Roundup: 10 IKEA Hacks You Won't Want To Miss

10 Fantastic IKEA Hacks

I love a good IKEA hack. What's better than turning an affordable piece of furniture into something customized especially for you? Here are ten of my recent favorites, along with links to the tutorials so you can recreate them yourself.   


10 Fantastic IKEA Hacks

1. Turn an IKEA Malm into this beautiful campaign style dresser. Read more about the transformation here. [Photo: Homey Oh My!]

2. Turn plain old white IKEA storage boxes into fun, Kate Spade-inspired beauties. Here's the tutorial. [Photo: First Home Love Life]

10 Fantastic IKEA Hacks

3. This Rast dresser has been completely transformed into a more traditional style, with a playful color palette. Find out more about it here. [Photo: Sita Montgomery Interiors

4. Next up, we have a Bekvam kitchen trolley that was used to mount a bathroom sink.... very clever! More info is available here. [Photo: IKEA Hackers]

10 Fantastic IKEA Hacks

5. Being a great lover of wine, I was thrilled to see this one... a wine bar made using Numerar cabinets and an Akurum counter top. Read more about it here. [Photo: IKEA Hackers]

6. Another great Rast makeover using rings pulls and lots of paint. Here are the instructions. [Photo: Marcus Design]

10 Fantastic IKEA Hacks

7. It would appear that ring pulls are in style these days! Here's how to recreate this dresser hack. [Photo: Centsational Girl]

8. This banquet seat was made using Expedit shelving... find out how to do it yourself here. [Photo: Melodrama]

10 Fantastic IKEA Hacks

9. Turn a regular old beach chair into a chic leather one using this tutorial. [Photo: Kristi Murphy]

10. This great kitchen hack uses old wine crates to dress up a kitchen cart. Find out more about the project here. [Photo: The Hunted Interior]

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