Hacks Zaun 1

Published on September 30th, 2013 | by Meike

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Ikea Noresund from the bed to the fence





Zaun 1

Materials: Noresund

Description: I wanted to have a new iron fence but were all too expensive so I had to come an idea and I found it in the Noresund beds. My husband has cut off the legs of the beds with a flex and then we bought only from the DIY post in gray, simple clamps with a hole which are attached to the beam and then attached to the tube of the bed frame with stainless steel screws. The posts can be used only with post shoes into the ground with quick concrete. You’ve got a nice fence of the head parts of Noresund beds. Men can also use the short leg parts. The rest, as the sides are landed at the scrapyard where we got a little dime for heavy scrap. I hope you like it.

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14 Responses to Ikea Noresund from the bed to the fence

  1. Anon10 says:

    Cool idea…looks good and unique. I hope you coated them with some type of all-weather protectant!?

  2. Duh says:

    I just had a similar idea the other day, and this is the first photo I’ve seen of anyone doing it! It looks fantastic – great job!

    How strong is the fence, compared to wrought iron? Is it sturdy?

  3. chris says:

    ikea hack of the year!

  4. Jackie says:

    Love this hack! One of the best I’ve seen! I’m curious as to how many beds you purchased and what the total project cost was.

  5. Mona says:

    Wow, that’s amazing. And gorgeous.

  6. Marlene says:

    I don’t see the Noresund line on the IKEA USA website, but a similar frame to the picture is priced at $99 for the frame. I too wonder how the cost compares. Perhaps being able to install yourself cut the price by not having professional labor.

  7. Annie says:

    Wonderful idea, but the photo is terrible. I’d love to see more photos of this project without the sun glare.

  8. AC says:

    I’m amazed that they fit perfectly. Did you have to trim them or did it just work out like that? I mean, it’s perfectly fit in the expanse, down to the inch. What are the odds?

  9. Mopfish says:

    The idea is absolutely stunning!
    But only using the Top op the Bed while throwing everything else in the gutter doesn’t make much sense to me. Moreover it might have been much more expensive than a regular fence – of course not as beautiful.
    Anyway – unfortunately “Noresund” isn’t available @ Ikea (Germany / Netherlands) anymore.

  10. Meike says:

    That’s not quite right from the rest so also fences were part of the foot and the rest so I have to scrap the heavy panels recyclers given and received because it’s even money Yes iron. You can get very cheap to buy the beds on eBay and eBay Classifieds, I have between 15,00-40,00 euro per bed paid and for that you get no iron fence. Love greetings

  11. Meike says:

    Thank you that you are all so great had replied to my idea I came to the page inside of Ikea Hackers no longer and now my postman, it spoke to me and was quite surprised that I was with my idea of even of the 10 best ideas from 2013, I am huge class because that was my first idea.

  12. Meike says:

    I have cut them just below the legs of my husband otherwise nothing has been made because away. We have always a fence used to and then the post and ran back then built a headboard.

  13. Meike says:

    He is as far as he will now slowly grey but I knew because I had previously been 3 Manger beds in the garden as a trellis, and so I knew how the iron behaves when weather

  14. BuddyB BuddyB says:

    This might get my vote! Brilliant idea!

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