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Custom-made bathroom closet for small bathroom

[ad_1] Materials: FAKTUM closet, LAGAN countertop I saw a beautiful bathroom closet in a shop that was more than 1000€ and too big for our bathroom. Our bathroom is tiny and the closet would have to be right next to the door, so size was essential. After some thinking I came up with a plan ..
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Make a Rustic Step Stool in 60 minutes

[ad_1] A quick and easy paint job to upgrade the BEKVÄM into a rustic step stool. I so wish that we had an IKEA close by.  The closest one to us is about 90 minutes away {sad face} so I only get to go once or twice a year.   Therefore, my husband and I try ..
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BESTÅ, Bested: The cheapest, easiest DIY custom doors

[ad_1] Yay for the easiest and cheapest way to make custom doors for the BESTÅ. I just moved and have a bit more space, and FINALLY the opportunity to have some striking furniture! I fell in love with this gorgeous credenza from CB2. Source: Issa, CB2 But since it costs CAD2000, it was far outside ..
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12 IKEA desk setups to inspire us to work from home

[ad_1] Let’s connect IKEA hackers is all about modding, repurposing and customizing IKEA products. We have 5,000 (+ counting!) hacks from all over the globe. You’re bound to find something to inspire you. Here’s a quick start guide. Happy hacking! Jules

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Transforming a living space – Boring BILLY to a cosy cabinet

[ad_1] When we first moved into our rented apartment, we decided we would just decorate with IKEA furniture and wait until we bought our home before investing in more expensive pieces. I’m a big IKEA fan, so any excuse to pop out there and go shopping was good for me. We went with the BILLY ..
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Reclaimed Lerberg Etagere – IKEA Hackers

[ad_1] Materials: 2 Lerberg Shelf Units, 4 Planks of Reclaimed Wood, 32 Screws & Washers Description: This hack couldn’t be simpler. In fact, I’m convinced I’m not the first person to think of this. I picked up 4 planks of wood from my local salvage goods store, 2×6, each 6′ in length. (These will replace ..
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Trofast to LEGO table in one weekend

[ad_1] IKEA items used: Trofast Storage with plastic bins Gather supplies: High gloss interior paint. I used Red, Blue, Yellow for the shelving unit Spray paint designed to used on plastic. I used Red, Blue, Yellow, and green 4 caster wheels (screws for wheels) 6 10×10 building block base plates. I used Blue and Green ..
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Sad PAX to beautiful built in wardrobe

[ad_1] I’m in the slow process of remodeling my house and once I had all the walls and ceiling done in the main bedroom I decided to make my new PAX wardrobe look built in. As I said to a friend, it was only like 20-30€ in materials and couple days of work. But the ..
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Lunnatron – chair for gamers

[ad_1] I like the IKEA Lunna chair. It is comfy. I also like the Ergotron monitor arm. I decided to put the two together. I call it the Lunnatron. Lunnatron Chair. Lapboard will be replaced with floating tray eventually. Features Overstuffed memory foam base and backrest Dual stacked Ergotron LX arms. One for monitor, and ..
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Portable laptop stand with fans

[ad_1] Materials (IKEA):BRADA – Laptop Support, black.LANSA – Handle, stainless steel.Other materials:3 old desktop fans mounted with screws and connected to a single USB cable.2 CDs with additional decoration glued Fix-all.4 Ports USB Hub glued to the Laptop Support with Fix-all. Drill 2 holes for the screws to go through and attach the LANSA handle. ..
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