This cant be qualified as an IKEA-hack, however, this resembles an IKEA product and it is made out of another.
Basically I was in need of a storage shelf underneath my bathroom sink since the available area in between pipes and similar bathroom-stuff was sort of a nook.
IKEA has a great bathroom styled shelf named MOLGER (which my mom have) and this product have been the modell for this build.
The problem with MOLGER for this specific application is the size, it measures 370x370 which is way to big.
I wanted to use another IKEA product (that now seams expired) as material to my build. This was a countertop of laminated oak. This also turned into a test project to try out my new circular saw and my Kreg K4 jig. (So happy!)
This is my final sketch with measurements. The two shelves have the same depth but different widths and heights.
This is a visualization to figure out if the countertop wood would be enough for all shelf parts. And then I started ripping;
And then there was a lot of clamping to make the pocket hole screws work.
Here we have a close up on the pocket holes.
I used an adhesive..
..that worked pretty good if you let it fix for 10 hours or so. Not 10 seconds as the description stated.
This is the final result! It’s a tad crooked, but overall I am pleased!