporate plants into one of the furniture in your living room, terrarium coffee table is a great idea. Terrarium coffee table is something unique and wonderful to the living room. Enjoy hot coffee in the morning while looking at greenery in your table. You can buy it at the nearest furniture stores or you can buy at the online store are available with a variety of shapes, such as round, square or oval. Or if you want to use your creativity to make your own terrarium coffee table, this is not a difficult project.

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Stylish Terrarium Coffee Table

To make your own terrarium coffee table

First, by building a shallow box with pieces of plywood and angle brackets, the box in line with heavy duty plastic sheeting. Then staple on around the outside of the box and the excess of the trim. Changing the coffee table upside down and remove the screws that secure the top of the glass. Carefully lift out the glass. Set the table upright angle brackets and screws to screw holes left by the glass. Place the lower box to the brackets; screws through the brackets into the box.

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Add 1-inch layer of gravel to the bottom of the box to create a terrarium coffee table base, mix 1 part with 3 parts of horticultural charcoal orchid bark, about 1 inch layer of gravel mixture. Add a thin layer of potting soil on top. Succulents plants in the ground and spray generously with water. Complying with large rubber bumper is clear for custom-cut sheets of tempered glass and frame resting on the coffee table. Clear glass top for occasional water; succulents only need watering every 10 to 14 days.

This might be a little help in making Terrarium Coffee Table, I find it on youtube at Martha Stewart channel