Top 5 IKEA Hacks of the Week

Explore this week’s Top 5 IKEA Hacks: from chic reading nooks and coffee tables to minimalist Eket cabinets, all with simple, elegant twists.

Welcome to the top 5 IKEA hacks of the week – February 18th Edition.

Let’s dive in!

1. IKEA Spice Rack Hacks

Why we like it: We’re fans of these IKEA spice racks for their incredible versatility and solid wood construction. The fact that you can paint, stain, or upcycle them in any way opens up endless possibilities for customization.

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2. IKEA Chair Hack

Why we like it: We really like how this IKEA PINNTORP chair was transformed. It was sanded, stained, and got a new soft fabric seat. Plus, using an IKEA FASCINERA cutting board as a backrest is a super smart idea. It’s cool to see a regular chair turn into something comfy and stylish with just a few changes.

3. IKEA Besta Box Hack

Why we like it: This modern reading nook, crafted from IKEA’s Besta box, is a standout for its innovative design. The addition of a slatted wall ties the contemporary look together, creating a cozy yet stylish spot for relaxation and reading.

We particularly like the use of the Besta box, proving that with a bit of imagination, even simple storage solutions can be transformed into eye-catching features in a home.

4. IKEA Coffee Table Hack

Why we like it: This clever DIY coffee table hack, inspired by a bargain find from IKEA’s bargain corner, showcases the value of exploring discount sections. Believed to be a door, paired with three sides of an IKEA Kallax unit, it forms the perfect base for a coffee table.

The addition of a TJILLEVIPS jute basket underneath not only complements the design but offers a practical storage solution for clutter. We appreciate this hack for its resourcefulness and the reminder that great DIY projects can start with unexpected, budget-friendly finds.

5. IKEA EKET Bedside Table Hack

Why we like it: This IKEA Eket cabinet hack stands out for its simplicity and minimalistic Scandinavian style. By removing the bottom drawer and adding a fresh coat of paint along with beautiful pull hardware, it’s been turned into a sleek and functional piece.

We love how these small changes can have a big impact, emphasizing the clean lines and understated elegance that Scandinavian design is known for.

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Thank you for taking the time to explore this week’s Top 5 IKEA hacks with us. We sincerely hope these ideas have sparked your creativity and provided you with valuable inspiration.

– Mike & Nicole

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