Published on September 18th, 2008 | by Jules Yap


An Antonius rack for baby

Daphna creates a cabinet for baby stuff using the Antonius high unit.

She added polypropylene side panels to the frame. The panels are sandwiched between pine strips and the Antonius frame. A curtain from a Index panel hanger covers it up and keeps it looking tidy.

See instructions and details on her blog and construction pictures on flickr.

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5 Responses to An Antonius rack for baby

  1. Anonymous says:

    i really hate antonius units, i just threw mine on garbage. they dont fit together and constantly broke. ikea quality.

  2. Jules says:

    Anon1, haha. yup had meant to put ‘stuff’ after baby but somehow missed it. blogging at midnight is no good. :)

  3. Anonymous says:

    The poly-prop panels go by the brand-name of “Coro-Plast” over in Murka.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I appreciate the work that you did, but man, does that ever look ghetto. It would probably be a lot better without the curtain. Sorry to be so negative.

  5. Anonymous says:

    How many babies does it hold?

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