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Published on January 7th, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Molger Leg Frame to Bed Frame





IKEA Molger bed frame

Materials: Molger leg frames, cooling racks

Description: This bed frame was made from discontinued Molger leg frame sets for bathroom sinks. They were on sale at $20 from $50 in the as is section. It took 10 boxes, all of their inventory, to build this frame. Also, for the supporting slats underneath, I used metal cooling racks that were also in the as is at 1.50 a piece. It took 20 racks.

~ Kha Dinh, Houston, TX

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18 Responses to Molger Leg Frame to Bed Frame

  1. I’m sure you can go to home depot and pick up wood for less than that.

  2. Anonymous says:

    You give no details.

    • Kdinh says:

      Well, I simply screwed them together individually from the bottom up. I regret not adhering the legs to the same design. It was done before the head board so it wasn’t as obvious.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I love it! Really creative and very stylish.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Good-looking bed – very creative.
    Well done!

  5. Theresa says:

    Love the jenga like blocks! Do you have a blog post or some sort with more photos and production process? Thanks!

    • Kdinh says:

      Thanks! Jenga blocks, that’s a good one. I did not take production photos. Though I advise that you not try it your self. It took almost a week and over 300 screws! I also had to drill pilot holes for every single one bc the wood cracks otherwise!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Looks great!!!

  7. biscuit says:

    i never imagined that something could be done by putting together molger leg frames and cooling racks! And looks great!

  8. pelz says:

    The chunky, clumsy scale of the legs takes away from the otherwise mod and chic headboard. Very expensive repurposing! But kudos for all that focused work.

    • kgdinh says:

      Agreed. The legs are clumsy. It doesn’t have the permeability that exists with the rest of it. It can be easily fixed but I’m done with it.

    • Anonymous says:

      Clumsy? They are perfectly executed. Chunky maybe, but clumsy? You’re just being a dick.

  9. Anonymous says:

    i like the chunkiness of the legs. however- this is nearly impossible for most people to do if just browsing. but nice job, i like it.

  10. boufonman35 says:

    I realy like the style of this bed !
    Amazing work !

  11. Anonymous says:

    A* for the most original hack. Well done!

  12. Anonymous says:

    Great !

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