Kristen Lubbe
Mar 16, 2011

The LACK series from IKEA is one of the most used and versatile pieces the company sells, a common sight amongst home entertainment and home office setups. It's also a piece of furniture that works great for mobile duty with the addition of wheels. It's a really easy DIY project and most people even take it a step further...

Semi-Home Made 'LACKured' Media Cabinet: This is one of our absolute favorite examples of a successful LACK on Wheels. Harris was originally inspired by Matt's LACK hack and we think this came out so great. We love the all over white and how the sliding doors are only on one side of the cabinet leaving the other side open.

Get The Look: Emily & Erick's Eclectic & Eccentric Tech: Instead of completely modifying the LACK cabinet, Emily and Erick simply added caster wheels. The shelves that come with the LACK cabinet are spaced far enough apart to fit most media and game consoles as well as books!

No LACK Of Creativity in Matt's Media Storage: This is what we consider to be one of the OG LACK On Wheels hacks. It has been featured all over the web and for good reason. Matt attached wheels to the bottom of the cabinet and also added sliding doors to the front to conceal any unsightly media consoles.

Instrument Rack: This DIY from Instructables user DrNutella is a great hack. You really only need two LACK tables and wheels to create this instrument/media rack. Sometimes we have tall tech that we just can't find a good place for.

What do you think of LACK on Wheels?

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