IKEA Hemnes bedroom furniture collection is a simple and cool series suitable for every modern space. It’s a bit plain and may inspire you to get crafty and change the furniture as you like, and today’s roundup is here to help you: we are sharing Hemnes dresser hacks you may like. Here you’ll see both larger and small Hemnes pieces and ways to spruce them up, redecorate and even repurpose them. Let’s start!
3-Drawer Hemnes Dresser Hacks
IKEA Hemnes with 3 drawers can be renovated in various ways, and the easiest idea is painting it – choose any color you like and don’t forget to change knobs for matching ones or go for pulls. You may also renovate the dresser with colorful wallpaper or adhesive paper – this is a great idea to add color and patterns to the space and can be a nice idea for a kids’ room. If you feel like a more difficult craft, go for cladding the dresser with natural wood – it may be usual wood or even clad in chevron patterns for more eye-catchiness. As for repurposing Hemnes, it can be used as a nightstand or a changing table for a small nursery.
spruce up a Hemnes dresser with 50s styled atomic starburst paper for a boy's room
spruce up your Hemnes dresser with printed wallpaper or adhesive paper of your choice
IKEA Hemnes redone with colorful adhesive paper for a bright and cheerful kids' room
IKEA Hemnes dresser fully clad with wood in a chevron pattern and with metal handles
a Hemnes piece painted dark green with sleek brass handles for a cool smal changing table
a renovated IKEA Hemnes dresser in white and light-colored wood, no knobs or handles for a peaceful and natural nursery
a white Hemnes piece spruced up with decorative nails and brass handles for a shiny glam look
8-Drawer Hemnes Dresser Hacks
A larger Hemnes piece can be also repurposed into a changing table and it’s a very frequent hack as it’s very handy: there’s much storage and enough top space for everything, you won’t need any additional storage pieces around. Speaking of decorating and renovating, repainting and stenciling the Hemnes dresser is a very simple and comfy idea which can be easily realized. You may go for creative looks – ombre, inlays, framing with a contrasting color and changing knobs accordingly. Cover the whole piece with mirror to make it super glam; add chalkboard stickers for marking each drawer, cover the drawers with stained wood or add a wooden top and wooden knobs – there are no limitations for your imagination! Get inspired and if you feel like DIYing, head over here for some tutorials.
a black Hemnes dresser with brass corners, knobs and framing for a chic look
a chic Hemnes dresser with white inlays and gold geometric knobs for a glam space
a dark stained IKEA Hemnes dresser with white drawers and brass handles for a contrasting look
a Hemnes changing table with chalkboard stickers to mark each drawer
a Hemnes dresser painted graphite grey with white inlays and grey knobs for a cool look
a Hemnes dresser painted midnight blue with vintage-inspired handles became a changing table
a Hemnes piece paitned mint and with leather pulls for a cute changing table
a hot red Hemnes dresser with cool metal handles for a colorful kids' room
a neon yellow IKEA Hemnes dresser with all different knobs as a changing table for a colorful kids' space
a super glam Hemnes hack with a mirror finish and ring pulls for a chic and shiny touch
a white Hemnes dresser with powder blue frames and black knobs for a boy's room
a white Hemnes spruced up with grey-toned drawers and top and wooden knobs for a rustic feel