We put up our first Lack Shelf last weekend in our entryway. It's one of those basic pieces that shows up everywhere: bedrooms, bathrooms, living rooms, and landing strips. We can't believe we never bought one before, which got us thinking about all the different uses for this uber-ubiquitous shelf. We put together a list (complete with photos) of twelve ways to use the Lack in your home...
Use it in an alcove to create a built-in look. Image via IKEA Australia
- Hang it low in a closet or entryway and use it for shoe storage.
- Make a media console and hang your flatscreen TV over it.
- Create a floating bar.
(Re-Edited from 2007.11.28 - CB)