Children

cowboy

A cowboy’s nest

Published on June 28th, 2011 | by Jules Yap

Materials: KURA Bed Description: We wanted to make this plain bed more interesting for the boys. I have seen extreme makeovers USA, and wanted to do something big. I bought wood planks, measured up, and built... Read More


furniture

Lack and Lego side table

Published on June 28th, 2011 | by Jules Yap

Materials: Lack shelf, Lego bricks Description: I used Lego bricks around a wooden leg which I attached to a Lack free standing shelf with very small mounting triangles. I then attached a white wooden shelf as... Read More


Babord

Shoe racks into stone coffee table

Published on June 27th, 2011 | by Jules Yap

Materials: 2 Ikea Babord shoe racks, nails, zip ties, 6 slate tiles, plywood sheet, wood moulding, glue, grout, black paint Description: Having 2 unused $9.99 Ikea shoe racks (Babord) and no coffee table in my living... Read More


Children

racecarbed

Race Car bed

Published on June 27th, 2011 | by Jules Yap

Materials: Fjellse full size bed frame Description: My 3 year old son wanted a race car bed, but we needed at least a full size for his large bedroom. I also did not want a plastic... Read More


Children

Legotable

Lack LEGO Table

Published on June 25th, 2011 | by Jules Yap

Materials: LACK Side Table Description: My son has been asking for a LEGO table ever since he saw one at his dentist’s office. After searching for a reasonably priced LEGO table and not finding one, ... Read More


Lighting

ceilinglamp

Tallvik Ceiling Lamp

Published on June 25th, 2011 | by Jules Yap

Materials: a) 3 TALLVIK table lamps, nickel-plated (just the shades) b) 3 HEMMA Cord sets, color black c) 1 Aluminum rectangular tube Dimensions: Length: 100 cm Width: 6 cm Height: 2.5 cm d) 2 plastic end... Read More


Lighting

Hundreds and Thousands Regolit lamp

Published on June 25th, 2011 | by Jules Yap

Materials: REGOLIT lamp shade & HEMMA cord set, translucent paper, wallpaper paste Description: 1. Mix a small bowl of wallpaper paste, you won’t need much. 2. Cut out circles in different sizes from the translucent paper... Read More


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