The Lack Table topped our list of most adaptable IKEA products under $10, but one thing it doesn’t offer on its own is any storage options. One potential solution to that problem? Merge it with another Lack table.At IKEA Hackers, Jay details a very simple fix: using superglue to attach the top of a second Lack table to the base of the first, creating an effective shelf. Jay used a no-longer-produced IKEA basket with feet to add internal storage, but you could get a similar effect with feet or castors from any hardware store. As well as giving you somewhere to put magazines, remotes or other couch-side essentials, that also raises the height of the Lack a little, which works better with some couches.
(un)Lack of height [IKEA Hackers]