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Years ago, we bought a "Sniglar" Ikea changing table (photo in the next step). The frame was made of very nice beech wood bars, so, when our babies be...
For the frame: the Sniglar Ikea changing table. Or two large drawers. Hard wood bars will do it too. For the shelves: One plate of plastic,...
Good preparation and planning is the key to success! On my fav vector drawing software, I designed the shelves by drawing their cross section. So I c...
The sides are two black plastic plates (3 mm thick) fitted on the inner side of the frames. Their role is to hold the shelves, and to give a uniform o...
Each shelf consists of: One black plastic plate (3 mm thick) For the front edge, one L-profiled wood bar For the back edge (and acting as...
The original table was tightened by screws crossing the legs. Because we no longer use the legs, it was necessary to pre-drill holes for new screws. ...
All wooden parts left natural have been oiled with linseed oil. The back board got two layers of black spray paint on the inner side.
After dismounting the frames, I taped the two long sides meant to get the hinges. The position of the holes were carefully drawn. With a special dri...
Positions have to be determined in order to get a very slight tension (but not too much!) when the latches are closed.
Time to place the sides and the shelves into the frame, and close the back frame with screws. Then, the glass plate is carefully washed and inserted ...
Each shelf (except the bottom one) and the top part of the frame are getting a LED band on their bottom side. The LED bands that I found consist of ...
Time to show off both the display case, and the collection!
The four legs of the former changing table are remaining unused (but there is an idea for an upcoming project).
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