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Top 100 Glass Projects

  1. 16. Bath to the Future (03:30)

    Matt helps Bethany and Patrick bring their '80s bath into the 21st century.

  2. 17. How to Use a Glass Panel Router Bit Set

    Use these step-by-step instructions to make a frame that holds glass. A glass panel router bit set is used to complete the project.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  3. 18. How to Design a Glass Backsplash

    Glass tiles add a unique touch to any kitchen's backsplash. Learn how to install your own glass backsplash.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  4. 19. Install Glass in Cabinet Doors (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for installing glass in kitchen cabinet doors.

  5. 20. Nattco Perfect Hole Saw (01:09)

    The Nattco Perfect Hole Saw cuts through tile, stone and glass.

  6. 21. G3 Fusion Pro Vac System (03:23)

    The GlasWeld System polishes scratches out of glass easily and quickly.

  7. 22. Hanging a Glass Bathroom Door (00:00:30)

    Add interest to your bathroom with Matt's tips on how to hang a glass door.

  8. 23. A Glass Bizarre (03:06)

    Convert a plain vase into a colorful work of art with one simple step.

  9. 24. Riva Del Mar Pebble Tiles (00:01:31)

    Riva Del Mar's glass pebble tiles transform rooms with natural beauty.

  10. 25. Shadow Box Table (03:33)

    Host Nancy Golden builds a display table with a custom glass top.

  11. 26. Windows- Part 2 (04:45)

    Contractor Matt Blashaw learns all about windows.

  12. 27. Galvanized Gazebo (20:00)

    There is tons of space in this backyard but no reason to spend time in it.

  13. 28. Installing Glass Door to Patio (00:03:18)

    Rob and crew remove windows in a rundown garage and install a glass door.

  14. 29. Bistro Kettle Boils Water Fast (00:01:05)

    Bodum's double-walled glass Bistro Electric Water Kettle boils water fast.

  15. 30. Shower and Floor Tile Install (07:53)

    Amy and homeowner Kristin install a glass shower and interlocking tile.

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