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A Shelf Inspired by the Ropes in Boxing Rings. Cuerda is a new product from Emmanuel Gonzalez, a designer from Chile, who took inspiration from the ropes that you find surrounding a boxing ring.

A Shelf Inspired by the Ropes in Boxing Rings

The threaded, elastic cord pulls apart for easy access and then when released, it partially hides the contents. You can store books, knick knacks, or even speakers, because the cord won’t interfere with the sound. A Coffee Table that Transforms into a Dining Table. Spanish design studio OITO designed a table that performs double duty.

A Coffee Table that Transforms into a Dining Table

The M-Table offers a solution for those who live in smaller spaces as it easily adapts to become a coffee table or a dining table. The legs, with their rounded ends, pivot to lower or raise the table depending which position you want it in. Rotating Pie Chart Coffee Table. A table that looks like a pie chart isn't as good as a table that looks like a pie, but at least with Goncalo Campos' 4 Times coffee table I can hide my mama's O magazines and rosehip & baby's butt pot pourri when my friend Cornelius comes over to watch Game of Thrones, and she can hide my leftover sausage supreme calzone from 3 days ago that I haven't decided if I'm done eating yet when she hosts her Garden Club meeting.

Rotating Pie Chart Coffee Table

The segmented piece has a static, solid beech wood cover housing 4 color-coded trays that rotate to reveal only the tech/books/hobby/mood you're in at that moment. The 4 Times pie chart merry-go-round is made of steel and divided into lacquered Powder Blue, Grey Silk, Light Green, and Old Rose portions. The entire coffee table has a 32.5" diameter and stands 10.2" off the floor. Muchas danke to Gizmodo. Purchase Details: $1,600 from Polit » My dad is a carpenter, he made this for my sister. A tree bookshelf! hope you enjoy 9gag.

Vertical Garden Walls Add Life to Apartment Interior. This DIY Desk Saves Space, Folds Up Into a Wall Mirror When Not In Use. Build a Collapsible Workbench for Easy Storage Anywhere. TV Entertainment Unit for Electronics. Monitor Desk. Gonna work had to have one of these in my future house! Long Horn Deluxe Convertible Sofa. Hacker Help: Sofa with built-in storage shelves? Materials: unknown Description: I'm looking to hack or build a sofa sectional with built in storage shelves on the side arms all the way to the back of the sofa. I think this has extremely hacker potential, anyone have suggestions? Entrance Wardrobe. Landing Published on May 13th, 2014 | by Kevin Materials: Benno TV Board, EKBY HEMNES, Kallax 4×1, Kallax Insert with 2 drawers, Lekman, TJUSIG.

Entrance Wardrobe

DIY Canned Food Organizer Tutorial - Build your own! - I built this DIY Canned Food Organizer and it’s basically changed my life.

DIY Canned Food Organizer Tutorial - Build your own! -

Let’s start by saying, have you see my little kitchen? It’s totally tiny but does a fine job suiting our needs…mostly… One problem I’ve run into with a small space is storage space. I’ve had to get a little creative and maximize the empty space hiding in the room since we’re lacking a pantry. However, our kitchen had about a 6″ opening between our wall and the refrigerator. Organizer Spice Rack 20 Clip 10"D x 5"H by SPICESTOR, White Spice Racks - SDO-SSO20-10D5H. Clever ideas and hacks for your IKEA. Vynebar 8 Bottle Wall Mounted Wine Rack. Expedit Breakfast bar / Desk. Dining Published on August 16th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker Materials: One 2×4 EXPEDIT, One VIKA AMON 59″ Table, 6 of 1.5″ L-brackets Description: The goal for this project was originally to create a new computer desk for the apartment using the “Wall of EXPEDIT” hack.

Expedit Breakfast bar / Desk

Expedit Island. Expedit Published on June 9th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker Materials: Expedit 2×4 bookcase, Vika Amon table top, casters from hardware store, screws, anchors, drill/driver with bitsDescription: 1) Construct the bookcase according to instructions. 2) Turn case horizontally and add casters to whichever side you want to be the bottom.

Expedit Island

We used 2.5-inch casters, and put two locking ones on the long side. We used short drywall anchors to set the caster screws more securely, since the Expedit case is essentially hollow. 3) Carefully flip the whole piece over and mark where you want the top to sit. 4) Remove the Vika insert a short drywall anchor into each hole (make hole larger if necessary). The whole thing went together in less than two hours, cost around $140 including casters, screws and anchors, and is absolutely perfect for its intended use.

Kitchen cart with drop leaf extension. Dining Published on February 1st, 2013 | by Jules IKEAHacker Materials: FÖRHÖJA kitchen cart, EKBY TRYGGVE 47 7/8X11″ shelf, three 1 1/2″ hinges, left and right hinge supports, scrap wood Description: First the EKBY shelf was measured and cut to 39 3/8″ to match the cart length.

Kitchen cart with drop leaf extension

The cart top and the shelf are different thicknesses so scrap wood was used under the hinges on the shelf to even the height. Flip the cart over and attach the hinges near either end of the cart and shelf with the final hinge being placed in the center. Left and right hinge supports were attached to the outside of the cart legs and the bottom of the shelf.

. ~ Feifei and Josh The Author Jules IKEAHacker "I am Jules, the engine behind IKEAHackers and the one who keeps this site up and running. Expedit Rolling Kitchen Island. Expedit Published on January 2nd, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker Materials: EXPEDIT shelving unit, LAGAN countertop, BRANAS baskets.

Expedit Rolling Kitchen Island

3-in-1 Expedit Kitchen Counter. Expedit Published on March 24th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker Materials: Expedit Shelf, Vika Amon Table Top, Capita Legs Description: So my wife and I were setting up our first home, and it’s a small but beautiful white box of a place with a minimalist excuse of a kitchen along one wall of the living room.

3-in-1 Expedit Kitchen Counter

We figured we needed some sort of dining table, plus more kitchen counter space, space to work at our laptops, plus general storage… all without taking up precious living room space. IKEA Hackers Clever ideas and hacks for your IKEA. Desks Published on December 30th, 2013 | by indee We needed a new meeting table in our office…something we could stand next to and that gives us space to put some things in it. It also needed to be moveable and flexible to use. So we decided to do some kind of “Office-Island” on wheels. Breakfast bar/home office desk. Akurum Published on May 7th, 2013 | by Jules IKEAHacker Materials: AKURUM kitchen wall cabinet + LINNMON table top + cover panel Description: We needed a dining table and home office desk in a very small area.

Also needed storage space for office that wouldn’t look cluttered. Bought AKURUM kitchen WALL CABINET in the wood finish that matched existing furniture. If you want to install doors to hide the shelves, you WILL need legs or a base for it so that the bottom edge of the doors will be off the floor. We bought a “cover panel” from the selection of cabinet doors and cover panels that also matched the existing furniture – we glued that on the back side of the cabinet since that side normally mounts on the wall and is not “finished”. There are several finishes to choose from.

Cheers! It’s an Illuminated Bar. Bars. Hemnes Bar with hidden door slides. Bars. Expedit drinks bar: Inspired by another post. Expedit and Bosse: table/breakfast bar/workspace with storage. BESTA floating glass bar table. Bars. Expedit home bar: Add light and texture! The KVISSLE adjustable coffee table: Don’t you wish IKEA really made this? Gironde Extendible Table by Mediodesign. Barcelona-based designer and architect Juan Pablo Quintero designed a custom, extendable table for Mediodesign.

Focusing on geometry and functionality, the Gironde Extendible Table is built much like a house would be, with a structural system that ensures the stability of the design. The design is composed of four triangular pieces that are hidden below the central square tabletop that flip out for extra space.