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  • Dena Baker

    Table Topper- Spice up a plain coffee table with a decorative piece of wallpaper. Place the paper directly on top of the table surface, then use a top sheet of glass to hold the paper in place. The paper can be switched out at any time to give an instant refresh to the living space.

  • Rebecca Dale

    Wallpaper can dress up a coffee table. Pick a graphic pattern that looks nice from any angle. Avoid a curved tabletop to ease the trimming. Paint the table a coordinating color; let dry. Cut the paper to size and lay on top. Finish with a custom-cut glass top to protect the paper. This would also be cute atop a dresser or nightstand...

  • Glenda Miiller

    Wallpaper can dress up a coffee table. Pick a pattern that looks nice from any angle. Paint the table a coordinating color; let dry. Cut the paper to size and lay on top. Finish with a custom-cut glass top to protect the paper. Pretty clever idea for any table....could even add the rope trim to most tables

  • Emilia Prosser

    I love the idea of putting fun wallpaper under glass as a way to update a coffee table! This would be great if said coffe table had a damaged top to it and you didn't really feel like refinishing it. I love nifty tricks like this.

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