TOP 5 IKEA hacks!

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Ikea HacksOk, here I go with another Ikea post!  For those of you who missed it, I LOVE IKEA!  Check out my post on my top timeless Ikea pieces HERE.  Today I wanted to share with you some of the most unique, and cool Ikea hacks.  I have been collecting these 5 hacks for a while now.  There are so many hacks out there, but these are special and give your furniture a more high-end look for less.  Enjoy these simple tweaks that will turn your cheap Ikea furniture custom!

Entry_TableLove this reverse dipped sofa table by The Sweet Beast!  This particular table has been discontinued but there are several other tables that this would work on, one being, Liatorp.  The peach color of this table is, Behr’s Juicy Passionfruit latex paint.

DIY-ikea-hack-table-39How simple and cute is this little nightstand?  This comes from Sugar & Cloth.  She uses mid-century legs with a Lack cube.

DIY-wallpaper-stoolsLOVE these cute stools!  They are so handy and of course so reasonable at $15 a stool!  This Little Street came up with this easy DIY using removable wallpaper and Ikea’s Bekvam step stool.  These are so great for little bed-side tables!

ikea shelfThis hack is so beyond creative-Not to mention easy.  It comes from the blog, Testediligno.  They have used Ekby Tore table top brackets and the shelf is Ekby Tryggve.  Brackets are $5 a piece and shelf is $4 each!  Not bad for such a gorgeously creative piece!

lack ikea hackThis might just be my favorite Ikea hack yet.  It’s so super simple yet looks so amazing!  It comes from Triple Max Tons.  It is simply a Lack coffee table top and 4 mid-century legs.  That’s it!  The only painting you need to do is to stain the legs.  The Lack top comes white and shiny.  Oh, and did I mention cheap?   A Lack coffee table is only $20!

I hope you enjoyed these fun ideas for sprucing Ikea furniture!

xx, Jenni

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Jennifer Phillips worked as a licensed aesthetician for over 8 years before creating the green beauty blog, Jenni Raincloud and her natural skin care line, J. Raincloud Organics. Jennifer has been blogging full time for 7 years and loves to gain and share knowledge on living a natural lifestyle.

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