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Published on May 14th, 2010 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Door becomes a table





Materials: Table (Grimle serie)

Description: An old rotten door becomes a table.

First I removed the rotten part en snored the door in a rectangle.
Then I filled the center of the door with old wood.
I removed the tabletop from the Ikea table and tightened the table legs at the door.

Take a look at my new table!!!

~ Megje83, Holland

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7 Responses to Door becomes a table

  1. Tomingo says:

    Very clever…

  2. Anonymous says:

    This works so well in your place. Great job!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Great! I’ll keep it mind.

  4. Pods says:

    Love this, great craftsmanship with the panelling!

  5. Tim Gray says:

    Nice, I’ve been doing this doe years. I made a nice old factory door into a desk top. but had a piece of glass cut to match so I could keep the cool look and the depth.

    There was a restaurant I went to about 20 years ago that all the booth tables were doors. So I took their idea and ran with it. I found you can get brass door handle hole covers that really make it look unique. Go to a industrial hardware store to find them.

  6. Ancsi says:

    I am just looking for a perfect table for my bistro chairs, Grimle would have been the one, how could I miss it? (it’s off the selection already :(

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