Need a coffee table? I know how to help you! Grab some IKEA pieces and renovate them or repurpose some item into a coffee table! Why Ikea? Because their designs are timeless, universal and let you hack them as you want without any limitations. Let’s see what you can make.
If you love rough beauty of concrete then you definitely should make this cool coffee table. It won’t take you more than a weekend but you’ll get something really cool to put in your living room. The coffee table is based on IKEA’s Klubbo coffee table but its tabletop is made of 50 kg of dry cement.
Ikea Linnmon tables are ideal to renovate into a cool modern item! The author of this tutorial also used trendy hairpin legs but it’s up to you whether to buy them or not. The result is a modern white coffee table with edgy metal legs, looks nice!
Functionality is what we require from furniture nowadays, and this coffee table meets the requirement. It’s a large piece made from Ikea Kallax, and it has plenty of storage space – isn’t that what we all need for our living rooms?
Have some cute wallpaper? Don’t throw it away, use it for renovating Ikea Lack table! To make it more glam looking you can add decorative nail trimming on the edge. Read this tutorial to find out how to realize this project.
IKEA now makes Lack side tables with a high gloss finish which adds a little dose of luxury and shine to these basic tables. To make them stand out a bit more, you can glue a few decorative brass corners over each corner of the table. Read how to do that right in the source.
When it comes to IKEA coffee table hacks, Lacks are oft the starting point. But today, we found a HEMNES that got a country rustic upgrade, with a new “barnwood” top. With gray paint and some wood planks, you can put together this shabby chic top for the coffee table that is totally removable and took only two hours!
One more Hemnes renovation here! Add a wood top to the surface and stain it weathered gray for rustic meets coastal look. Need more details and photos? Read the tutorial.
Ikea Hemnes seems to be one of the most popular coffee tables to renovate. In this tutorial it got a cute wooden top with a rustic feel. Use hard wood to make it stand up to scuffs and scratches or go for pine if you don’t mind scratches for a worn look.
Have an Ikea Lack table? Give it a mid-century modern makeover on the cheap! Here the tabletop was repainted – though you can cover it with fabric or change for another one – and the legs were change for these cute ones for a mid-century modern look.
In this tutorial the author will teach you how to renovate a usual Ikea Hemnes table into this coastal meets rustic piece using white vinegar. Read the instructions to find out how to achieve such a great look.