- Category: Home Improvement
- Created: Wednesday, 22 June 2016 00:32
IKEA items used: Brusali After having my Brusali shoe cabinet a few months I felt it looked a little plain and I wanted to make it looked a bit more interesting. I went to my local reclamation yard and bought an old floorboard, but a pretty thick one as you can see from the pictures. [&hellip
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I made this bed for my daughter after she had been begging me for bunk beds and I totally knew she would out grow them way too fast. She loved this bed and it was super easy to make! Materials: (2) KALLAX 8 cubby (1) KALLAX 4 cubby (1) Large piece of plywood Approx 60″ [&hellip
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Items: Domsjo Sink, Karlby counter The bathroom contains a washing machine and it is important to have a continuous counter across the sink to the washer for cohesiveness. The problem is the space, we have about 56 cm between the shower wall and the washing machine. Also, the depth of the washing machine (63 cm) [&hellip
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This space was designed using the older line of cabinets, but the overall concept can be achieved with the new line of SEKTION cabinets. When designing the wall of high cabinets for the pantry and refrigerator, I made note of the Sub-Zero built-in refrigerator design requirements – rough opening width, cleat sizing, water supply and [&hellip
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IKEA items used: IKEA Tromso Loft Bed, IKEA Trofast Storage Stair shaped frame We started with a Tromso loft bed because it was the tallest I could find at 64 5/8” from floor to bottom of bed. (I’m 5’1″ and I can stand in the house!) We removed the latter and then moved the entrance [&hellip
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IKEA items used: KALLAX 1×4 shelving unit (could probably work with EXPEDIT too, but they had stopped selling it by the time we made our hack) 6 brackets – I am not sure which ones we used, I think it was the EKBY, but you can probably pick whatever brackets you like the most [&hellip
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Built with: 3x Lack tables, 8x Ekby Stödis bracket, 4x Rill casters, Fixa screws, (still to come: cable management with “fixa cable management set”. 1) Assemble two Lack tables. 2) Stack them and glue them together with a third table top as the base. 3) Place 10-20 kg weight on the construction and wait for [&hellip
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Ikea items used: EKBY LERBERG 11” shelf bracket (1) ALGOT shelf 23” x 15” (2) BRANÄS Basket Ikea CD drawers (discontinued) I recently moved into a cozy apartment in Brooklyn, which like most pre-war buildings in the city, has its share of heavy, antiquated radiators that were covered in aluminum paint. There was an especially [&hellip
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IKEA items used: SIGNE rug As soon as I saw Signe rugs in IKEA, it lit a lamp in my head, this would make a cool and happy tote bag! I remembered I had old bamboo handles that I could use, so I bought one rug. The bag construction is really simple. First I turned [&hellip
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I made this hack from 3 pieces of rails. 1 Tramrail slice of 2 cm thick. 1 Trainrail slice of 2 cm thick. AND 1 KVARTAL curtainrail from IKEA 120 cm long. The idea was to put 3 pieces of rails together and call it railsrailsrails. Inside the rails I placed 2 strips of LEDs. [&hellip
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On my recent trip to Papua New Guinea I bought a tribal necklace. Dusty and dirty, I saw same potential in it. Having seen the necklaces being sold in UK for 475 £, the price of 30 £ I paid for the item was a bargain. And, I probably overpaid two or three times the [&hellip
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I am thinking of using PAX wardrobes for media storage and a hide-away home office, but the sliding doors are quite pricey for me at this time. Would it be possible to use the sliding door hardware to make my own doors with plywood or some other material, or is that just a terrible idea
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IKEA items used: 3 LACK TV Stands (3rd one for extra parts only) 2 Maximera Drawer frames – one 80 width x 60 depth, and one 60 width x 60 depth. 2 Veddinge drawer front 80 x 20 yellow white (as LACK TV Stand is more off white than white!!) 2 Veddinge Plinth yellow white [&hellip
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After the round IKEA Salad Bowl Speakers, here are the slim IKEA full range LACK speakers, built using two 110 cm shelves from the LACK family. Integrated amp and its power supply are made from LACK shelves too. To make the speakers, you need: 2 IKEA Lack shelves – 110 cm 2 small full range speakers, less [&hellip
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IKEA items used: Ikea norden folding table Old IKEA Norden table was looking ugly due to a burnt mark on the surface. Inspiration came from Riviera Maison wooster bar table. I took old garden wood fence as a material. I cut fence in pieces, sanded and put them directly on old surface, using regular screws. [&hellip
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