Billy Bookcase Door Hack (DIY Project Download)

Discover thousands of images about Billy Bookcase Hack on Pinterest, a visual bookmarking tool that helps you discover and save creative ideas. BILLY bookcases with GRYTNS glass doors IKEA Hackers ikea ideas home hacks. Discover thousands of images about Billy Bookcase Hack on Pinterest, a visual bookmarking tool that helps you discover and save creative ideas. BILLY bookcases with GRYTNS glass doors IKEA Hackers Lovely Living_Rooms Ideas. We were looking for mid-height bookcases with glass doors for our living room, at a reasonable price. Turned out that the GRYTN S kitchen doors might fit. Am off to steal your idea! Like Reply 2 Aug 21, 2015 5:42am. Annie Zafraka.

billy bookcase door hack 2Here’s an idea to give the BILLY OXBERG doors a bit of style when you’re tired of seeing of the clutter behind the glass doors. Styling the IKEA Billy Bookcases Oxberg Glass Doors. To submit your own hack, please click here. I spent a day assembling the three narrow bookcases and two cabinets (minus the glass doors) by myself, and set them in place. I can tell you these are solid wood everywhere except the back panel which is why we went for Hemnes over something like Billy. To pull off this easy hack from Triple Max Tons, all you need is a LACK coffee table and tapered legs from eBay (if the legs don’t come with top plates, you can buy straight or angled as they are in this hack at Loews). This ambitious DIYer used a BILLY bookshelf (with substantial additions) to build an IKEA arcade game. Consider building this food station out of a FAKTUM kitchen cabinet, HARLIG door, and PATRULL cabinet lock.

How to make your IKEA Billy bookcase look expensive. There are a lot of hacks out there, but this makeover by newbie Theodore Leaf made us do a double take. Looks too wide / tall to ever fit out the door again? Ikea Billy Bookcase hack with sliding library ladder. I’m sure you all have seen Billy Bookcase hacks before on Pinterest. The little gray things Scott is screwing in are the mechanism to push the door open with.

Styling The Ikea Billy Bookcases Oxberg Glass Doors

billy bookcase door hack 3I have a room in our home that I haven’t shared much on the blog. It serves as our guest room, library, and Matt’s office all in one. I’ve never been happy with this room, so I’ve just chosen to close the door and ignore it. There are some wonderful projects out there of built in Billy bookcase ideas, taking Billy bookcases from Ikea and creating a built-in bookcase look, using moldings and trims. And don’t forget the house that Layla and Kevin made over a couple years ago, with Billy bookcases on either side of French doors. IKEA Billy Bookcase Hack – With Pretty Trim. But you can get the idea. I used this door trim kit from The Home Depot to trim out the edges. This particular one is the plastic kind, not the real wood where you’d use to trim out a door. Some Billy bookcases and a Flellse bed were hacked to make Murphy bed. Ike Hack Kitchen Island Project with Billy bookshelves and butcher block-www.goldenboysandme. Wow! We purchased 3 Billy bookcases (two 31x40inch bookcases and 1 15x40inch bookcase) and 2 doors from Ikea. I like to keep clutter out of sight, so I opted for 8 x Billy Olsbo doors to cover up the bottom shelves.

Ikea Hack: Billy Built-in Bookshelves (part 1)

Yes, these are actually meant to go on the bottom of doors but we simply flipped them upside down and they worked perfectly. We can’t resist a good IKEA hack. Of course these pieces are lovely on their own, but this year a few intrepid DIYers managed to take a few basics to the next level. To see all the awesome IKEA hacks, visit our friends at Apartment Therapy. How to Build a Hidden Pivot Bookcase Door – Includes Easy to Follow Illustrations and Instructions. What a Great Idea! After 5 years looking at our Billy bookcase, I decided to re-design it and organise my living room. This article was first feature on ikeahackers. I wasn’t sure how this would work out nor the colour, so we sprayed the inside of the door to try it out.

Because of the height of our baseboards, we had to raise up the bookshelf with some plywood to get the level of the top of the bottom shelf to match the height of the baseboard on the wall. We also installed one of the doors at this point to make sure the whole unit was raised high enough so the door could open and close without scraping on the baseboard when it had been reinstalled.