Bathroom Shelving Unit with IKEA LACK and Kee Klamps

We made a floating bathroom shelving unit from Kee Klamp fittings and LACK, the popular IKEA floating shelves.

Floating Bathroom Shelving Unit with industrial vibeMaterials for bathroom shelving unit:

Kee Klamp fittings look like a great alternative to STOLMEN posts, especially if you don’t want post that go all the way to the ceiling.
Floating Bathroom Shelving Unit with industrial vibe
Floating Bathroom Shelving Unit with industrial vibe

See the full tutorial for the LACK + Kee Klamp bathroom shelving unit here.

~ Chris Pollock, Rochester, NY

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