IKEA Lack side table is a simple piece that first appeared in 1979, and it’s still on. This side table really requires some hacks and renovations! I’ve gathered some stylish ideas from easy repurposing to refreshing to the projects, in which Lack tables will be hardly recognizable. Choose hacks and crafts that fit your needs and skills! Ready to see the hacks? Let’s do it!
Lack Table Hacks
Lack tables can be easily refreshed and renovated into other tables and given new looks. Create a piece that really matches your interior! It can be rustic – with wood clad tabletops, it can be bright and Moroccan – in purple and with decorative nails, unusual – with a penny tabletop, Scandinavian – with marble contact paper, minimalist – with plexiglass. Consider unique Lack table hacks with mirrors, colorful string and even printed water-resistant oilcloth! Pay special attention to colorful string art Lack tables, string art is one of the hottest home decor trends. Such pieces will definitely give a character to your Lack.
A table doesn’t mean only a side table or a coffee table, you may also craft a kids’ art station with buckets for markers, paper and a chalkboard tabletop. You may create a gorgeous garden table – with a planter in the center, or with sunken succulent planters on the tabletop. This may be an indoor or outdoor garden, such a table is a great piece. When you don’t want a garden, fill the cavity with rocks and place a candle on top.
Lack Tables Into Other Furniture
What else can you create of a Lack table? Literally anything! Make a ceiling lighting piece of a Lack table with integrated lights, it may easily fit any space. Lack tables are great not only for creating kids’ play tables and art stations but also play kitchens with lots of accessories. And of course, your pets can be made happy with some cool furniture made of Lack tables. Make a condo, a tower with lots of zones and scratchers and let your kitty enjoy it! Take a look at more ideas below.