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It’s no secret that I think nailhead trim adds a little decorative oomph anywhere you place it, and this modern side table is no exception. It looks rather glam, doesn’t it? Would you guess that this was a clever IKEA Hackers project? Because I sure wouldn’t!

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Erin Corcoran took two Lack tables, assembled them to match the form she wanted (with a solid base), and then added the nailhead strips. Total cost? $32! Visit IKEA Hackers to see more photos, and find out how to create this jaw-dropping look without dropping a lot of loot.

8 Responses

  1. Kayla@HGTV says:

    This is so chic! I've been looking for side table ideas for months. $64 for both is a very nice price tag!

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  3. MaryPA says:

    I'm into IKEA you can let the imagination run wild. I have a big job ahead, been to the showroom.:D Love the idea. I'm thinkin this will make an exceptional X-Mas gift for the college gal. Wait I'm not that cheap;)

  4. Terri1 says:

    A little oomph? I think nailhead hardware adds a lot, decorative class that accentuates, like a womens face with makeup! The outline features stand out.

  5. Lockstone driveway says:

    i was thinking to make my home and need best construction experienced persons and thanks GOD i find you .

  6. karen says:

    how do you get the nailheads straight is you dont use trim nailheads but individual nailheads

  7. Brownley says:

    Liberty offers a great online MFT program with just a few on campus intensives.

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