Published on June 1st, 2007 | by Jules Yap


megan’s breakfast bar

megan sent me a couple of hacks and attributes them to gerard rabara, a friend who is a student at FIT in NYC. certainly handy to have design student friend around. the first is a floating breakfast bar for her new apartment.

breakfast counterfloating breakfast counter“when i moved, i was sick of my ikea coffee table (discontinued, i think) and wanted to do something unique in my new apartment. so i disassembled the coffee table, cut the top of it into 2 pieces. i placed the narrow piece against the wall (my friend ron’s idea) and mounted the wide piece on 3 supporting valter brackets.”

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One Response to megan’s breakfast bar

  1. wow, what a cool idea. i tried to do something like that, but it didn’t turn out too well.

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