Over at our FB group, Shaunna asked, “Has anyone used the EKET cube in bedrooms as side tables (or a nightstand)?” She posted the photo below as reference. Source: Unknown Yes, we definitely have done that. And so, let us show you a few popular ways to use the EKET cube as a nightstand. Let’s go! EKET cabinet | IKEA.com #1 Wall mounted EKET cube nightstand The first is to wall mount the cube next to the bed, as per the inspiration photo. IKEA also recommends it. Credit: IKEA.com If you find the cube too large for small bedside items, add a shelf across it. We have a hack for this. IKEA has also introduced drawers for the EKET. So that’s a nice option if you prefer closed storage. Credit: IKEA.com Since the EKET is a actually a LEGO system disguised as furniture, it opens up a lot of different combinations. Like so: Credit: IKEA.com Are we getting somewhere? Awesome. Let’s get to the next method. #2 With feet or wheels IKEA sells an underframe and metal legs to match the EKET range. You could also opt for casters to make a rolling cube nightstand. Credit: Apartment Therapy Or attach any other legs you fancy. Like this one with hairpin legs. #3 Double it up If the cube is too small, the EKET comes in a larger version. Like this by @mister_univers. Lovely with hairpin legs and a splash of paint on the drawer fronts. https://www.instagram.com/p/BfCAA9Sn03X/ #4 Drop down door Just a reorientation of the EKET cabinet with door and voilà, cute side table and cabinet. Linda & Louise painted the EKET and pasted vintage wallpaper on the cabinet front and insides. See more on Pretty Pegs. Credit: @jockeono via Pretty Pegs Have we got you excited? Here’s what you can do next. Explore the IKEA EKET range.Plan your EKET combo with the EKET Planner.Shop IKEA.com for your EKET unit.