Basic IKEA furniture can find a second life with a good hack! IKEA HACKERS inspired me this morning. While some of their “hacks” are way over my skill level, these hacks are both doable and useful. If you need to add color, storage, style or nature to your home, read on!
Two years ago I went to a nursery and spent $150 to plant five “custom” baskets on one of my patios. Was it awesome? Yes. Do I wish read this Ikea Hackers post & I went to IKEA to get Fniss wastebaskets and poke holes in them? Yep, now I do! For $2 a piece, you can make yourself awesome “deep root” planters for your patio tomatoes in minutes!
Spring Cleaning leads to Spring Storage needs! Flip over a little Billy Bookcase, add crown molding to the top and this Billy Bookcase Hack emerges. Looks clean and much more “custom” than the standard Billy.
The Lack coffee table finds a more plus, inviting style in this Lack Hack that may seem complex but is so simple to do! I’m a fan of the silky soft fabric for a casual living room, and here I’d even do something ultra-brite to light up the room and add more of a sense of gravity.
And, last but not least, lets talk about O’verlays. While I didn’t find this at Ikea Hackers, I was blown away by them and they are a must-have if you are re-doing your IKEA furniture!!! These thin, adhesive wood veneers are custom-sized to popular IKEA furniture, so you can easily take your average plain Jane pieces to an extraordinary place!
Can you think of a way to give your home a little facelift for Spring, Ikea Hackers style? A little imagination can help you get the soft, fresh, prosperous, clean energy of Spring flowing in your home… with great style! xoxo Dana