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Published on July 9th, 2015 |

by Jules IKEAHacker










I made this in a couple of stages …

First – after planning my project out on paper

KALLAX high impact room divider | IKEA Hackers

I made the lower base from Hot Rolled Steel Tube – cut and welded in my Workshop – where I fabricate my Custom Steel Furniture I produce.

And then took it to my local PowderCoating Factory to have a Gloss White finish applied to “match” the appearance of IKEAs KALLAX (bye-bye EXPEDIT).

Here’s the first section all done after we just moved in!

KALLAX high impact room divider | IKEA Hackers

Following a brief time I completed PowderCoating the remaining middle support section to create room for my brother Aaron Kramer’s wire sculpture.

KALLAX high impact room divider | IKEA Hackers

KALLAX high impact room divider | IKEA Hackers

KALLAX high impact room divider | IKEA Hackers

I like the idea of the powerful impact that this hack makes to all who visit our “new” (in a Vintage building that was built in 1884) loft!

~ Randall Kramer (See my other IKEA Hacks on Flickr or click links below for full write-up)

The Twin Towers of Kallax









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Jules IKEAHacker

“I am Jules, the engine behind IKEAHackers and the one who keeps this site up and running. My mission is to capture all the wonderful, inspiring, clever hacks and ideas for our much loved IKEA items”.



































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Joseph Doyle is an active entrepreneur and life coach with a multi million property portfolio and advertising and marketing agency boosting large international brands. Contact Joseph at www.digilab.ie