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Published on June 28th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Lack and Lego side table





Materials: Lack shelf, Lego bricks

Description: I used Lego bricks around a wooden leg which I attached to a Lack free standing shelf with very small mounting triangles.

I then attached a white wooden shelf as a base, with nothing more than a long screw. I guess someone can use a Lack also. I painted the rough side of Lack white, and attached some more Legos with glue.

~ ioanna, greece

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3 Responses to Lack and Lego side table

  1. bani says:

    What a fun idea! I’m going to remember this one!

  2. njw says:

    I am *so* going to do this with an old Jenga game!!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Will have my kids do this all around the house tomorrow . . . ahh, summer time!

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