We all have the urge to use coffee tables, and in the case of the coffee table, you can.
But, for many, that’s just not the best option.
For a lot of people, the coffee tables we use in our kitchens, offices, and homes are too big, too heavy, or simply too inconvenient.
They have to be made with one or two or three coffee pots, a lot more than you might think.
But if you can find the perfect coffee table tray and get it to fit your needs, you’ll be in business.
To help you get started, we’re going to walk you through the basics of making a perfect coffee pot tray.
Pick the right size.
A coffee table is a perfect size for a lot things: cups, trays, and even a table.
A standard size coffee table has two cups and a single tray.
A larger table will have a larger tray.
For example, if you have two coffee pots and one tray, you’d use two coffee tables.
To make a perfect tray, pick a size that’s comfortable for you, like this: 1 cup coffee table with three cups, a single cup, and two trays.
You can get an extra large coffee table from your local hardware store or online.
Pick a color.
Colors vary by country, but they usually fall into one of three categories: red, black, and yellow.
In a coffee table that has one cup of coffee, there should be two colors, and if you use a large coffee pot with multiple trays (like this one pictured), you’ll probably have to pick one color.
Choose a tray.
This is where it gets really tricky.
To choose a tray, all you need to do is figure out what size tray you need, then choose a color and size.
For coffee pots (or any other table) this can be simple.
Just pick a tray size and color that you like, and you’re good to go.
For trays of more than two cups, though, you may need to look at a variety of sizes and colors to find the tray that’s right for you.
In this case, you might want to ask your cabinetmaker or home decorator to do the work for you and pick your tray.
To find the right tray, though (and if you want a smaller or larger coffee table), you need a tray table, like the one pictured above.
Here’s how to make your own coffee table: 1.
Grab a large table with a lid and a coffee pot.
For this example, you need two coffee trays with two trimmers, two coffee cups, and a pot.
2: Choose a color, like red, and choose a size.
(Remember, you’re choosing a tray.)
3: Pick a tray tray size.
Pick two different sizes for your coffee pot and cup.
You’ll need to measure the size of the pot and cups to figure out the size.
4: Choose the color.
In the photo below, I picked black for the coffee pot, and I also used yellow.
You may need a different color to match the color of the tray, so make sure the tray has a different shade of the color you want.
(You’ll want to choose a different tray tray, like orange, yellow, and white, if the color is not a common color.)
5: Choose your color.
The tray tray color should match the tray tray that you want to use.
6: Cut the tray.
Using a large pot and two coffee pot trimmers works well, but you can make your tray from any type of table.
For the best results, use two or more coffee pots with the same tray.
If you have to choose one, make sure that the tray is large enough to hold the two trimmer trays that you need.
7: Choose an adhesive.
A good adhesive for coffee trams is Acrylic Glue, which is widely available at most hardware stores.
Acrylic is easy to apply, and it’ll last for years.
If your coffee table doesn’t have a lid, use a piece of paper to seal the tray so that you can easily remove it later.
8: Put the tray in the tray rack.
Use a large bowl or a bowl and tray to place the tray on top of the other tray.
You should have the tray sitting right on top, so you can quickly remove the tray from the tray by just removing it with your fingers.
9: Add the adhesive.
Acryl glue dries very quickly, so it’ll dry quickly and evenly, even if the tray isn’t totally flat.
For best results when using acrylic glue, use one of the three sizes of coffee table trays you’ve seen here.
10: Add a base.
This step will add a bit of texture to the coffee tray.
It can be easy to use too much glue, though. You