Hemnes Entryway Hack

Published on September 24th, 2014 | by Katie Mutter

Materials: Hemnes Bookcase, Hemnes Bridging Shelf, Hemnes TV Bench Based on some other Ikea hacks, we used a Hemnes TV bench, bookcase, and bridging shelf to create an awesome entryway for our house. Steps: 1. Cut,... Read More

Monitor & Laptop Stands


Double Lack laptop table

Published on September 23rd, 2014 | by Alexander Pruss

Materials: Two Lack tables I wanted a table that could be used for a laptop by the sofa. This table is made from two Lack tables. Take a Lack leg. Cut a segment at one end... Read More

Monitor & Laptop Stands


Desk shelf with lighting

Published on September 23rd, 2014 | by Angelo Mateo

Materials: ANSLUTA, Capita, EKBY JÄRPEN, INREDA I’ve been browsing Ikea Hackers for quite a while now for inspiration. Just recently, I moved into a new apartment and it got me thinking about how to improve my... Read More



Electronic Planisphere with Arduino Uno

Published on September 23rd, 2014 | by rxr

Materials: Ribba Framework 70*100 cm I wanted to build an electronic planisphere as i could not find anything that suited me. In fact, I didn’t find any. I finally bought an Ikea Ribba Frame, some blue... Read More


Hack 3b

A MICKE Drawing Desk

Published on September 23rd, 2014 | by Michael Alesich

Materials: MICKE Cabinet on Castors, RIBBA Picture Ledge (550 mm), TERTIAL Work Lamp Stage 1 – Desk space A few years back I picked up a Large MICKE Cabinet (Now discontinued it seems) to hold my... Read More


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Medal Hanger

Published on September 22nd, 2014 | by Lazaros Filippidis

Materials: BYGEL grey/silver rail, Ribba Picture Ledge, RIKTIG curtain hooks with clip It doesn’t matter if you are a champion or an amateur athlete, if you have earned some medals it is great to put them... Read More


MALM hack 5

MALM glass plate and DIODER LED wall light

Published on September 22nd, 2014 | by Sebastian

Materials: BEHANDLA woodoil white, DIODER RGB LED, MALM glass plate white LED wall lamps are quite expensive so I looked for a nice looking cheaper alternative. When walking though IKEA I saw the DIODER light strips... Read More

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