Numerar desk

Published on July 4th, 2012 | by Contributor

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Solid oak desk for a designer





Solid oak desk for a designer

Materials: VIKA ANNEFORS, two VIKA ADILS table legs, NUMERÄR kitchen countertop, sized at 126cm x 62cm.

I just put up a blog on our website, about a desk that we hacked from Ikea parts. We’ve got a new employee starting with us soon, so I had to get another desk in.

Solid oak desk for a designer

Solid oak desk for a designer

See step by step instructions for the solid oak countertop workstation.

~ Kishen

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9 Responses to Solid oak desk for a designer

  1. Anonymous says:

    The items in this office pretty much prove you can’t buy taste.

    Bleugh!

  2. MacMama says:

    Nice, but whats the hack? You put table top on 2 table legs and on a cabinet that is supposed to be used as al table leg. Looks nice, but Ikea puts it in her brochure like this!

    • Anonymous says:

      the table top is actually a kitchen worktop. Ikea don’t put it in their brochure like this.

    • Anonymous says:

      really nice desk, i want to build one of those, but how did you get this a 126cm width, on the ikea website they only have either 186cm or 246cm width, which means i will have to cut it down myself, i hope for a reply, thanks………..

  3. Anonymous says:

    Inexpensive desk, expensive fans.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I didn’t even know Ikea sold real wood. This is really nice.

  5. mydecoreview says:

    Nice table. I especially liked the colors.

  6. Anonymous says:

    And I like the phone :)

  7. Anonymous says:

    This is awesome! I love the chairs in that office too- where are they from?

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