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Hackers help: Summera Pull-Out Ironing board?

Photo: IKEA.com   Materials: SUMMERA pull out keyboard Question: This is not an actual hack but an idea that I have of converting the Summera pull out keyboard to a pull out ironing board by covering the board with batting and linen. This will be drilled under the Linnmon desk because this is what I was planning to use as a sewing table. I would be grateful if anyone can give their input or idea
GORM Vertical Artwork Storage Bin

Materials needed: Two GORM shelving units Additional GORM materials: four additional GORM shelves, purchased separately (buy as two 2-packs, for a total of 4 extra shelves). Two pieces of 2″ x 2″ x 63″ pine lumber (you may be able to find suitable scraps pieces in your local lumberyard or home improvement store). You will cut to 4 pieces, each measuring 26” long. Box of 1-1/4″ x #6 wood screws F
Sliding Galant Desk on a big Expedit Composition

The aim of this project is to have a big shelf with a sliding desk for having more space in the room when kids don’t study. You need: 2 Expedit shelving unit 2×2 boxes (801.352.98) 1 Expedit shelving unit 5×5 boxes (002.086.46) many Expedit drawers (for example 902.049.36) and doors (for example 001.982.04) 1 Besta rail for sliding doors 180cm (901.058.37) 1 Galant desk with T legs (chose the mod
Expedit turned Banquette Seat

Materials: Expedit, MDF Description: The back is a 4′x6′ piece of plywood, padded with 1″ thick foam and covered with batting. My indoor/outdoor canvas fabric measured 55in wide, which would have been fine if I wanted to run the pattern horizontally. Since I wanted to run the pattern vertically, I needed to cut 2 pieces of fabric to 4 1/2 feet long and sew them together at the selvages, being sur