I made a computer desk from my son’s old IKEA GULLIVER crib (with IKEA mattress for that crib).
IKEA items used:
- GULLIVER crib
- LINNMON table top
GULLIVER | IKEA.com
Crib to computer desk conversion
Basically the stand of the desk is the crib. I made it according to original IKEA instructions, leaving out the front wall.
Then I added an IKEA LINNMON table on top. There are no any other parts used. If you wish for more stability, secure the table top to the crib frame with L-brackets.
And it looks beautiful!
I’m a short girl, I put my legs on the mattress. There is enough space for my legs and it’s very cozy.
For somebody taller, it might be a problem. In that case, remove the mattress and base.
Another great thing (and function) of this set up is that my kid puts his toys there. It’s a little play house for him.
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