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22 IKEA Knagglig And Drona Box Hacks You’ll Like
IKEA produces lots of stuff, and this is not only furniture, and today I’d like to share some ideas on IKEA boxes and ways to hack or use them at home. They can be hacked in various ways and used for storage or used in IKEA or other furniture to complete it. How? Take a look!
Knagglig by IKEA are basic pine boxes that can be used in tons of ways. First of all, as they are created for storage, you can of course use them for that – place toys, towels, pillows, blankets, books and documents and anything else that comes to your mind there. Wanna make your boxes more functional? Add casters and you’ll get mobile storage pieces! You may also build larger storage units of Knagglig and put them on the floor or save the floor space and attach them to the wall – decorate them with paint or stickers or add some retro wallpaper.
Knagglig boxes can be used to make other furniture pieces that will also include some storage space or evne not include if you don’t need that – you can just repurpose them into some other pieces. Knagglig are a great base for little stools and ottomans on casters – you can include some storage space inside or skip it, for side tables and even to make a drink station with much open storage.
a grey bedside table of a Knagglig box placed on legs will easily fit a farmhouse bedroom and will add a cozy rustic feel
a Knagglig box painted grey and attached to the wall makes up a cool floating bedside table
a Knagglig box with letters and on pink legs can be used is a cute storage piece for a kids' room
a modern bookshelf composed of IKEA Knagglig boxes and placed on legs is a simple idea for a modern space
a simple rustic storage wall unit made of Knagglig boxes attached to each other - add paint if you want
a suspended Knagglig box in the bathroom for storing towels is a genius and cool solution to go for
Knagglig boxes painted in bright colors inside and attached to the wall can serve as cool open shelves
a color block Knagglig box placed on wooden legs acts as a plant stand or a large planter
an outdoor bar made up of several painted Knagglig boxes and of a wooden top is amazing
Knagglig boxes painted in bold shades and attached to the wall can be used as an outdoor garden
Knagglig boxes placed on pink casters and with colorful upholstered seats are perfect stools or ottomans
a stained Knagglig box placed on casters can be used as a cool bedside table for an industrial space
IKEA Drona boxes are also storage items for books, clothes, toys and other items and they come in various colors. You may use them not only for storing things in various rooms but also to spruce up your furniture and make the storage more closed and more comfortable. Drona boxes seem to be created right for many IKEA Expedit, Kallax and many other items in various configurations and looks – you can easily insert the boxes into this furniture. The boxes themselves can be decorated with stickers, painting, labels, tassels and just handles to make it comfortable to pull them out.
a colorful upholstered bench with numbered Drona boxes is a nice DIY for a nursery that features storage
a cool boys' storage piece with black Drona boxes labeled with numbers is a simple and fun idea
a cozy corner for your cat with Drona boxes cut out to let the kitty come in is a simple and genius idea
a Kallax shelf with turquoise Drona boxes with stars is a dreamy idea for a kids' room
a Kallax shelving unit with Drona boxes and flamingo bird stickers attached to them
a kids' furniture piece completed with IKEA Drona boxes, with labels and chalkboard markers for toys
a simple IKEA Hack – add tassels to your plain drona boxes to give them a colourful pop and flair
hide a cute play area in your living room – just use Drona boxes adding handles to them
place stome Drona boxes under the kids' bed to add comfy storage and delcutter the room
build your own storage with Ikea Expedit shelves, Drona pink fabric boxes and Kassett black boxes