5 Tile Furniture You Can Make This Weekend

Photo by Max Vakhtbovych

The weekend is upon us, and some great do-it-yourself projects are waiting for you. Like these below examples, tile furniture is trending now, so, why not tackle this project? Tile comes in different colors, sizes, shapes, and patterns. It’s easy to completely customize the look.

These tips projects are for indoor use. However, you can transform them into outdoor projects easily with a top-coat weather-resistant sealer. Before getting started with these easy projects, here are the supplies you need:

Mosaic tile

Tile nippers

Sandpaper

Adhesive fiberglass mesh

Adhesive

Notched spreader

Grout

Disposable gloves

Sponge

1. Table

Photo by Max Vakhtbovych

A dining table is one of the easiest surfaces to decorate with a mosaic pattern. Play with patterns to get such an interesting look for your dining table. Tips: Even if your design is spontaneous like this one, make sure to use tiles of similar thickness so you’ll end up with an even surface.

2. Stools

Photo by Max Vakhtbovych

Another thing in your room you can easily decorate with tiles is stools. Applying tiles one by one directly onto a surface, like these stools is another traditional method of creating mosaics. If you’re willing to inexpensive stools you can easily cover the pots or planters with tiles and grout. Besides, if you want to use tiles that are too small to grasp with your fingers, use crafts tweezers to dip the backs into a small dish of adhesive.

3. Drawer

Photo by Vlada Karpovich

Look for something beautiful and unique for living room or bedroom furniture, this drawer could be a great answer. It doesn’t matter if you don’t like the color or pattern of your drawer, because you can easily cover it with tiles and grout. You can use tiles that are too small to grasp with your fingers and use crafts tweezers to dip the backs into a small dish of adhesive. Or you can also make it like this one.

4. Dresser

Photo by Charlotte May

Looking beautiful with vibrant colors, this dresser can complete your living room look. Mosaic a dresser the same way you do a drawer with individual tiles. This dresser is perfect for a boho-chic home.

5. Dining Table

Photo by Mark McCammon

This table and the stools are a bit difficult to make, however, you don’t need to worry. It doesn’t use small tiles, so it’s easy to grasp with your fingers. Applying tiles one by one directly onto a surface, like this dining table is a good idea to get a different look in your dining area.

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