Plus, the fact that their furniture is incredibly affordable doesn’t hurt either.
But IKEA’s trademark minimalist design can make their range look a little bit too uniform.
Now I don’t know about you, but personally, a room filled with nothing besides white and oak furniture can feel a little lifeless.
Thankfully, however, there’s a way to equip your home with IKEA items that’ll have your unique personality stamped all over them.
So, if you want to learn how to turn those off-the-assembly-line pieces into a one-of-a-kind unit, then check out the 8 brilliant DIY IKEA furniture hacks below…
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8 Sneaky DIY Ikea Furniture Hacks That’ll Make Your Stuff Look Stylish
Use spray paint and faux fur to turn a chair from drab to fab.
With a bit of work you can make this simple IKEA chair pop with personality.
Found at: The Key Item
Painting IKEA Furniture
Don’t settle for the factory setting. You can easily repaint any IKEA unit to your personal liking.
Sometimes all an item needs is a good paint job in order to stand out.
Found at: Designer Trapped In A Lawyers Body
Kitchen Sideboard Transformation
Upgrade a 6-drawer chest into a kitchen sideboard by attaching pull handles.
With a lick of paint this chest of drawers goes from functional to fabulous.
Found at: All Things G&D
Pimped Out Ikea Moppe
Wrap an unfinished IKEA chest with some world map decorating paper.
It’s the gift that keeps on giving to aspiring wanderers with itchy feet.
Found at: Pillar Box Blue
Industrial Wall Planter
Repurpose a shelf unit with just a few wooden planks.
Showcase your succulents by bringing a dash of flora into your home.
Found at: Remodelaholic
Ottoman/Coffee Table Ikea Hack
Attach some foam and funky fabric to a coffee table.
This 15 minute project can help you make an interior design statement – even if you’re crunched for time.
Found at: A Purdy Little House
DIY Bar Cart
Truss up a trolley with a little bit of Gold spray paint.
Transform a Sunnersta into a striking cart — and roll this flashy drinks trolley out at every summer barbecue.
Found at: Dove Cottage
DIY Lego Table
Secure a couple of fun buckets to a small table.
It’s all fun and games with this IKEA table hack.
Found at: A Little of This, A Little of That
What’s the best piece of IKEA furniture you’ve ever bought?