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Published on June 20th, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Frosta Z





Materials: 2 Frosta Stool

Description: It’s one of three hacks I made with the Frosta stool.

See the whole plan here.

If you want the plan in PDF from one of the Hack, please just write: andreas.bhend@gmx.ch

See more of the Frosta Z

Also check out Frosta Y.

~ Andreas Bhend, Switzerland

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23 Responses to Frosta Z

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’d really like to see how it would fit within a decor instead of a blank wall. So far I’m more impressed by the “hacked” manual than the item itself.

  2. jo says:

    nice!
    for me they’re elegible in the ten for 2012.
    straight on the top ten.

  3. Anonymous says:

    That is awesome! Love the manual!

  4. Mira says:

    Awesome hack!! I lOve both frosta z and y!!
    Also very cool to see the manual!!!
    Love it love it.
    Never commented before here!

  5. Magnesium says:

    Excellent ! Like !

  6. Brilliant! Not only is the concept fun (I love the names you’ve given the different hack variations) the manual’s great! A creative series of projects indeed…there are many more letters in the alphabet……. ;)

  7. Anjin says:

    This is Mash-up furniture,isn’t it?

    I love Nordic (swedish?) design anyway.
    Table and chair with bending arms seems looks like Scandinavian design.

  8. woolywoman says:

    outstanding!truely original work, and I love the manual, as well. I’d give it the highest grade, if i were your teacher.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Bi richtig stouz, dass diä 3 Super-Hacks vom ne Landsmaa si !! Äs Grüessli us Kanada a Andreas i dr Schwiiz….;-)

  10. Sabine says:

    super Idee – gratuliere! auch die Anleitung ist spitze. Mit welchem Programm wurde die Anleitung geschrieben?

    • Danke. Ich habe die verschiedenen Teile in SolidWorks(3D-CAD) gebaut und zusammengefügt. Dann eine Zeichnung abgeleitet und diese als Illustrator Datei exportiert und im Illustrator weiter verarbeitet.

  11. DawnDeMar says:

    Love the look of this! And sooooo much cheaper for a functional & sculptural coat tree than others I’ve liked at places like CB2, etc. Well done!

    (& the manual is a nice touch – esp considering that IKEA hackers are familiar w/ following the illustrative instructions though others may find written directions a tad easier to follow.)

  12. Anonymous says:

    This is brilliant! And the manual even more so!!
    I really like the guy calling IKEA and they being clueless! haha!
    Congratulations! :D

  13. Thanks for the great feedback! It’s really great to hear this!

  14. Jose A says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE.

    Now somehow to convince Ikea to bring back to Frosta to the states. Maybe we can start a petition or something.

    Did I mention I love this?

  15. desertboi says:

    Yes, IKEA needs to bring the Frosta back to North America.

    Andreas, thanks for the PDF plans.

    I’m watching for used Frosta’s now…

  16. Anonymous says:

    that’s just amazing!

  17. Anonymous says:

    I see so many great hacks using Frosta.
    It is frustrating that we can’t get Frosta in the US.

    Andreas, your Frosta hacks are wonderful! I love the instructions!

  18. saltymom says:

    Andreas, you are super cool !
    I made one and I am loving it :)

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