Archives for the month of: December, 2012

So, I covered the mattress with a thick duvet to add a texture, securing it with the mattress protector. The mattress is very angular otherwise. I measured and made covers for the mattress and two large cushions for the back and one smaller for the side.

A cool sofa which can double as a bed if/when there is a festive overspill!

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I marked where to adjustheadboard and inserted the chipboard. I had also levelled the corners and also cut off the slanted parts of the bottom feet.

I first assmebled the bed/raw materials to see what needed to be done.

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So I had so much hassel with Ikea sofas and found a blog for people who upgrade Ikea furniture called Ikea Hackers. Anyway, I wanted to make a sofa after putting together the self assembly sofas. I knew that I would  make it better. So I ordered:

  1. One single Fjellse bed frame £25
  2. One Slatted base bas 90cm wide £15
  3. One Sultan Haruestua mattress 90x200cm £60
  4. Chipboard – offcut 35x88cm £2
  5. SKYDDA LÄTT Mattress protector £3
  6. Old quilt and quilting (I already had it)
  7. Cotton canvas furniture fabric (I already had it)
  8. I found the cushions in the Ikea Bargain Corner for £12 each. I modified the size.

Raw Bits

 

Tools:

  1. Saw
  2. Drill
  3. Staple gun.
  4. Sewing machine