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Roundup: 10 Clever IKEA Hacks For Your Next Party

Roundup: 10 Clever IKEA Hacks For Your Next Party
Photo: Smile and Wave

IKEA is often thought of as solely a furniture retailer, but they have so much more than just furniture... and many of their pieces lend themselves to entertaining. And with the holidays sneaking up on us, I thought I'd share some clever IKEA hacks that would be perfect for your next gathering. Keep reading to check out ten of my favorite hacks for entertaining.   

 

Roundup: 10 Clever IKEA Hacks For Your Next Party

1. The Ung Drill frame makes a perfect chalkboard... use it to point people in the right direction as shown above, or write the menu on it. Just paint the interior section with chalkboard spray paint. [Photo: Lauren Scotti]

2. This bar cart was made out of a changing table, if you can believe it! Check out the how-to video here. [Photo: Miss Kris]

Roundup: 10 Clever IKEA Hacks For Your Next Party

3. This tiered serving tray would be perfect for appetizers... get the tutorial here. [Photo: IKEA Hackers]

4. Here's another lovely bar cart hack - see the whole thing here. [Photo: The Flair Exchange]

Roundup: 10 Clever IKEA Hacks For Your Next Party
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5. Here's another great use for the Ung Drill frame... a photo booth prop! [Photo: Style Me Pretty]

6. And if you have a hashtag for your event, make one of these out of the Tolsby frame. [Photo: Rebecca Arthurs]

Roundup: 10 Clever IKEA Hacks For Your Next Party

7. This is a super easy one... just paint the interior piece of the serving tray a metallic gold or brass color! Read more here. [Photo: Icing Sugar]

8. This isn't much to look at, but it sure is genius. Underneath this tray are six ice packs - together, they create a serving tray that will keep buffet items cold! Check out the instructions here. [Photo: IKEA Hackers]

Roundup: 10 Clever IKEA Hacks For Your Next Party

9. This buffet with wine storage was made from the Tarva dresser... so clever! Get the tutorial here. [Photo: Addicted 2 DIY]

10. This straw bunting was not technically designed as an IKEA hack, but IKEA sells straws... so it could be. And it would look so cute above the buffet at thanksgiving! Check out the tutorial here. [Photo: Smile and Wave]

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