Sean Coyne's Ikea Hacked Home Theater Coffee Table

Sean Coyne's Ikea Hacked Home Theater Coffee Table

Rachel Atwood
Jul 28, 2011

Home Theater systems can cause unwanted clutter if you just leave the keyboard and mouse sitting around. With just an Expedit Coffee Table and the Alera Underdesk Keyboard/Mouse shelf from Ikea, Sean Coyne created this simple but effective home theater companion.

What's great about this Ikea Hack is that you only need two things that are less than $30.

This hack was really simple, only two products needed and a screwdriver. I simply put together the Expedit Coffee Table as the instructions state (but didn't put the glass plate on yet), flipped it over and installed a keyboard slider tray. The tray is really made to be put under a desk, but I wanted sliding storage for my remote and my keyboard.

Read more at IKEA Hackers.

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