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Published on May 16th, 2013 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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2 x Frosta into a dress hanger





Materials: 2 Frosta stools, Blecka hooks, wood, jigsaw, drill, screws

Description: I was looking for a birch self standing dress hanger, but Ikea has unfortunately has little choice… so I decided to hack Frosta stool, inspired by previous hacks seen in this site.

I simply mounted inside-out the legs of the first stool, inserted and screwed a 140x4x4 cm wood stake; on the top of it I screwed the other four legs; I added 4 Blecka hooks; from the seat I cut 4 “slices” and mounted them as coat hangers….TA-DAAA!

~ Serena, Novara – Italy

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4 Responses to 2 x Frosta into a dress hanger

  1. Anonymous says:

    Very clever and very attractive. Frostas are so versatile, too bad we can’t get the stateside anymore.

  2. NonnyMus says:

    Ingenious!!

  3. Is the base wide enough? It looks like one heavy coat could flip it over.

    • Anonymous says:

      I tested it with 3 winter coats and had no problem. I decided to screw the round base below the bottom legs to add stability, because I had the same fear. This trick helps lowering baricenter and gives stability to the whole construction. Serena

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