That I made it myself 🙂 I also love that it’s movable and it doubles as a night stand.
What was the hardest part about this hack?
Fitting in the lower shelf. If you have access to precision cutting tools they will definitely help.
Looking back, would you have done it differently?
I would have paid closer attention to masking out the frame corners before painting. Also the top surface isn’t super precisely fitted. I might try to adjust it in near future.
And other thoughts/ comments that you have received about the hack:
I think it could look nice just with top surface and without wheels. There is also enough space to fit one more level in the middle but it would require attaching with corner profiles or in some other way. If you don’t want to drill you can use strong tape or glue to attach the top surface. I wouldn’t risk it on the bottom as it has to carry the whole construction weight.
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