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.
As I was scouting the web for creative IKEA hacks 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 from beckhamandbelle.com
- Marbled Dip Dye Tall Lack from hommieuk.blogspot.com