ball lamp (1024 x 1824)

70s style “chrome ball” lamp

Published on July 9th, 2014 | by secndhndrosie

Materials for each lamp:  3 Nassjo candle holders, threaded tube used in lamp making, electrical socket used for lamps, electrical wire w/plug, lamp base (I made mine from a 6x6x2 piece of wood that I finished to simulate... Read More


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Rustic Walnut-Stained Rast

Published on July 9th, 2014 | by Debra

Materials: RAST drawer I know, I know, another Rast hack…but I think this will appeal to all those looking for a rustic, industrial look for a teen bedroom. I could not find a bedside table for... Read More


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BESTA wine rack hack!

Published on July 9th, 2014 | by Tim

We wanted some wine storage under our kitchen island and discovered the BESTÅ units are the perfect depth — but don’t offer a good bottle storage solution. There are a couple great wine rack hacks here,... Read More


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Sink-in Hallelujah feat.Boholmen The Cheap

Published on July 9th, 2014 | by Mark David

Materials: Boholmen; Lagan I was looking for a CHEAP solution for my country house kitchen in Italy. Here we go: - found an old IKEA shelf (which I didn’t list because I can’t name it), -... Read More


IKEA hack

Children’s reading nook from TV furniture

Published on July 8th, 2014 | by MJ

Use of a TV storage unit as a children’s reading nook and toy and book storage Items: Lappland TV Storage unit Extendable shower curtain rod Shower Curtain and rings Misc. screws and nails Description: Assemble the... Read More

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Published on July 8th, 2014 | by Mike the Boogieman

Greetings fellow MPC lovers and haters. On today’s episode of Ikea Hackers, I will be going over an easy little twist on a crate digger’s staple… The Ikea Expedit Bookshelf This project doesn’t require too many... Read More


Teacup Hooks for Hemnes

Teacup Hooks for Hemnes Cabinet

Published on July 8th, 2014 | by Tamir K

Materials: Hemnes Glass-door cabinet We bought a Hemnes glass-door cabinet for our living/dining room as our china cabinet. Once we filled it up, we quickly realized how much wasted space there was–especially with our teacups! I bought... Read More


The cabinet with the tilt out doors open

Besta tilt out hamper

Published on July 8th, 2014 | by peters

I was searching for a solution  to create a built in hamper. The Besta cabinets turned out to be the perfect size! I used a double Besta cabinet on the bottom and added a smaller unit... Read More



Ikea Hack Attack: The DIY Munchkin Closet

Published on July 7th, 2014 | by Confessions of a Refashionista

Materials: Gorm shelf, Mulig valet & old Ikea coffee table legs I love the convenience & excitement of big city living but space is always an issue… The kiddo & her wardrobe had completely outgrown the... Read More



Better wheel for Jules

Published on July 7th, 2014 | by Hans-Peter

Materials: JULES chair I used the iconic perforated wooden seat of a broken Jules desk chair to put a seat in a broken down kart. Ironically the Jules chair was thrown away because the wheels of... Read More

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