Bekvam keyholder

Published on February 14th, 2012 | by Jules Yap


Bekvam spice rack as keyholder


Description: Bekvam spice rack, white painted, switch the hanger in the back, perfect for hanging key chains!

See more of the Bekvam spicy rack.

~ pocalinde

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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".

9 Responses to Bekvam spice rack as keyholder

  1. Super Idee, das Ding andersherum aufzuhängen :)

  2. What a creative way to use this spice rack. The boxes on top are a nice touch as well.

  3. Zulaya says:

    I have to know: Where did you get the cool labeled things and what are they called so I can buy some????? I love the idea, but those make it perfect!

  4. From what I see on the German site the lanyards are closed with patent fasteners and you have to open/close them to remove/hang them there. Would be too fiddy for my taste.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I’m impressed! Looks very nice and functional too.

    We are in need of a key hanger in our hall too. How do the keyring/lanyards work? Do you unsnap the lanyard and take the whole piece with you or does the keyring detach? Did you buy or make them? Did you make those adorable fabric bins on the top? Thank you!

    • pocalinde says:

      on the back of the keyholder there is a kamsnap, You take the whole thing with you! (very functional to attach it at the holder of your bag! no more searching for the keys ;) ) I made both, the keyholder and the luttle fabric bins! If you like them you probably can buy both in my dawanda shop. I put them in there in a few days!

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