Above shows the wood planks in down position. And below, voilà! A desk. Wheel it into storage when not in use.
Along similar lines, the hack below combined the IVAR cabinet and NORBO drop leaf table. Instead of installing the table to a wall, it is fixed to the cabinet. You won’t need the IVAR doors for this to work.
#3 Hack a narrow table
Moving away from fold down table ideas, you can also opt to hack a narrow table.
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