At the last IKEA sale, the RIBBA picture ledge was marked down and I grabbed two of them, without knowing what I would do with them. So I did a search on it and lo and behold, found so many interested uses for it. Some that even I had forgotten.
The advantage of the picture ledge is its width. It’s so slim it can practically fit anywhere, as you will see from these awesome hacks and unusual ideas. All pretty easy to DIY too.
In the entryway
When you don’t have a spacious landing, a RIBBA picture Ledge can work wonders. Use it to catch your mail and keys. Go one step further with a customized LEGO key holder. Click to see complete tutorial.
In the kitchen
Discreet wine rack
It is wide enough for regular wine bottles and the lower lip stops the bottles rolling off. Carol mounted the ledges up on her kitchen alcove, making use of the space and keeping the bottles out of sight. Click to see it.
Spices and utensil rack
Add a GRUNDTAL rail to the underside of the RIBBA picture ledge and you’ve doubled its usefulness. Spice jars go on top, utensils under. Read more.
In the living room
Mount the RIBBA picture ledges all around the room to give your cat a skyway to run on. And a cool place to perch and ignore humans. See the full post here.
To display your favourite things
Use the RIBBA ledge to display your collections. See how it’s done.
Light up the wall
A RIBBA picture ledge and LEDBERG LED lights make an unusual light fixture. Read more.
In the kid’s room
High bed bookshelf
Mount a RIBBA picture ledge — sideways — to the KURA bed’s side panel and you have a space to slot all your kid’s favourite bedtime books. See how it’s done here.
No KURA bed? No problem. Attach 2 picture ledges to a board and DIY your own mini bookshelf. Just the right height for tods. Click for complete tutorial.
In the home office
Raise your monitor
Prop up your monitor with this sleek monitor stand made from a shelf and sized down RIBBA ledges. Read more.
A tablet stand
Minimal, almost zen like tablet stand. See details here.
In the garage
Organize your tools
Build a cheap and easy wall-mounted tool rack. Take a RIBBA Picture Ledge and put a lot of holes into it. See it here.
Hold up your bike
No fancy pants bike rack here. Just two RIBBA picture ledges, a nylon rope and a carabiner. See the full post here.