It’s so much fun to customize IKEA furniture because the pieces start out so wonderfully simple that they totally lend themselves to endless transformations. At this point, the “IKEA hack” has nearly become its own category of design because DIY IKEA hacks are so prevalent.
Do you know what an IKEA hack is? Not everyone does. An IKEA hack basically refers to the transformation of a basic piece of IKEA furniture into what looks like a custom piece of furniture without breaking the budget. If you have followed my blog for a while, you know I love pretty much all DIY home decor projects.
But I have a special affinity for customizing IKEA furniture and DIY IKEA furniture upgrades. 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?
Need some new home decor ideas but don’t have the budget for expensive, designer furniture and accessories? You may have seen the trend lately for taking cheap IKEA items and hacking them to create fabulous creative version, but if not, you absolutely have to check out these ideas. Some of them are truly brilliant. You would never believe they started as simple items from an IKEA store.
From bedroom and living room furniture to fun kitchen decor and DIY gift ideas, these crafty projects will have you heading over to IKEA to pick up some cheap items to DIY this weekend. I love the dressers and beds, the creative pillows, chairs and bar stools, but all of them are pretty awesome. Check out these cool DIY furniture ideas that are perfect for those looking for creative home decor ideas on a budget
IKEA hack ideas are all the rage these days, and for good reason: they are easy, simple, unique, flexible and creative. Storage and organization meet fashion when you combine creativity with simple tools. You can accomodate a variety of styles with IKEA supplies and a splash of sharp thinking. A simple stool and a box might be all you need to create an organizational unit that adds efficiency to your room while expressing your unique taste.