Room Divider before-after

Published on December 7th, 2015 | by ktching

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Multi-purpose Wooden Partition from STOLMEN and LADE





room divider

We wanted a stabilising structure as the backing for our wardrobe. The Ikea’s Mandal headboard appeared to be the first choice. However, it had been phased out from our local stores. So we decided to build one from scratch. Happy with the end result. Even happier considering the total costs versus if we were to get the Mandal. Read more about the steps here

Tools:
1. Jigsaw
2. Screwdrivers

Items:
1. Stolmen post 2x ($118)
2. Stolmen brackets 8x ($20)
3. Sultan Lade 4x ($80)
4. Long wood 4x ($10)
5. L-brackets ($4)
6. Screws ($15)
7. Bolts and Nuts ($2)

TOTAL COSTS = S$249

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One Response to Multi-purpose Wooden Partition from STOLMEN and LADE

  1. akinola says:

    This is the first time am hearing about Ikea’s Mandal headboard but is beautiful.

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