IKEA has been designing and selling ready-to-assemble furniture for decades. The company operates 460 stores in his 62 markets and “aims to offer a wide range of well-designed, functional home products that are affordable and affordable for as many people as possible. I’m here. “
And it is successful. Every year, IKEA Over 680 million customers Sales in fiscal year 2022 will reach €39.5 billion (or US$41.8 billion). However, with about 10,000 products, some clients are wondering if they can get the most out of them. retailer supply.
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Put them together in 4 rows and secure each row to a 5x1m plastic garden fence. Everything was then fixed to 8 shower rods. I used green metal thread for fixing. The shower rod had to be 2-3 cm wider than the space so it could hold up.
I am what is known as an AFOL (Adult Fan of LEGO) and came up with the IKEA LEGO minifigure hack.
*Screw in 2 x IKEA Gnedby DVD/CD units (often cheap on Gumtree because people throw away DVD/CDs).
* 1 x IKEA Oxberg glass door
* Molding (using Bunnings 42x11x275 Primed Wood Length)
* Finished with a 3×20 LEGO plate (cut from a 32×32 baseplate).
Now you have dust-free LEGO minifigure display/storage!
I have a 3rd Gnedby that was broken and was able to salvage the shelves so the number of shelves shown in my photo is more than it would have been with just 2 (2 For pedestals, just leave some space between the shelves). further away)
The door wasn’t pre-drilled so I had to drill a hole in the door. I used holes in Billy’s bookshelf as a guide for where to place them.
Each stand can hold about 25 minifigures (more if you space them closer together), but the doors on each side get in the way a bit, so I put 20 on most shelves. If there was a theme with more than 20 minifigures of his, I put the ones I didn’t really like in the hard-to-see rows.
It used to be a garbage dump…
SMÅSTAD / PLATSA wardrobe, KALLAX cube, BERGSHULT shelf with GRANHULT brackets, all white but painted dark blue After Midnight French paint.
A KARTOTEK hook is screwed into the pallet wood.
All IKEA baskets and fake leaves.
TV benches from different brands. Covered in pallet wood, stained and waxed for maximum protection.
Makes a big difference to the entrance and we love it
…. After a lot of research, IKEA seemed to have the best price quality among these wall squares (easy to hang)…. laying them in the store If you see it there, say, “Hmm, that doesn’t look good.” Fortunately, they hung an example nearby and it already looked much better there…
I purchased some additional fake plants. I cut them out and glued them in between to make them more dense and to camouflage the sides.
ETA: The table is called Norberg. Alex is the name of the drawer that holds all the Lego (not pictured).