RECYCLE AN OLD IKEA BILLY

Introduction: RECYCLE AN OLD IKEA BILLY

Here is my last arts and Craft project...I'm enjoying the result!

There is no need to cut anything from the original IKEA BILLY, just needles, a screwdriver, a measuring tape, a hammer and an idea!

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Step 1: From This Old IKEA Billy...

Step 2: ...to This NEW Forniture!

Step 3: How to Attach Te 90-degrees Shelves

Step 4: Is It Nice?

Step 5: Www.silviaminguzzi.com

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    4 Discussions

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    admin
    admin

    10 years ago

    This project looks awesome but there isn't enough documentation of you actually making it to be a full Instructable. There are two things which you could do. 1) If you happen to have images of you making your project you can create some more steps, add those additional photos into your Instructable and then republish your Instructable. 2) If you don't have any more pictures of you working on your project, that's ok too. That just means that your project is better suited to be submitted as a slideshow. Your images are already in your library, and you can use the same text that you have already written for your Instructable so it should only take a few minutes to create your slideshow and show the world what you made! Thanks for your submission and let me know if you have any questions along the way.

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    nagutron
    nagutron

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Agreed. This is an awesome idea, and a great end product. But you might consider putting a photo of the end product on the intro step so we can see what it is in the search results and wherever the instructable appears. It lacks some detail, too. Mainly, I'm wondering how you attached the 90-degree oriented shelves. What kind of hardware worked? Did the bottom or top of the shelving unit need to be finished, now that it is exposed as a side?

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    tehooper
    tehooper

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I have a billy and I'm pretty sure the underside of the bottom shelf is unfinished, which is most likely butting against the wall/door frame in the above photos to hide the unfinished side.

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    ladyfreak
    ladyfreak

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Hi nagutron, Thank you so much for visiting. I just added some picture about how I attached the 90-degrees shelves if you want to check it out S