Super compact shoe storage using GRUNDTAL

Published on September 19th, 2014 | by Ulf Benjaminsson

Materials: GRUNDTAL rail, GRUNDTAL S-hook GRUNDTAL is great for unloading your kitchen drawers by moving various bits-and-bobs to the walls. I have a freakishly small kitchen / entrance to my apartment, and needed shoe storage that... Read More



How to tuft/button your cushions

Published on September 19th, 2014 | by oheverythinghandmade

Hi guys! I wanted to share a super easy DIY project that I did on our Ikea Karlstad Sectional this past weekend. And by easy, I mean it took me about 20 minutes to complete the project, but... Read More


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Movable Expedit Standing Desk with Storage

Published on September 18th, 2014 | by Purvin

Materials: Expedit 5×5 Bookshelf, Expedit cabinets and drawers, Expedit Casters (4 sets), Frosted glass panel I saw this hack on a website previously about small space living and added a few touches of my own. Link... Read More



New Kura bed tent

Published on September 18th, 2014 | by Juliana

Materials: Green Kura bed tent My daughter didn’t enjoyed the original green Kura bed tent because she couldn’t see anything when she was on the bed. I came up with the idea of using one crochet... Read More

Monitor & Laptop Stands


Baby SELJE monitor stand

Published on September 18th, 2014 | by jonozila

Materials: SELJE night stand Tools: Screw driver Steel Hack Saw Metal File Step ONE Pop off the white feeties pads and save them. We will be putting them back on. Step TWO Using the Steel Hack... Read More



The making of a wall garden

Published on September 17th, 2014 | by tissy999

Hi everybody! I’d like to show my first hack, a simple but beautiful wall garden. Materials 6 Socker plant pots (recycled or not) 4 Bestaende cutlery stands 2 Grundtal rails 1 Grundtal hanger 1 old Ikea shelf... Read More



Work Light for lathe or other bench tools

Published on September 17th, 2014 | by Bryan

Materials: JANSJÖ I needed a small work light for my hobby lathe. Most of the work lights I found were extremely overpriced, used halogen lights that burn my fingers, and are way two bright for a... Read More

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