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Published on December 6th, 2010 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Customised Kritter Table





Materials: 1 x Kritter table, oilcloth (or fabric + pvc table liner) and staple gun

Description: For my niece’s 2nd birthday, I customised a Kritter table by stapling fabric and pvc table liner to the top. This could also be done with oilcloth. It’s now easier to keep in good condition than the standard painted veneer top and looks a bit more interesting.

~ Catherine, Melbourne, Australia

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4 Responses to Customised Kritter Table

  1. Jhon says:

    So cost effective table, like africa nothing is wasted in Jungle.

    - John Devis
    Magento Themes

  2. A great post for sure on as to how one should go in and make customized tables…. Really well done keep posting stuff like this….

  3. Maria's mom! says:

    Wonderful, absolutely lovely!! Lucky niece!!!

  4. evaone says:

    Great…aside form being creative nothing will be wasted on materials that’s just hanging around the corner.

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