Most Popular IKEA Hacks Ideas That You Can TryThese IKEA hacks will take some effort, sure. But, you won’t need any power tools, extension cords or impossibly tiny allen wrenches for these transformations. These are the sort of projects you could do in a few hours with some of your existing IKEA furniture (or hey, if you want to get wild and brave IKEA to purchase a fresh piece to hack, knock yourself out). You could enjoy looking at — and using! — these projects by tonight.
2018 is upon us, and do you know what that means? It’s a brand new year to iterate, embellish, alter, paint, and reconfigure IKEA stuff —we’ll use the term “hack” as shorthand— all with the goal to make them work better for us in our homes. Today I’m taking a look at the newest products from their catalog to predict all the different forms they’ll take over the next twelve months. Join me as I share ALL the ways to remake these brand new favorites….
Ikea Hack Collection has become one of our top posts of all time so we thought it was time for another collection of More Fabulous IKEA Hacks.Let’s be honest, decorating a home can get so incredibly expensive. We recently went from a one bedroom apartment in LA to buying a house so we had so much to buy to furnish it. I didn’t want to spend a fortune, so I have used Ikea hacks like these to decorate my home on a budget.
Stools are easy, low-commitment hacks, which take barely any time to do. Change up the wood itself, or the fabric sling underneath, then find all the places in your home where you can use a little more storage or an extra surface. This item has tons of potential.
I’ve scoured the internet for the best Ikea hacks and am going to share with you room by room. With these ideas, you can easily decorate your home to look amazing for a fraction of the price. So, let’s start the Ikea hacks home tour, shall we?
Want to buy a mid-century style table? Be prepared to shell out lots of dough—unless you’re willing to go the route. To pull off this easy hack from Triple Max Tons, all you need is a LACK coffee table and tapered legs from eBay (if the legs don’t come with top plates, you can buy straight or angled—as they are in this hack—at Loews). Unscrew the old legs, install the tapered legs and top plates about an inch from the corners, and voila! Charming, fancy looking table at a reasonable price.