Published on March 15th, 2011 | by Jules Yap


Fruit shelf

Materials: MIXTUR Oven/serving dish

Description: There is no much space in my kitchen so I built a fruit shelf.
The dishes can easily be removed – just lift and pull them.

The pictures are much better than my English…

~ Alego, Germany

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8 Responses to Fruit shelf

  1. onekansasmom says:

    Love this! How did you attach the pieces? Can’t quite figure that out…

  2. Anonymous says:

    some more details would be very much apriciated… this is a REAL ikea hack which is functionel

  3. ThePureLivingCompany says:

    Very handy!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Cool hack and DIY. Congratulations.

  5. Anonymous says:

    wow! it is really very nice. can you provide step by step instructions?

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hallo Alego,
    kannst du irgendwie erklären, wie du diese weißen Platten befestigt hast? Auf der Zeichnung sind sie ziemlich frei schwebend:…

  7. Anonymous says:

    Its a very nice idea. I would like to have something similar in my kitchen too.

    But am wondering about the wooden frame into which the dishes have been fit. Is it ready-made or DIY?

  8. 25FLONDON says:

    Great idea!

    For some extra storage I’ve used some Gorm baskets & slim shelves – similar idea, but a different way of looking at it!

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