Top 5 IKEA Hacks of the Week

Transform Ivar cabinets into elegant bathroom towel storage, Hemnes dressers into magical TV lifts, Kallax units into spacious bed bases, Malm cabinets into stylish kitchen islands, and Lack tables into chic mirror cubes!

Welcome to the top 5 IKEA hacks of the week – May 5th Edition

Okay, let’s dive in!

IKEA Ivar Cabinet Bathroom Towel Storage Hack

This clever IKEA Ivar hack transforms a basic cabinet into a stunning towel storage solution for your bathroom. We love how this elevates the Ivar’s functionality and aesthetics, making it a perfect fit for the space just outside the bathroom.

The addition of stylish legs and the charming half bobbin moulding adds a touch of elegance. Painted in a soft, inviting pink, this piece complements the print on the wall. The rechargeable lamp and the scalloped basket complete the look, creating a cozy and organized bathroom haven.

IKEA Hemnes Dresser Magical TV Lift Hack

WOW! Transforming two Hemnes dressers into a magical, multifunctional island not only maximizes storage but also incorporates a hidden TV lift, blending utility with modern tech.

A fantastic blend of functionality and surprise! Amazing work!

IKEA Kallax Bed Base with Storage Hack

Here’s a creative way to revamp your bedroom with a clever IKEA Kallax bed base hack. By using three Kallax units as the foundation and adding slats in the middle, you can create a bed that offers generous storage space for all your bedroom essentials.

When attempting this hack, it’s essential to prioritize safety and ensure that the bed is constructed properly to support daily use. Take your time to securely attach the slats and thoroughly assess the stability of the structure before adding your mattress.

DIY IKEA Malm Kitchen Island Hack

Thinking a kitchen island is too expensive? Think again! You can create your own stunning kitchen island using IKEA Malm cabinets, just like @yoellamillarson did. The result is not only beautiful but also incredibly functional, providing extra workspace and serving as a divider between different areas in your home. 😍

This DIY project is perfect for renters who want to upgrade their kitchen without making permanent changes. By repurposing the Malm cabinets, you can create a custom kitchen island that fits your space and style, all while keeping costs low.

When taking on this project, make sure to plan carefully and gather all the necessary materials before starting. Consider the height and size of your island, as well as any additional features you might want to incorporate, such as a countertop overhang or built-in storage.

DIY IKEA Lack Table Mirror Cube Hack

Transform your living space with this stunning IKEA hack that turns a simple Lack table into a designer-inspired mirrored cube. This project is a breeze compared to using brackets, making it perfect for DIY enthusiasts of all skill levels.

To create this eye-catching piece, you’ll need an IKEA Lack table and one or two packs of Blodlonn mirrors, depending on whether you want the tabletop mirrored as well. Don’t forget to grab some construction adhesive and hot glue for quick and easy assembly.

When attempting this hack, take your time to ensure the mirrors are aligned perfectly for a seamless, high-end look. If you’re feeling extra creative, consider painting the tabletop for a pop of color or a unique finish.

Thank you for joining us in exploring this week’s Top 5 IKEA hacks. We hope these ideas have ignited your creativity and offered valuable inspiration for your own DIY projects.

– Mike & Nicole

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