RAST Bike Wall Mount

Published on July 18th, 2014 | by Pedro

Materials: RAST nightstand If you took the original item, turned it upside down and cut two open holes, one each side, then this would essential achieve the ‘design’ of this wall mounted bike rack with storage... Read More

Coffee table


Farmhouse Coffee Table

Published on July 18th, 2014 | by Heather

Materials: LACK black-brown coffee table I bought the LACK coffee table in black brown because it was cheap, let’s face it. A year after I purchased it, I was sick of it. But, it is a large... Read More

Work station


Pipe Table& Pipe Shelves

Published on July 18th, 2014 | by yellowbanana

What you need: From IKEA: IKEA Linnmon 4ftx2ft IKEA Lack 4ftx1ft 2units Others: Pipe table: 30ft 3/4″ GI pipe, elbow x8, tee x6, nipple x2 Pipe shelves: 12ft 3/4″ GI pipe, elbow x8, tee x... Read More



BILLY Bookcases transform into Murphy Bed

Published on July 17th, 2014 | by msilberberg

We live in Manhattan where space is a premium. We are fortunate to have a playroom that also needs to double as a guest room. Conventional Murphy beds didn’t quite fit into the space and they... Read More

Work station

Rob Cerrato Ikea Desk

Alex Numerar Desk

Published on July 17th, 2014 | by Rob Cerrato

Materials: ALEX Drawer unit, LERBERG Trestle, Numerar countertop A pretty simple desk “hack” for those who like a longer/wooden alternative to the standard Ikea desktop options. The nice part of this project is there is no... Read More


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Glass Fence from Glass Table Tops

Published on July 17th, 2014 | by Lars Albinsson

Materials: IKEA hardened glass table top We wanted a glass fence for our balcony, without paying a fortune. So I got a few IKEA hardened glass table tops. These are the same type of glass used... Read More

Hackers Help


Hackers Help: Taller MULIG Valet Stand?

Published on July 16th, 2014 | by Christina

I have a MULIG valet stand that I am basically using as a (semi) privacy screen in my somewhat non-private cubicle. The problem is it needs at about 4″ more to be effective. I thought that... Read More

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