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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-02-2019, 09:20 AM Thread Starter
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took an old glass top coffee table and gave it a new look. painted the image on the bottom side of glass so it won't wear or scratch. also did a wall hanger the same way....



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WOW!!! That table is awesome. How long did it take and just did you lay it out? I have zero skills for that type of stuff! LOL

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First off, that's a great optical illusion. As tables go, I'd give it an A+. That is a work of art, and the oval shape with the straight lines of the pattern make for a fascinating combination. My long-gone dad had a small factory (burned down) where they painted the inside of vauses in intricate patterns and designs. It is really beautiful technique.

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Very clever, and eye-catching.

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I like the look. Makes a nice looking table.

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Very nice , and never seen it done before .

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*bogglement!*
Amazing and beautifully executed...gives me vertigo looking at it!
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Beautiful...love the design. Kinda reminds me of a worm hole...you don't jump into the table and come out the wall do you...?
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Tony - is that the "rabbit hole" everyone's always talking about - that table is fantastic.
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