We all love it, that huge, lovely, ever so affordable home decor heaven where you can get things that look cool and update your home, for a fraction of the cost. Yes, we mean Ikea. Want to take your Ikea finds to a whole new level? Find out how these amazing DIY’ers turned their Ikea furniture and other finds into ever so creative, totally awesome, incredibly doable Ikea hack tutorials. If you don’t have an Ikea near you, keep in mind you can do these projects with similar items from discount stores, or you can look for Ikea products on Craigslist!
Our featured project, above & below, is from Ikea Hackers. This DIY Expedit kitchen storage unit needed some tweaking…they added some cool doors to cut down the clutter. Looks very cool!
From Apartment Therapy… have you seen how cheap the Ikea Lack tables are? They used two Lack tables and a butcher block top to create a DIY Ikea kitchen island, and yes, they tell you how they did it!
Find out how to make both versions of this DIY banquette seating from Melodrama, made from Expedit shelving!
So simple, but so cool! Triple Max Tons created this DIY mid-century coffee table from an Ikea (very inexpensive) Lack table, and changing to mid-century legs!
‘Ordning’ stainless steel breadbox to modern mailbox from Ikeahackers. Quick tutorial for this simple project!
Matsutake has an easy step by step with before and after photos for turning a simple Ikea table into this really chic desk… they spent just $5 over the cost of the basic table!
If you’re looking for a simple Ikea hack, this DIY Ikea dresser was dressed up with gold for a bit of glamour…Let’s face it, we don’t usually think of glamour and Ikea in the same thought, do we? Easy… from Smitten Studio.
Gotta love Ikeahackers! This Knuff transformable coffee table was made with magazine file folders! Oh my amazing!
Sarah at Pretty Providence made this DIY Ikea hack desk under $60! Read all about it at their very creative blog!
Love this idea from Brady Bunch Remodel of putting two Kardemumma series planter pots end to end for a nice mid century look. A very inexpensive solution to a expensive look! Get the details here.
Last, but not the least of all this Ikea coolness… From The Painted Hive, this step by step tutorial for a DIY apothecary box is pure genius! Those are so expensive any other way, and this looks totally legit! (Are you allowed to use that word if your over the age of 20?) Gotta. Do. This! Oh… did I mention? Less than $20!Image Credits: Ikea Hackers, Apartment Therapy, Melodrama, Triple Max Tons, Ikeahackers, Matsutake, Smitten Studio, Ikeahackers, Pretty Providence, Brady Bunch Remodel, Painted Hive