For quite some time people have been relying on many IKEA products to be both cheap and reliable. There’s just a small downside with them – most of the furniture (and other objects) from the affordable pricing range are a bit too basic.
Nevertheless, since IKEA is an incredibly popular retailer you will find a ton of projects that upgrade their most popular as well as lesser-known products.
The question is no longer “Should I hack my IKEA furniture?” but rather “Which IKEA furniture hacks are the best?” Because while we’re totally into upgrading the knobs on your Ikea hack dresser, that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
As I was scouting the web for creative IKEA hack I was amazed at how versatile IKEA’s furniture can be, and how easily it can be transformed to the point it becomes unrecognizable (in a good way of course).
- Ombre Painted Baskets from pearmama.com
- DIY Wallpaper Stools from thislittlestreet.com
- DIY Totem Planter from we-are-scout.com
- Rast Ikea Hack from diyweekendwife.com
- Rast Ikea Hack from hawthorneandmain.com
- Painted Basket from tellloveandparty.com
- Ikea Billy Bookcase To Drawer Hack from infarrantlycreative.net
- Ikea Malm End Table DIY from theblondielocks.com
- Kids Table And Chairs Makeover from frugalmomeh.com
- A 60 Second $2 DIY Cupcake Stand from papernstitchblog.com
- DIY Ikea Hack Floating Shelves from abubblylife.com
- Glitter Clock from dwellbeautiful.com
- Box And Arrow from look-what-i-made.com
- Industrial Kids Shelf With Toy Bed from grillo-designs.com
- DIY Color Block Storage from sugarandcloth.com
- Ikea Rast Dresser Hack from sincerelysarad.com
- Ikea Footstool Hack from ajoyfulriot.com
- Ikea Hack Nightstand from kristimurphy.com
- DIY Ikea Hack closet from beckhamandbelle.com
- Marbled Dip Dye Tall Lack from hommieuk.blogspot.com