Antilop

Published on December 22nd, 2010 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Hacking Antilop for the bath





Materials: Antilop

Description: From table with legs to bath without, Antilop is a winner!!

~ Teresa

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6 Responses to Hacking Antilop for the bath

  1. Colleen says:

    It’s a great idea, I would just be concerned about it tipping over.

  2. m.winter says:

    Collen – I think with a child sitting with its legs extended it is pretty fool proof as far as tipping goes. Also the water should help it stay afloat. And……..any parent knows you should not leave a child unattended, so should it start to flip one would be there to stop it.

  3. Anonymous says:

    This is fantastic. Whenever we travel for an extended period of time we take our ikea highchair AND the bath ring. Not anymore. I’m just packing the chair next time. Thanks for this!

  4. wonderfull idea, I share it on my blog

  5. maya says:

    I will try this idea…

  6. Annette hart says:

    Hi just read your ideas on idea high chair, I have this for my grandchild but it is too tall to go under my table. Any ideas on how to cut legs down too fit under the feet do not seems to come off to shorten it. Love the other ideas have used it in bath.

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