The purpose of this project is to build some cheap, light and removable panels to hide a messy bookshelf or use as a door.
This instructable can also be used to build a paint from a good designed fabric

NEW: I published the instructable of the whole attic

Step 1: Materials

  • Meter
  • White or transparent Silicone glue
  • 'U' shaped aluminium bars
  • White alveolar polypropyllene (plexiglass)
  • Cutter and scissors
  • ikea fabric (it's very cheap! about 4 euros for square meter)
  • staples gun (manual)
  • tape

<p>This is really great. I try to keep my bookshelves clean and chic, but I have some where the books are just overflowing and this will be perfect for them. Thank you!</p>
Thanks for sharing this. We've been wanting to find some good <a href="http://www.helpmerhondas.com/en/" rel="nofollow">interior decorators</a> but now I think I would like to do it myself. Thanks for the inspiration.
<a href="http://ikeahacker.blogspot.com/2010/04/billy-morebo-for-toilet.html" rel="nofollow">ikeahacker.blogspot.com/2010/04/billy-morebo-for-toilet.html</a> remembers my project<br />
lovely idea great Instructable
Thanks pro!<br />
hey schamaroochie ;0) I go to Ikea about four times a year.&nbsp; If you let me know what fabric you would like, i can ship it to you.
I crave these fabrics.&nbsp; Now I have to hire a car to get all the way across the bay just to get to an IKEA!&nbsp; They won't sell it online!&nbsp; (yes, I&nbsp;checked)&nbsp; Great inspiration.<br />

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