You’re going to love these IKEA hacks, perfect for decorating your home. Get unique transformations and ways to make items look more expensive.
I have a confession and maybe some of you can relate – I like to eat at IKEA. Where else can you eat delicious vegetarian meatballs for $5 and follow it up with a $1.29 Choklad Ljus bar for dessert?
Plus their coffee is pretty decent and free with the Family card.
You know you’re getting older when a free cup of coffee is everything! And getting to browse some sweet Swedish furniture at the same time? That’s just a bonus!
All of my furniture is not IKEA, but I do have quite a few things. I actually have a piece of framed wall art from over 20 years ago that I love. Most of my craft room and office are IKEA, because they have great organizing pieces.
Because the truth is, a lot (most?) of the furniture and decor items at IKEA are canvases if you want them to be. You can bring those Kallax shelves home and put them in as-is, or you can “hack them up.”
If you want to try some IKEA hacks, I’ve got an awesome list of ideas for you to try below. There’s a ton of variety, from smaller items to furniture. No matter what your decorating style or skill level, you’re sure to find something on this list.
AND if you have a particular piece of IKEA furniture you’d like me to find a hack for? Let me know in the comments! I’d love to help your search!
Enjoy the list below and happy hacking.
You're going to love this collection of hacks using items from IKEA! Get great ideas for everything from small accessories to furniture.
Do you recognize the Luröy slatted bed base? It holds the mattress up in the bed frame, but it can be purchased separately at IKEA. Turns out it's awesome for organizing and hanging things on the wall!
With just a shelf and a few IKEA magazine holders, it's easy to make a handy storage station for mail and all sorts of important things. Position this right by the door, and never again will you wonder where your keys or phone wandered off to.
Are you tired of looking at a litter box or do you have a cat that kicks all the litter out? Try this IKEA PS cabinet hack! The litter box stays hidden within the cabinet and there's even some room to store an extra bag of litter and cat supplies!
This DIY is the quickest way to add a cool, minimal shelving unit to any wall in your home. It's great for smaller spaces, like hallways and a home office, creating areas of interest as a less obstructive version of a traditional shelf.
Turn this popular IKEA bookshelf into a functional and stylish seating bench with storage. This hack is an easy and affordable way to create more seating in any area of the house, with bonus storage. No sewing required!