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Published on February 27th, 2014 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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LACKing legs





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Materials: Lack tables x 4; Grundtal spotlight set

I made a nice chunky piece of furniture to hold my deep set top box. I joined the Lack tables to make a cube with simple metal brackets – the chunky sides made it easy to get square.

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I drilled some holes to put pegs in for shelves. I drilled holes with a saw drill piece to sink the Grundtal spotlights into and screwed a piece of hardboard underneath each to stop them falling all the way through.

One day I will replace the spots with LEDs and drill more holes for my growing collection of glass. It makes a nice feature in a dark corner.

~ Hazel

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One Response to LACKing legs

  1. Mike says:

    Hey there, awesome project! What are those glowing glass orbs and where might I be able to purchase them?

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