DIY Ikea Hacks

DIY Ikea Hacks

Ikea furniture is amazing!  Its cheap, sleek looking and has everything you need is in one store. That´s what makes it great as a base to achieve that special look you are going for without breaking the bank for exclusivity.

Check out these amazing ikea hacks that can be easily recreated to transform your home.

This wall mirror really brightens up this dining space and at $50 is budget friendly.

IkeaLotsmirrorshack

@thewelshufford

Adding a wooden top to any plain white piece  instantly makes the item look more expensive and right on the natural trend. Having the right accessories helps too.

wooden top mallas Ikea hack

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Ikea kitchen cabinets are not only for the kitchen check out this beauty assembled from IKEA kitchen cabinets, natrual wood and tapered legs, plus some leather and brass handles.

Ikea Kitchen Cabinet Hack

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This is a fabulous transformation of the Ivar. The deep green really pops against the gold

Ivar Ikea Hack Green Gold Entrance Way

@servusmami

 

This Linnmon/Alex combo hack for a co working space solution:

Source: Maleha Kikhia

The modern nordic crisp lines are given a certain touch of glamour with a fur throw, gold spray painting of the chair legs and elegant accessories.

Stacked LACK table storage.

This hack takes 4 former LACK tables and turnes them in to an amazing chunky, modern stacking storage unit. Fastening each table top with the above leg using brackets and omiting one of the legs in the original build:

Source: livefromb5

@_adsworth_ has taken the $2.99 kingsfors, fastened them to the wall with a spare piece of wood and created this amazing skateboard storage hack, could also be a good idea for scooters.

Source: @_adsworth_

A hanging planter

This ingenious hack has taken a $14.99 Brunster pendant light, flipped it, spray painted it, attached some rustic cord and plant of choice and created a perfect handing planter that will make a feature of any space.

Source: horsesandheels.com

For those who do not like kitchen cupboards in the top half of their kitchen and prefer shelves, this bathroom rail turned kitchen shelving hack is something to consider. Providing modern shelving options to display neat food store jars. The bonus of this is that hooks can be added underneath to hand useful kitchen utensils. Items used Brogrund ($12.99)

Source: instructables.com

Maria Gonzalez
Maria Gonzalez

I am an art and craft fanatic, most items in my house have been upcycled and the art work is by me! I love to try new techniques and research new tips. By day I am a craft researcher and in my spare time I like to do acrylic pour paintings, make things and upcycle.

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