The moment I ran across the Hyllis shelf on IKEA's website, I knew I had to hack it. My dining room was crying out for a shelf upgrade, so I drove down to IKEA immediately and bought three of them. You guys... they're only $15 apiece! My resulting hack has a glamorous vibe with a bit of rustic appeal, and it's super simple to do. Click through to check it out.
When I really sat down and thought about all the IKEA products in my house, I realized that I had accumulated way more than I thought. And I also realized that many of them are indispensable in our daily lives. So today I thought I'd share ten of my favorites, so that maybe you'll discover something new. I mean... who knew that IKEA sells milk frothers?!
I'm all for decreasing the amount of clutter around the home. And I really mean it when it comes to the bathroom. That space is already tight & small, so any chance I get to clear out some floor space, I'll hop on it. There are no linen closets in our house. Not one. So our towels are on display on a metal shelf in the master bath. This towel rack hack is stylish, modern, and could be the answer to all my towel-storing problems.
It you've been a Curbly reader for a while, then you probably know that we love IKEA hacks. And if you're new around here, then you'll just have to take my word for it - we love IKEA hacks. Today we have a new one for you, and it's super easy. Just grab a Kubbis coat rack and you'll have a fun photo display in no time.
Sometimes IKEA hacks can be complicated. Or sometimes they look worse after than they did before. But that's certainly not the case with this dresser hack, in my humble opinion. It is incredibly easy to do and the final product is so pretty. Click through to check it out.
Lately, I've been loving all the colorful furs I've been seeing in magazines, Pinterest, and my favorite interior decor sites. But when I saw how expensive it was to buy a few ... I knew the only way I'd be able to incorporate them into my home was to make them myself. So, I figured out this super simple technique to add some color and character to the common faux fur ... without creating a whole mess and spending a ton of money
The IKEA ÅRSTID Wall Lamp is one of those items that I would pass right by because of the lamp shade style. But the genius blogger behind Shine Your Light didn't, and what she came up with is beautifully contemporary. Click through to check out her incredible sconce hack.
I am not ashamed to admit that we have more than our fair share of IKEA furniture in our home. We do what we can to give the pieces our own personal touch with a little paint, new legs, and the like. This IKEA Ivar update has me itching to get to IKEA to pick up my own cabinet to transform!
Is anybody else sick of all the cheesy orange Halloween decor that's filling every craft store? I know I am. So I decided to try making a more modern wreath for Halloween. And get this - it's an IKEA hack! This wreath is made out of a Ribba picture frame, and covered with pretty paper flowers. Click through to check out the final product and the full tutorial.
Kristi admits that this particular makeover isn't the thriftiest, but compared to the $1,300 West Elm Inspiration pictured above, it is. To get the look, Kristi started with an IKEA Stockholm walnut veneer sideboard like
We've rounded up one hundred IKEA hacks that prove you can have champagne tastes on a beer budget. Each of these hacks illustrates the power of transformation - basic warehouse pieces are cleverly altered in beautiful ways that make them feel custom. This round up has me feeling like Aladdin on a magic carpet ride - so come along with me! I can open your eyes, take you wonder by wonder, over, sideways and under on a magic IKEA hack...
IKEA has long been a great source for inexpensive home wares, and people have been creating hacks out of those products for almost as long. And some of those hacks are so unique that it's difficult to tell they're even IKEA products. Click through to check out ten of our favorite such hacks.
Let's not deny it: IKEA is filled to the brim with awesome pieces that we just can't walk away from. They design with every taste in mind so surely we can all find something we love when we walk into that blue and yellow warehouse. Here are few stylish pieces that you can transition from summer to fall to winter and back!
Turning a bamboo (or any wooden) bowl or plate into a pendant light couldn't be easier when we follow along with Kristi Murphy's
This isn't the first time Anika's IKEA IVAR cabinet has undergone a transformation. The first time involved a can of white spray paint and knobs that matched those in her kitchen, as she used it as an extension