Ikea Crib Hack

 Our very own Ikea Crib Hack is
complete, and I for one am over the moon with the end result
(…obviously, seeing as I don’t even have crib sheets to photograph it
with, but I couldn’t wait to snap some pictures and share this bad boy
via the world wide web.)   It’s constructed of Leksvik Rails and base,
custom built sides (2×4 framing, plywood shell, and organic non VOC
paint to finish it off) and a remnant in the same stain from Ikea’s
AS-IS department makes for the matching shelf below.    I couldn’t be
prouder.    Total cost?   Just pennies under $200 (not including the
11$ counter sinking drill bit that Scott insisted I mention, since he
said it wasn’t something most people would have, and was necessary to
complete the look of the crib, and blah blah blah some other stuff that
I was too busy admiring his handiwork to pay attention to.)    

Check out the entire process on my blog: the818.com


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