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We hack, mod and repurpose IKEA furniture!
We hack, mod and repurpose IKEA furniture!

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Looks like I'm not the only one smitten by the new VADHOLMA kitchen island with rack. Daniel loved it so much he found a way to add the VADHOLMA rack to his old STENSTORP island. And it looks just as awesome.
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Carley and Aaron makes a huge desk out of IKEA kitchen components for their writing room / office. It's a beauty and the table top is to die for. <3 Check it out here:
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Make it easier for your little one to get up onto the couch. What I like about these DIY dog steps from Courtney is they can be made to match your sofa.
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Let's help Jacob figure out his L shaped desk. He bought 2 LINNMON table tops and wants to set them up as in the sketch. But he wants to keep the corner clear (remove leg in blue), since he'll have a monitor in the corner and want the free space. I think it's possible to do so and gave him a solution here > What about you? Any other ideas?
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The UBIK is a new ergonomic chair designed for the world’s most extreme sitters. While it sounds far out at first, the idea is a brilliant one. Read more about it here:
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Hillary had been looking for a solution to store her most frequently used sewing tools and “works in progress” in her sewing area. She found her solution in a pimped up SUNNERSTA cart. http://bit.ly/2PH1AVG
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If you're a cat owner (as-if you can ever own a cat) and you've been meaning to make a cozy corner for it, roll up your sleeves. You can complete this in an afternoon. Easy peasy.
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The first place to look for a hack is your stockpile. Leon found a few old GRUNDTAL glass shelves and voila! Out came this.
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Hackers Help: Colleen asks, "Can BROGRUND Wall Shelf rods be shortened like GRUNDTAL rods can -- by cutting the rods with a hacksaw to desired length, pushing the screw fitting from the cut end and reinserting back into the newly shortened rod? I need 18” and 21” shelves." I've not cut one up yet, so can't be sure. Anyone any idea?
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Just a few hours' work and Reem transformed an bargain item into a luxe side table.
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