Adel Computer+Room-706099

Published on June 16th, 2010 | by Jules Yap


Bathroom to Computer room using Kitchen Cupboards

Materials: Adel (cabinets) and Lagan (countertops)

Description: Our computer room started it’s life as a first floor powder room.
We used an Ikea upper corner cabinet for a lower cabinet because we didn’t have room for the depth of a lower cabinet. We used Ikea uppers for the two upper cabinets with adel glass panel doors.

The shelves in between the cabinets are EKBY TONY/ EKBY BJÃRNUM cut to size.
The counter top is a wood Ikea Lagan top. We used a table saw and jig saw to cut the top to fit.

See more of Ashli’s computer room.

~ Ashli Malinek, Vancouver, British Columbia

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Jules Yap

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5 Responses to Bathroom to Computer room using Kitchen Cupboards

  1. Anonymous says:

    Love the nanocube! :)

  2. Thanks! It’s true it is more of a craft room then a computer room, but we do use our laptop in there and that’s where we house the printer and all of our office supplies, we just hide them because they aren’t as nice to look at!
    The drawers are not from ikea they are from Michaels Craft Stores for a full list of resources we used for the room you can check out our blog post.
    Thanks for the nice comments!


  3. Ellen says:

    Are the drawers also from Ikea? And what is the name of the drawers?

  4. Anonymous says:

    That looks like a craft room – not a computer room. Nice job, though!

  5. sm00bs says:

    I love this! We’re about to do something similar in our office (converted bedroom) using Akurum cabinets and drawers. This is a great use of the space. Well done, and thanks for sharing!

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