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Published on April 29th, 2014 | by Kelly Torrez

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Bygel Utility Bar Cart





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What I used:

Ikea BYGEL Utility cart
2 Cans Krylon Metallic Gold Spray Paint

Directions:

Unbox utility card and sort pieces, set aside all metal (grey) bars, and screws to be spray painted. I would recommend painting these as individual pieces. Using the Krylon gold paint, spray all metal bars with 2-3 coats of a paint. I wanted a more metallic look, so I opted to purchase 2 cans. Only lightly spray screws, and be carefully not to strip paint during assembly. Once all pieces have dried, assemble and voila! a brand new bar cart for less than $40!

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One Response to Bygel Utility Bar Cart

  1. Mia says:

    If I ever find the utility cart at the ‘buy as it is’ section I will make this. Because this looks great and with much less hazzle then the expedit bar I was thinking of making.

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