Lack garden

Published on February 16th, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Lack stone age garden





Lack stone age garden

Materials: Lack rack 1×4, Lack shelf (2m), Dioder(?) spots

Description: I had an old Ikea Lack rack 1×4, which I didn’t like anymore. I took the shelves out, put a wooden board over the complete size in (cut to size), filled it up with stones. Lack shelf is placed over, spot light under it. done.

Lack stone age garden
Lack stone age garden

~ Max, Germany, Mülheim

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8 Responses to Lack stone age garden

  1. Anonymous says:

    Max, das ist ein super simples, aber hammergeniales Ikea-Hack! Gleich morgen ist es auch meins!

  2. Christian says:

    I wonder what it might look like, if you attached an encased linear lamp inside the rack and filled it up with glass marbles or some other more or less transparent stuff like table tennis balls.

    Aside from that, i like the great work you did there.

  3. Anonymous says:

    the lack rack 1×4 is still available? can’t find it on the site.. is it an old item maybe?

  4. kallekenkel says:

    So what do you do with it? Oder geht’s nur um die Optik ;) ?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Nice ashtray.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Max, your stuff clearly shows well thought out care for unique designs… I just never have a clue how you put it all together from your explanations/pics…

  7. Anonymous says:

    I’m thinking about doing this. I think using 3 long lack shelves, front back and bottom, then maybe the tiny lack shelves for the sides?

    then maybe a layer of glass on top? I’m still coming up with ideas, but I love this and think it would look awesome underneath a nice HDTV.

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