Secondary Storage

Published on October 13th, 2010 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Bookend for Värde Shelf





Materials: Värde, Komplement clothes rail

Description:
Do you wake up from books dropping from your Värde , too?

I solved the problem by adding a 10 mm (rundholz – what’s the english word?) to both ends of the shelf.

Buy 3 meter of these per shelf. Then drill 10,5 mm (at least) through all of the boards. If the holes are to narrow, it will take forever to get the log through…
I drilled the center of the hole 15 mm from the side, and 40 mm from the front.

The other mod? The clothes rail?
Ehm… was a little bit more complicated.
Use your imagination.
It was made from an Ikea clothes rail (Komplement?). But I cannot find it in the online shop any more.

~ JPT, Germany

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2 Responses to Bookend for Värde Shelf

  1. Anonymous says:

    Rundholz must mean dowel in English. Thanks for the hack

  2. Erin says:

    Yep, I was thinking the same thing: rundholz=dowel. Nice hack.

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