Bedroom decker

Published on January 2nd, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Double Decker Lack!!!





Double Decker Lack Bedside table

Materials: Lack Side Table – high gloss red

Description: The budget for this project was very minimal, so we had to be very creative with our purchases.

We purchased two Lack side tables in the high gloss red finish.

Based on the drawings I did, the client selected option 1. The client cut all the legs to the appropriate height dimensions as shown on the drawings and he used the hardware included in the box to secure everything together.

This Double Decker nightstand is not only aesthetically beautiful but functional as well.

Double Decker Lack Bedside table
Double Decker Lack Bedside table

~ Maria, MK Square Studio, NY, NY

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5 Responses to Double Decker Lack!!!

  1. Michelle says:

    Looks good and handy having the extra shelf

  2. Anonymous says:

    How were the two tables secured together?

  3. Roger says:

    I don’t think it looks that good, but I’ll be a little constructive; I think it would be better the other way around, the short LACK on top of the taller one. Easier to reach the lower shelf from bed position and I don’t really see the need for a foot of storage height…

  4. Anonymous says:

    I would also like to know how you attched them together. I’m attempting this myself……. The dowel screws supplied are only long enough to attach the legs to the table top. I intend to drill through the bottom table top and screw to the legs of the table above but I can’t find any dowel screws longer than the ones supplied.

  5. Paula says:

    Yes, I have this project on halt because I cannot figure how to do the bottom legs. First they are hollow, I noticed when I used my jigsaw. Secondly, how do you attach them to table? Hotglue?

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