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Unread postby jsantafe » Mon May 16, 2016 4:32 am  

I found this on IKEA yesterday. It's really easy to put a deck in it, just tricky to center but it holds with pressure from the back part. No need for glue or other materials. A white piece of paper and that's it. Easy to change too and, as expected from IKEA, very cheap.

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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby pablo19 » Mon May 16, 2016 8:07 am  

Hi jsantafe!
Looks great! I have a question about this type of storage and the type of storage were decks are put together in a box. Does it not affect the embossing of the tuck cases? Also could you post a link to the frames or their name? Thanks!! :D
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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby montecarlojoe » Wed May 18, 2016 6:44 am  

It's from the Mossebo range

http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/10303285/

There are larger ones so you could probably fit several in a frame too... (though I haven't run the measurements!)
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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby jsantafe » Wed May 18, 2016 8:49 am  

Sorry, Pablo, and thanks, Joe!

That's the one, just 2,99€: http://www.ikea.com/es/es/catalog/produ ... #/10303285

The pressure is not too much, so it won't affect the embossing or the box.

Careful, not to mistake it with this RIBBA frame: http://www.ikea.com/es/es/catalog/products/50270787/

It's cheaper and similar but won't allow to leave room to put the whole deck inside, as you can't set the back on the bottom of the frame.
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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby montecarlojoe » Wed May 18, 2016 10:32 am  

The Mossebo comes in a whopping 91cm x 61cm size. With a bit of pvc foam carefully cut to support the decks you could mount 72 evenly spaced decks in that...

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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby jsantafe » Wed May 18, 2016 12:45 pm  

Good idea but how much weight will it support? 7kg? Not likely!
Maybe more foam less decks. Negative space!
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Re: IKEA frames (wap)

Unread postby montecarlojoe » Wed May 18, 2016 1:54 pm  

The frame would be fine I think but you're right - the mounting hooks on these tend to be pretty flimsy so that bares some thinking about...
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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby jsantafe » Wed May 18, 2016 3:12 pm  

I won't be visiting IKEA soon, but will love to see any progress or ideas you might make!
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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby pablo19 » Thu May 19, 2016 5:05 am  

Thanks to both of you I will definately pick some of these bad boys up next time I go to Ikea! Also, I'd love to see that project!
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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby Sunz » Mon May 23, 2016 12:35 pm  

That was a great idea! Imma check Ikea now! aahah

It doesn't shows the back tho :S
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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby jsantafe » Mon May 23, 2016 2:04 pm  

Hahaha! That's the problem with walls, there not transparent!
Unless you go for carat cases and don't hang it, there's no perfect solution for displaying your decks. And carats are way more expensive!
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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby maxs » Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:40 am  

Here are my IKEA storage/frame solutions.
The frames are called RIBBA and I had to do quite some modification to make them work.

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The storage is actually a wardrobe called PAX and I use the KOMPLEMENT pull-out tray for storing my cards.

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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby dazzleguts » Sat Apr 22, 2017 12:30 am  

Love the PAX wardrobe with slide out trays. Looks like the trays could be placed closer together and the cards laid flat instead of on their sides. Wouldn't hold as much but would look great. Next best thing to map drawers perhaps.
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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby maxs » Sat Apr 22, 2017 10:09 am  

dazzleguts wrote:Love the PAX wardrobe with slide out trays. Looks like the trays could be placed closer together and the cards laid flat instead of on their sides. Wouldn't hold as much but would look great. Next best thing to map drawers perhaps.


Yes, you can do that as well, only holds about 30 decks compared to approximately 100 decks placed upright.

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There is also a wider variation that would hold up to 65 decks.

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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby dazzleguts » Mon Apr 24, 2017 12:22 am  

Thanks for showing the flat storage. :drool:
Would so love to have that setup - especially the wider drawer which looks close to the size of a map drawer. One cabinet with 14 drawers that wide would hold all my cards, with duplicates on top in boxes. Every deck easily visible.

Is that bottom one the 100 cm wide Komplement drawer?
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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby maxs » Tue Apr 25, 2017 10:43 am  

dazzleguts wrote:Is that bottom one the 100 cm wide Komplement drawer?


Yes, it's the 100cm drawer. There will be some space though (about 3-4cm) when you have 13 decks in a row, you can see that in the top right corner of the picture. The 50cm drawer fits perfectly with 6 decks i a row.
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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby dazzleguts » Tue Apr 25, 2017 11:22 am  

Actually, it's good to know there is extra room.
I was looking at that tight fit and wondering how to get the decks out again easily. (The top right part of the picture wasn't showing in the window.) Could just imagine putting a crimp in the side of a box in an impatient moment. :|

Looks like there would even be room for thin baffles between the decks. I'll be watching Ikea for sales. :ugdance:
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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby montecarlojoe » Tue Apr 25, 2017 1:54 pm  

That's really cool - I'm off to look at prices!
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Re: IKEA frames

Unread postby Thedissident001 » Sun Jun 25, 2017 10:42 pm  

I really loved the idea of the PAX robes with Komplement drawers, unfortunately couldn't find the space in our place to accommodate.
Have settled for now with another IKEA solution, 3 "Gnedby" CD stands, installed side by side. They were easy to install, and you can theoretically keep adding more units as your collection grows/contracts, limited only by the length of your wall. Only downside is dimension precluding any large presentation sets etc
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Re: IKEA frames

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