This post contains affiliate links for which I may make a small commission at no extra cost to you should you make a purchase. See my disclosure page for info on affiliate programs.
Do you want to build a DIY glow in the dark epoxy table? Are you searching for ideas, inspiration, or a step-by-step tutorial? If so, this article is for you.
This article doesn’t just list fancy glow in the dark table pictures which leave you with more questions than answers.
Instead, it lists detailed epoxy glow table tutorials with step-by-step instructions as well as a video guide for each.
In addition, I included a unique epoxy glow in the dark project at the bottom of this post. It’s really awesome, so take a look before you go.
So, let’s get to it.
DIY Glow in the Dark Epoxy Table Projects
- Epoxy Glow Table Video Guide
- 1. DIY Outdoor Live Edge Epoxy Glow Table
- 2. DIY Walnut Slab Glow in the Dark Epoxy Table
- 3. Epoxy Seashell Table that Glows
- 4. DIY Ocean Glow Table
- 5. Glowing Epoxy River Table with Rocks
- BONUS Project: Glow in the Dark Epoxy Surfboard Wall Hanger
- Frequently Asked Questions
Epoxy Glow Table Video Guide
There are several things which are difficult to fully explain with words and images, so be sure to check out the video tutorial below.
1. DIY Outdoor Live Edge Epoxy Glow Table
This outdoor live edge epoxy river glow in the dark table is made with reclaimed Cypress wood.
The bottom epoxy layer was mixed with fluorescent blue glow in the dark powder, or photoluminescent powder, and filled half of the resin river.
Blue acrylic rocks cover the first layer and embedded in translucent epoxy.
2. DIY Walnut Slab Glow in the Dark Epoxy Table
If you want unique dining table made with live edge wood slabs, this DIY Walnut Glow in the Dark Table fits the bill.
The first epoxy layer contains fluorescent blue glow powder mixed with epoxy and the second layer contains clear epoxy resin.
Since fluorescent blue glow powder is opaque, the clear epoxy resin allows most of the live edge to remain visible.
3. Epoxy Seashell Table that Glows
Do you wish you could take part of the beach with you after a vacation? If so, this DIY epoxy seashell table that glows is for you.
The seashell resin table features reclaimed cypress wood, neutral aqua glow in the dark powder, and embedded seashells.
When the lights go off, this table comes to life.
Also, it is a great project to put your seashell collection to use.
4. DIY Ocean Glow Table
This DIY epoxy ocean table resembles the emerald green and blue beaches near my home in Destin, Florida.
It contains green glow in the dark powder, a layer of beach sand, real sand dollars, and clear epoxy resin on top.
In addition, white resin inlays fill wood voids in the reclaimed cypress wood.
DIY Project Plans for Download
DIY project plans for this epoxy ocean table are available, so download yours today.
5. Glowing Epoxy River Table with Rocks
This epoxy river table with rocks that glows resembles the first table on this list.
It features a fluorescent blue epoxy river with embedded rocks and fits well as a coffee table or couch table.
In addition, this river table is made with reclaimed cypress wood.
BONUS Project: Glow in the Dark Epoxy Surfboard Wall Hanger
As a bonus, I included an epoxy glow in the dark project which is not a table.
This surfboard towel hook adds a beach vibe to a bathroom or pool area.
Both the surfboard fin and surfboard are made with epoxy resin.
In addition, blue fluorescent glow powder makes the surfboard glow in the dark.
Be sure to checkout this surfboard towel hanger on etsy.
I hope this article provided you with ideas, inspiration, and instruction how to build a glow in the dark epoxy table with confidence.
Articles with Useful Epoxy Resin Tips
- Best Finish for Epoxy Table
- How To Get a Matte Finish on Epoxy
- 5 Useful Tips for Sanding Epoxy Resin
- How to Fill Wood Voids with Epoxy
Frequently Asked Questions
Most glow in the dark powder mixed with epoxy last roughly 6 hours.
Glow in the dark powder can be recharged millions of times and retain 95% of it’s glow after 20 years.
UV flashlights or sunlight produces charge glow powder and pigments best.
Glow in the dark epoxy is made by mixing phosphorescent pigment (glow in the dark powder) with epoxy resin.