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Published on June 18th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Pipe table + faktum top





Materials: Faktum abstract doors, metal pipes

Description: In order to create an “industrial looking” table I made the structure with water pipes (with connectors).

4 wheels with brake makes it easy to move around (as it is quite heavy).

Solid wood as a base, to give a modern look, the top is made with 3 cabinet doors (ABSTRACT) shining black.

This perfectly matches with the 4 alu Ikea chairs – matt black!

~ Fabrizio, Italy

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7 Responses to Pipe table + faktum top

  1. Anonymous says:

    great!

  2. Bisqui says:

    Looks pretty steady!

  3. This would be great if you made it with Kee Klamp fittings: http://www.simplifiedbuilding.com/store/components/kee-klamp.html Maybe I”ll end up doing that!

  4. How are the doors attached to the table top?

  5. Fab says:

    hi Chris,

    the kee klamp would make the job easier, but it not the look i was looking for. the prob of piping forniture is the desing, as you have to take care of the clockwise rule.

    on top of the piping there is a solid pinewood layer, then the doors are on top of it (screws).

    what i like of the abstrakt doors is the glass look. looks like glass without the prob of being fragile.

  6. Sona says:

    I am Falling in Love with this page. My good what a idea. Table of Pipes:D. Very creative.Thanks for puting it on the webpage.

  7. Monica Meyer says:

    What size wheel thread? I’ve been wanting to do something similar – attaching wheels to pipes, but haven’t been sure about how to get the sizes right. thanks!

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