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    Love love love expedition. I have the Bunnings 4 x 2 version and MIL has the ikea real deal. The difference is that the ikea one do not have screws etc on the main flat panels where as the bunnings ones do. You have to put small cap type things over the holes. I personally will be going for the ikea ones next time purely for that reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    We have 4! One in the kid's room (not taking a pic of that its like a bombsite!) 2 in the study and one single one in the lounge used as a bench seat/toy storage

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    If you google ikea hacks you'll find specialist ikea hackers that re work ikea furniture. There are some amazing hacks for almost every ikea item...

    Here's some awesome expedit hacks..

    http://pinterest.com/diamia8/ikea-expedit-hacks/


    Here's a list of the best hacks from 2007-2012..

    http://www.lifehacker.com.au/2013/05...cks-2006-2012/

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    That french farmhouse library is stunning.

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    Fearless Leader you are a genius. Hidden toy storage AND a great spot for my wine.

    Excuse the upside down pig.
    So wish I could do this but my lounge room isn't deep enough - we would be sitting on top of the tv if I moved the couch off the wall.

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    We have 2 2x4 ones in DS1' s room for his toys. They aren't ikea ones but are the same idea. We have fabric boxes from officeworks in them with all of his toys seperated into them. We love it! His toys get used a lot more now.

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    I also use the ikea trofast plastic boxes in mine.

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    Thank lovely Ikea addicts! So excited, they're building an Ikea 15 mins down the road from me as we speak!!

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    I have a 4 x 4 in the girls' room. I'll post a pic tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny Lover View Post
    Thank lovely Ikea addicts! So excited, they're building an Ikea 15 mins down the road from me as we speak!!
    Lucky thing. So jealous!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummyJenn View Post
    Lucky thing. So jealous!!!
    I used to travel to the Rhodes one and wonder how to get things such a distance home but now I can borrow my dads ute

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    Anyone know if it's worth going to Tempe over Rhodes store? I've heard it's bigger but is it better?

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    Tempe is soooo much better then Rhodes. It's huge, stocks way more and the parking is so much better and loading zones etc.


 

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