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How to Give Your IKEA Lack Table a High-End Look on a Budget!

CEO Khai Intela
Time needed: 3 hours Are you tired of looking at your plain and boring IKEA Lack table? Well, we have the perfect solution for you! In just a few hours, you can give your table...

Time needed: 3 hours

Are you tired of looking at your plain and boring IKEA Lack table? Well, we have the perfect solution for you! In just a few hours, you can give your table a high-end look that will wow your guests. Plus, it won't break the bank! So, let's get started on this exciting Lack hack!

Step 1: Paint your table

The first step is to paint your Lack table. This is where the magic begins! Choose a color that complements your decor and gives it a fresh new look. If you need some guidance on how to paint laminate furniture, we have you covered. Check out our important tips here.

Painting the Lack table OMG, this is hands down the best Ikea Lack hack I have seen! I assumed it would be hard to get all those pieces of wood attached to the inside, but this method looks SO EASY. Totally doing this the next time I can get to Ikea!

Step 2: Prepare your wood mosaic tile

Next, you'll need to prepare the wood mosaic tile that will give your Lack table a luxurious touch. Using a table saw, cut one piece of the tile to fit the left edge of your table. Don't worry if you don't have a table saw, you can also use a circular saw, a straight edge, or even a hand saw. Just remember to always prioritize safety and use the necessary protective equipment!

Preparing the wood mosaic tile OMG, this is hands down the best Ikea Lack hack I have seen! I assumed it would be hard to get all those pieces of wood attached to the inside, but this method looks SO EASY. Totally doing this the next time I can get to Ikea!

Step 3: Dry fit your tiles

It's time to start dry-fitting the wood tiles onto the bottom shelf of your table. Begin by placing the large wood squares from left to right. When you reach the right edge, measure and trim the final piece to fit perfectly. Don't worry if the depth of your table is larger than the size of the tiles; you can easily cut them to fit using a utility knife. However, don't glue anything into place just yet!

Dry fitting the tiles OMG, this is hands down the best Ikea Lack hack I have seen! I assumed it would be hard to get all those pieces of wood attached to the inside, but this method looks SO EASY. Totally doing this the next time I can get to Ikea!

Step 4: Dry fit the side pieces

Now, let's move on to the sides of the shelf. Carefully peel off individual pieces of wood from the webbed backing and start fitting them onto the sides. This step may take a bit more time, as each piece needs to be a different length to fit perfectly with the bottom tiles. Think of it as a fun game of Tetris! Put on some music or an audiobook to keep you entertained while you work through this step.

Dry fitting the side pieces OMG, this is hands down the best Ikea Lack hack I have seen! I assumed it would be hard to get all those pieces of wood attached to the inside, but this method looks SO EASY. Totally doing this the next time I can get to Ikea!

Step 5: Glue the side pieces into place

Once the bottom of your table is dry-fitted with the wood tiles and the sides are ready, it's time to secure everything in place. Apply a small amount of Dap Rapid Fuse Wood Adhesive to each strip of wood on the sides and use clamps to hold the pieces in place. Allow the adhesive to fully cure before moving on to the next piece. If clamps are not feasible for some areas, you can hold the pieces in place with a little pressure for about 10 seconds. Repeat this process for both sides.

Gluing the side pieces OMG, this is hands down the best Ikea Lack hack I have seen! I assumed it would be hard to get all those pieces of wood attached to the inside, but this method looks SO EASY. Totally doing this the next time I can get to Ikea!

Step 6: Glue the bottom tiles in place

Now that the side pieces are secured, it's time to glue the bottom tiles into place. The side pieces will prevent the bottom sheets of wood from shifting, so you only need to glue down the edges. Lift up the edges and apply a small amount of Dap Rapid Fuse Wood Adhesive along the bottom edges of the shelf. Then, clamp them into place while they cure.

Gluing the bottom tiles OMG, this is hands down the best Ikea Lack hack I have seen! I assumed it would be hard to get all those pieces of wood attached to the inside, but this method looks SO EASY. Totally doing this the next time I can get to Ikea!

And just like that, you have transformed your plain IKEA Lack table into an exquisite piece of furniture that will impress everyone who sees it. This hack is not only affordable but also a fun project that allows you to unleash your creativity. So why wait? Grab your paintbrush and get ready to give your Lack table a high-end look on a dime!

*Note: The original article and images are sourced from here.

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