Published on October 25th, 2011 | by Jules Yap


Fork or not a fork, that’s the question

Materials: Cutlery (BONUS), peace of wood, screws

Description: The cheap and cheap-looking cutlery BONUS attracted me to define it again. With two sets of cutlery (24 pieces for 2.99 euro each set) I made several hacks. Here comes the first: Carefully bend forks with pliers. Drill hole and screw to a piece of wood. Tadaaa! A unique piece for the kitchen or as a coat hook.

Das billige und billig aussehende Besteck BONUS reizte mich, es neu zu definieren. Ich habe aus zwei Bestecksets (á 24 Stück für je 2,99 Euro) mehrere Hacks gemacht. Hier kommt das erste: Gabeln vorsichtig mit einer Zange biegen. Loch rein bohren und an ein Holzbrettchen schrauben. Fertig. Ein Unikat für Küche oder als Kleiderhaken.

~ Beate, Lauchheim

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Jules Yap

"I am Jules, the engine behind IKEAHackers and the one who keeps this site up and running. My mission is to capture all the wonderful, inspiring, clever hacks and ideas for our much loved IKEA items".

4 Responses to Fork or not a fork, that’s the question

  1. Anonymous says:

    hahaha the second spoon hook look like the middle finger hand sign…….

  2. Beate says:

    Thank’s a lot for compliment. I like the funny part of it…. ;-)

  3. MitchRodriquez @ English Atlanta says:

    The spoon and fork design is just so superb! you have a lot of sense making this creations come into action. Great great find here!

  4. Anonymous says:

    so simple and yet unexpected. great hack

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