Bathroom

Published on June 29th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Faktum in the bathroom? Yes you can!





Materials: Faktum, Abstrakt, Hollviken

Description: My problem was that I like the Hollviken bathtub, but I personally think that most of the Ikea bathroom furniture aestetically sucks. At the same time, I also like the slickness of the Abstrakt series.

So I took a 80cm wide Hollviken and I mounted it on a 80cm faktum base cabinet designed to resist the weight of a ceramic sink.

Problem was that it was too wide so I had to cut it. Done.

My aunt liked the thing so much she wanted one in her bathroom, but with the small Hollviken.

You can judge the result.

~ vivanicola

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4 Responses to Faktum in the bathroom? Yes you can!

  1. Seven11 says:

    Nice one… I think the Abstrakt/Faktum series are of good use in living areas as well…

  2. The Others says:

    In fact … you can’t

    why?

    Cause the faktum furniture aren’t protected vs humidity Like a GOdmorgon or Lillagen one.

    It’s still a ood idea and it will work in most of the case, but not allways x]

  3. Anonymous says:

    What’s with the toilet sinks next to the real toilets?

  4. Anonymous says:

    It’s called a bidet.

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