Hacks 2013-07-25_16-55-01_260-1-782568

Published on August 7th, 2013 | by Jules Yap


Hacking a sad white EXPEDIT with PALLETS!


Materials: EXPEDIT and DIODER

Description: Hey guys! Here’s my latest work, the base is (again) a sad white IKEA’s Expedit cabinet hacked with pallets.

I’ve suspended it, drilled and cut in different points to hide wires and added a colored IKEA’s LED stripe to get an even cooler look!

Due to its irregular surface to keep it clean I’ve topped it with a 6 mm thick laser cut PVC cover sheet that works just fine for what I had in my mind, it shows perfectly what’s below it and add value to its shades.


I’ve had so much fun with this project beside the boring part of dismantling and cleaning the pallets from which it’s made of ;-)


Riccardo Tamiazzo from Italy

~ Riccardo Tamiazzo, Padova, Italy


Applaro Application
Change table into 2 useful tables for growing kids

The Author

Jules Yap

"I am Jules, the engine behind IKEAHackers and the one who keeps this site up and running. My mission is to capture all the wonderful, inspiring, clever hacks and ideas for our much loved IKEA items".

5 Responses to Hacking a sad white EXPEDIT with PALLETS!

  1. Joel says:

    Quick question — how did you affix the pallet wood to the hollow particleboard frame of the expedit? I’ve been thinking about re-veneering some ikea furniture myself and one thought is rather than sand & glue, just screwing thin stock on the outside.

  2. Cat cat says:

    It is absolutely gorgeous.

  3. Ellen says:

    Really amazing! Love it!

  4. Zarah says:

    This is absolutely amazing! Love the look!

  5. None says:

    Omg, this looks great. THX for sharing.

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