Coffee table luckylack2

Published on May 20th, 2014 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Lucky Lack





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Materials: LACK side table

Remove legs, sand table-top, dust top, pick choice acrylic paint with primer, apply, order screw-in mid century legs on Etsy, allow dry and attach new legs.

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Watch bf marvel over nightstand conversion from LACKadaisical-to-Lucky-Lack.

~ Sherisse Steward

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Jules IKEAHacker

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3 Responses to Lucky Lack

  1. Lauren says:

    So you bought a $10 table, removed its original legs, sanded it and then refinished it. At that point, why not just get a piece of wood and make your own table out of something more sturdy than particle board?

  2. Cassandra says:

    Which vendor on Etsy did you use and what height are those legs? Thanks.

  3. bunny says:

    @lauren if you have an issue with particle board, maybe this is not the website for you

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