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Published on August 13th, 2008 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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The Alseda gets a top





Am loving what Antonella did to the Alseda stool.


She transformed it into an oriental style coffee table. Antonella simply screwed a round wooden server on top and added three wooden legs, painted with aniline colour. Easy and cheap.

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12 Responses to The Alseda gets a top

  1. Anonymous says:

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  2. Mobisop says:

    wow. your a hacker man!!!

  3. Michele says:

    That is a cool hack! That table looks really high-end and unique.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I would suggest you change ‘oriental style’ to ‘Asian style’ before angry PC police check in.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Totally random…but where did you get that couch?

  6. Tracie says:

    How big is the wooden disc on top? And where did you get it?

  7. Inga says:

    I absolutely love this!!!! Great job!

  8. Saki says:

    What a great hack!
    I’m tapping onto your inspiration and I’m stacking two Alseda stools and on top of them the Skala tray.
    Will keep you posted, with a photo :)
    Thank you!

  9. Parantar says:

    nice one ikea hacker

  10. joanne montgomery says:

    Hello, I have purchased two alseda stools to stack and would love to put legs on them but don’t know how to attach them to the frame. Would you please share how the legs were afixed to the rattan and wire frame?
    thanks!

  11. meike says:

    Hai, I really love this idea, but I am also struggling with you to attach the legs to the rattan frame… So how did you do that without it becoming unstable?

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