Another thing I did to help make this hack look more professional and create a lot more overall stability to the piece was to remove the exposed metal screws and sink in my own wood screws so that I could fill in the holes for a nice, seamless, modern look.
At this point I still didn't really know what I was going to do for the feet, just that I wanted to do a "glam" sort of look.
While sitting around with the family Christmas day I was staring at a piece in my living room thinking to myself how much I love the hardware I had scored years ago and wish I could recreate that greek key pattern on a piece….then it hit me! Why not figure out a way to do this to my IKEA hack!
Definitely not right….
Just right! Now I had to cut new pieces, glue and screw! I love this kind of tedious work. Really, I do!
I had Vos glass cut me a piece of glass to fit the top and did a 'back painted' technique in the same color. This definitely gives the piece more of the modern look I was going for!