Lamplig Hifi Rack - IKEA Hackers

Ikea hack using cutting boards. Could use aluminum rails like these guys or could use pipes for a rustic looking end table

Another great looking HIFI rack built from IKEA Lack side tables. So clean and professional.

Another great looking HIFI rack built from IKEA Lack side tables.

IKEA Hifi Rack from 3 LACK side tables

I built a hifi rack from Lack tables, Ekby Stödis bracket, Rill casters, Fixa screws,

IKEA Lack Hifi Rack

I built a hifi rack from Lack tables, Ekby Stödis bracket, Rill casters, Fixa screws,

Materials: - (6) IKEA Lack Side Tables - (10) Corner Brackets w/Screws - (12) 2×5/8in Mending Plates w/Screws - (4) Brass Hooded Ball Casters w/Plate - (1) Electric Compound Miter Saw - (1) Electric Screw Driver/Drill - (1) 1/8in Wood Drill Bit - (1) #2 Philips Driver Bit Description: I wanted a sturdy rack on [&hellip

Although audio-visual components are getting smaller and sleeker for most of us, there's still a segment of pro-sumer audio- and cinephiles who stay stocked with serious equipment

Materials: - (6) IKEA Lack Side Tables - (10) Corner Brackets w/Screws - (12) 2×5/8in Mending Plates w/Screws - (4) Brass Hooded Ball Casters w/Plate - (1) Electric Compound Miter Saw - (1) Electric Screw Driver/Drill - (1) 1/8in Wood Drill Bit - (1) #2 Philips Driver Bit Description: I wanted a sturdy rack on [&hellip

Although audio-visual components are getting smaller and sleeker for most of us, there's still a segment of pro-sumer audio- and cinephiles who stay stocked with serious equipment. All that gear isn't easy to store, but we may have found a solution that'l

Materials: 1x Rast Nightstand, a Saw  Description: I've always admired the Frosta Speaker Stand hack posted last year but the stools were discontinued a

13 DIY Speaker Stands Ideas to Produce More Qualified Voice

Materials: Rast Nightstand, a Saw Description: I've always admired the Frosta Speaker Stand hack posted last year but the stools were discontinued a

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