Last year we made our Hyllis Ikea Hack and we love it to this day, so we decided to make “the sequel”.
This time we decided to fix up the Vittsjö from IKEA and had some wood cut down to size. Hubby made cuts in all the right places and the pieces came together and I then treated the wood with a stain, in antique oak and a dash of cherry.
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