furniture tablefacelift

Published on April 29th, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Lack Table Face Lift





Materials: 2 Lack side tables, tools to assemble table, PL Premium Adhesive

Description: You fully make 1 of the tables as directed and then take the top from the other table and glue them to the bottom of the fully assembled table using PL Premium construction adhesive and voila new much more attractive expensive looking tables! I bunched mine together as a slim coffee table and the ottomans I already had on hand happened to fit in perfectly as a happy accident.

Just be careful with the glue and defiantly wipe up any extra, I have spots I didn’t clean so well and it has yellowed over time.

See more of the Lack table face lift.

~ Erin Hall, Hamilton, ON Canada

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Jules IKEAHacker

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9 Responses to Lack Table Face Lift

  1. Anonymous says:

    It looks like you actually need 4 tables.

  2. Anonymous says:

    It looks nice, bravo. I would put four chair pads at each corner to avoid the (nice) floor scratching.

  3. aeccrystal says:

    Nice,I like your design….

  4. Nice. It can save some space on your living room. It’s like table and a chair in one. I love it!

  5. Madieta says:

    I did this last week. Thanks for sharing your idea! :)

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hi there, love this hack and love the blue padded stools you’ve got, where did you get them from if you don’t mind me asking? :-)

  7. Anonymous says:

    Where are these ottomans from?

    I found these:
    OSP Designs Tufted Accent Cube – MET376 on Wayfair.com

    but the color seems off. They seem to be the right size too. Am I right?

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