Published on October 21st, 2014 | by Julia

This FROSTA stool was found sad and lonely in the streets of Tel Aviv. After some painting and a new mixed upholstery, it fits perfectly into our weird furniture collection. First – you take the legs... Read More



Faktum Kitchen Peninsula

Published on October 21st, 2014 | by Wai Hoong

Materials: Faktum Base Cabinet, Gerton Adjustable leg, Pragel worktop I bought a Pragel kitchen top from the ‘As-Is’ section that saved me a great deal lot. I used a jigsaw to saw away the bad part... Read More



IKEA MALM Stikwood headboard

Published on October 21st, 2014 | by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

Materials: Ikea Malm Queen Bed We really wanted a reclaimed wood look in our all white bedroom, and fell in love with a headboard we saw online but was entirely too expensive for our budget. So... Read More



From bunk bed to playhouse

Published on October 21st, 2014 | by Claire

Materials: Mydal bunk bed, Trofast storage as stairs While I was browsing through all the amazing Ikea hackers’ projects, I got inspired and decided to make my own! My project was to transform the Mydal bunk bed... Read More


Memory box

Memory box for ticket stubs

Published on October 20th, 2014 | by Ronja Lotte

Materials: RIBBA frame I made this Memory box for ticket stubs for my favorite teen in the world. As a passionate hunter and gatherer, I first tried for months to get hold of a second-hand shadowbox... Read More

Cabinets & Sideboards

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Expedit into Card Catalog

Published on October 20th, 2014 | by sawdust2stitches

This is an was Expedit Shelf that was transformed into an apothecary cabinet! Basically, by applying wood strips over the laminate you can transform a basic  Ikea shelf into  rustic and vintage console.  Enjoy! See my step by... Read More



Lofted kids bed for a small space

Published on October 20th, 2014 | by Nate

Materials: Malm 6 drawer dresser and both are placed on a Renate rug, Ovre bed We have 3 kids and since 2 already share a room our third was fit into a fairly small room (7×8)... Read More

Coffee table


IKEA comic tables

Published on October 17th, 2014 | by Daniela Fonseca

Materials: LACK table, HEMNES nightstand I lined a Lack table with comics. I used glue, old comics and varnish. The other table I painted the top and lined the legs with comics using the same technique... Read More

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