tempered glass panels

Tempered glass shelves look great on their own but can also be used to create art and other wall decors. Here are 10 wall decorating ideas you can make (with some help) using tempered glass shelves.

Floating glass shelves

This is a modern take on the floating wooden shelves. Use a drill and a wall saw to cut a groove into the wall to fit your glass shelf in. Caulking will secure the shelf into the wall.

Bathroom shelves

You can also install tempered glass shelves in the bathroom using brackets.

Tiered receiver shelves

Use tempered glass panels to create shelves with two to three levels facing perpendicular to the wall. These are great as catch-alls for keys and other items in entryways.

Corner glass shelf

Leftover tempered glass panels can be turned into corner glass shelves to hold plants and knickknacks.

Glass painting panels

Take three vertical tempered glass panels and paint a landscape or seascape on them. Use brackets to attach the painting to the wall.

Window glass plant shelves

Attach several tempered glass panels to a window with brackets and use them to display your plant collection. This also serves as a greenhouse for your plants.

Tempered glass mosaic art

Use a leftover tempered glass panel as the base for mosaic art. You can use bits of tiles, broken glass, beads, or gems to create the art.

Photo panels

Use three same-sized tempered glass panels to showcase a favorite photo. A glass photo printing company can print your photos directly onto tempered glass.

3D tempered glass shelves

Three-dimensional glass shelves are ultra-modern and classy. Tempered glass and aluminum can be used to create these.

Scratch glass art

Use a leftover tempered glass panel to create scratched art with some paint and a toothpick.