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DIY Desk With 2 Drawers From IKEA Malm

This cool minimalist desk can be easily made by yourself, just get some IKEA drawers and let’s hack them! The supplies are 2 x Malm drawers from Ikea, 1 x 2200 x 60 birch panel, beeswax polish, clean cloth. Position the drawers so the panel fits on top against a wall. Polish the top with some beeswax polish to give it some... More

Stylish DIY Flea Market Cabinet Makeover

This flea market cabinet was easily renovated by the author of the tutorial. Take a cabinet and sand the finish off using an electric sander. Use Minwax wood stain in the color you like. After the stain dries, do three coats of Minwax polyurethane semi-gloss finish. After you finish the top, do a light sand over the entire... More

How To Reupholster And Renovate Old Dining Chairs

Wanna reupholster your old chairs? Prepare chairs with upholstered seats, fabric, a staple remover, a staple gun + staples, fabric scissors, a screw driver, pliers, fabric spray. Gather your supplies and remove the chair cushions. There are usually just a couple of screws that hold each cushion in place. Remove the old fabric... More

DIY IKEA Bosse Stools And BEKVÄM Kitchen Cart Hack

Let’s hack IKEA furniture more and more and enjoy the results! Grab two Bosse stools and the BEKVÄM kitchen cart. Start off by using a plane sander with 150 grit paper and worked up to 220 on the stools as they are already finished. After vacuuming up and wiping everything down, start staining the tops. Use a one step stain... More

DIY IKEA Hack: Kids’ Table Makeover

More IKEA hacks and today for your little ones! Prepare furniture paint, rose gold spray paint, Ikea Latt kids table, 2″ foam roller and tray, 2″ paint brush, painter’s tape, wrapping paper or wallpaper, metal straight edge, an X-Acto knife, a sheet of acrylic cut to 17-3/8 x 23-5/8″.  Keep reading the tutorial in the... More

9 DIY Hacks For IKEA Billy Bookcase You Should Try

IKEA Billy is a bookcase with adjustable shelves that can be arranged according to your needs. A simple unit can be enough storage for a limited space or the foundation for a larger storage solution if your needs change. Simplicity always lacks some personalization and originality, so let’s hack one! If you think that... More

How To Reupholster Dining Chairs Yourself

Too old chairs? Reupholster them! Remove old fabric and staples. If necessary, sand, stain, and polyurethane the legs. Using a flexible tape measure and the cut list instructions above, measure the chair. Using sharp scissors, cut the batting, fabric and dust cover pieces to size. Lay the batting over the seat so that it... More

5 Cool And Easy DIY IKEA Raskog Cart Hacks

IKEA Raskog cart with a sturdy construction and four casters makes it easy for you to move it and use it wherever you like. It even fits in tight spaces because of its small size. You can use the cart in different ways, including as an extra work area in the kitchen, as practical storage in the hall or as a different nightstand... More

6 Creative DIY IKEA Stuva Furniture Hacks

IKEA Stuva is a cool furniture collection specially for kids’ rooms, it’s cool, simple and comfy in using as every piece by IKEA. And as usual, you can hack various items from it and turn them into some curious things. Stuva cabinets and legs can be used for storage – create your own storage space with a built-in desk... More

How To Hack IKEA Hyllis Shelving Unit: 5 DIY Ideas

IKEA Hyllis shelving unit is a cool and comfy piece that must be fastened to the wall and that can accomodate everything you need. Smart and universal, with an included plastic feet that protects the floor against scratching, it’s a perfect idea for any room. If you aren’t completely satisfied with the piece, you can always... More

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