STORAGE FOR PUZZLES IN PROGRESS

15 June 2016

Ah, the glorious feeling of finding all the corner pieces. Or the stubborn piece that may or may not be lost. With this quick and easy puzzle storage idea that rolls under the sofa, you can skip thinking about where to keep your puzzle in progress and focus on the hunt!

An overhead view of a puzzle on a board that’s sticking out from under a sofa An overhead view of a puzzle on a board that’s sticking out from under a sofa An overhead view of a puzzle on a board that’s sticking out from under a sofa An overhead view of a puzzle on a board that’s sticking out from under a sofa An overhead view of a puzzle on a board that’s sticking out from under a sofa An overhead view of a puzzle on a board that’s sticking out from under a sofa An overhead view of a puzzle on a board that’s sticking out from under a sofa An overhead view of a puzzle on a board that’s sticking out from under a sofa An overhead view of a puzzle on a board that’s sticking out from under a sofa An overhead view of a puzzle on a board that’s sticking out from under a sofa An overhead view of a puzzle on a board that’s sticking out from under a sofa An overhead view of a puzzle on a board that’s sticking out from under a sofa
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Let’s Play for Change

From 20 November to 24 December for every children’s book and toy sold during the campaign period, the IKEA Foundation will make a donation of € 1 to projects in some of the poorest communities in the world, supporting children’s development and learning, equal participation, sports and of course – play.

Learn more about the Good Cause campaign

 

To make it, just screw four RILL castors onto a VEDDINGE kitchen front. Then roll it out of sight so you don’t have to pick up the pieces until you’re really done. This idea came from our Square Metre Challenge living/dining room (check it out here).

made by

Interior designer: Therese Ericsson
Digital designer: Cecilia Englund
Copywriter: Marissa Frayer
Photographer: Sandra Werud
Editor: Linda Harkell