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LACK side table to shelf hack

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 03:19 AM
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by Jules (noreply@blogger.com) last modified Jan 20, 2011



 

 


Materials: 4 LACK side tables, a broomstick

Description: During remodelling I was in need of a shelf to be placed beside my bed. It should hold my alarm clock, the entertainment center and some other stuff.

Not finding anthing I like and not wanting to spend money into something I dislike I almost left IKEA empty handed.

Almost leaving, but then found a special offer of LACK: 1,99 Euros (about $ 2,60) a item. The hidden price to pay was to become used to the ugly light blue color.

So this really simple hack is made of 4 LACK side tables with three legs attched. I used MS Polymer to glue the table legs on the desk top.

Not shown is a vertical attached broomstick that is screwed to the table tops at the far end side. The broomstick is strapped to a hook in the wall.

The result does not look too ugly and is even cheaper than Hyllis (4 LACK: 7,96 Euro, 1 Hyllis: 7,99 Euro).

~ Holger, Germany

 

 

 
 
 

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