Are you someone that loves all the unique furniture seen in high-end store catalogues but cannot justify spending thousands of dollars on them? Don’t worry, what if I tell you there is a way to get one-of-a-kind furniture without breaking the bank? Here are 10 IKEA DIYs that transformed once-plain IKEA furniture into unique pieces.
via Sugar and Cloth
How unique does this floating credenza look? I love the wooden top and it definitely gives off a minimalist vibe to the room.
Mid Century Tarva Nightstand
This hack definitely make the IKEA nightstand way more high-end than it really is. Love the mid century style!
SVALBO Entry Table
via The Sweet Beast
This entry table really adds a pop of color without being too distracting. I love how she left the bottom of the legs unpainted.
How cute are these furry stools? And this DIY is only under $30? I am definitely going to try it out!
LATTJO Hula Hoop Wall Art
via IKEA Sweden
This hack is definitely one of the most creative! Who would’ve thought a hula hoop can be made into a beautiful wall art? The instructions are in Swedish but you can get a pretty good idea what materials are needed by looking at the pictures.
IVAR Cabinet Wall Mural
This brings IKEA hacks to a different level! It allows you to get creative by painting your own designs on the cabinets.
DALFRED Bar Stools
via My Melodrama
Isn’t it amazing how a bottle of gold spray paint can transform a pair of plain black bar stools? I love how easy this DIY is and all you need is spray paint.
METOD HYTTAN Mid Century Cabinet
via Arty Home Studio
This is another mid-century inspired hack that adds more characteristics to kitchen cabinet by simply adding legs and handles to it.
MONGTAD Rustic Mirror
via Savvy Mom 2 Mom
I have always felt IKEA mirrors are a bit plain for my taste, but I love how this rustic mirror turned out!
Look at this amazing hack that she has created! I can definitely use one of these shelves in my bathroom.
Not only these IKEA hacks look amazing, they are also fun to do as DIY projects with your family and roommates. Do you have any other fun ideas on how to transform IKEA furniture into unique pieces? Feel free to leave a comment below to share your ideas or questions!