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Published on December 4th, 2007 | by Jules IKEAHacker


a galant coffee table

hey, hey, the first hack from tel aviv.

alessis hacks a coffee table from a galant table top and sultan legs. the leg joints are reinforced for stability.

coffee tablecoffee tablevisit alessis’ blog.

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2 Responses to a galant coffee table

  1. casonbang says:

    Nice, simple hack.

    I wonder why he used sultan legs instead of capita (from the kitchen line)

    Anyone know if a Galant table can support the weight of someone sitting on it? Even without the underneath frame that come with the desks?

  2. Good Coffee Table but I think it still need some improvement according to modern requirement !!

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