Hemnes

Published on October 18th, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Built In Ikea Hemnes Hack





Materials: Hemnes and Besta systems

Description: 1.First built up stands for the bookcases to sit on top.
2.Then place bookcase on top and anchored to the wall.
3. Placed extensions on top of bookshelves.
4. Placed Hemnes TV Table in middle and Hemnes Bridge anchored to wall.
5. To finish added flat base across the bottom then base board. Between the extension and bookcase added a base board. Top finished with crown molding. Added some quarter round on sides in the middle where TV sits and inside of the bridge.

~ Sherri B

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9 Responses to Built In Ikea Hemnes Hack

  1. Anonymous says:

    Very nice job! Doesn’t look “built in” though, more like a custom entertainment center?

  2. Nik Louch says:

    That is in no way, shape or form “built in”. What do you feel it is “built into”? Looks nice tho…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Looks great. I would paint the wall behind the TV white to match the unit and add a shelf above the TV to fill the awkward looking space.

  4. any chance you can post exact model numbers,can ‘t seem to find same pieces just searching HEMNES or BESTA

  5. Anonymous says:

    this is not HEMNES it’s LIATORP…

  6. Georgine says:

    Do you happen to know the total length? Looks great!

  7. Catherine says:

    Hi, I really love what you’ve done with this unit! I just wondered what paint you used for the crown moulding? I’m doing something similar but there are so many different shades of white!!

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