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Published on June 23rd, 2014 | by Jenny Hultin


From daybeds to fence


Materials: 3 Meldal daybed frames

1) I took my daughter’s bed (IKEA Meldal daybed) and bought two more at second-hand.
2) I dug holes in the ground so they would fit the legs of the frames.
3) I chose to keep the bottom line straight and drilled through the plate so I could screw the parts together with each other in a straight line and put the legs in the holes.
4) Finally, I filled the holes with concrete.

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