Thank you all for making this a GREAT #hackstothemax series! See all the IKEA Hacks to the Max posts here (and all our previous IKEA posts here), and be sure to subscribe by RSS or email to get updates for every post, so you won’t miss the next great thing we have coming up!
We have over 60 great IKEA projects shared the party (plus we added some of our favorites from our site 🙂 — wahoo! (I’ll leave the party open for another couple of days so you can add yours if you haven’t had a chance, yet.) Here are a few of our favorites, and be sure to check them all out below!
70+ Awesome IKEA Hacks
This dresser hack turned built-in window seat is SO fun for a kids room over at Petal and Ply!
Jenna Sue Designs applied her amazing skills to the basic PAX wardrobe and made it beautiful inside and out!
The RAST is super versatile (and cheap!) so it gets hacked in so many great ways — Life on Virginia Street turned it into a printer stand for her gorgeous home office! Smart!
We shared this one here (and here) but oh my word, we just LOVE Betty’s sofa SO MUCH. The tufts and the DIY tapered legs, it’s just so perfect. Get the details for the tufted cushions over at Oh Everything Handmade.
Another RAST… but we just love it! Home Made by Carmona turned 2 dressers and some extra lumber into an awesome wardrobe. An easy update — A Shade of Teal painted and swapped the glass Vittsjo shelves for wood to make a fun and versatile kid-friendly shelving unit for her daughter’s room.
And last but not least… possibly the CUTEST of the RAST hacks — 2 Bees in a Pod made this rast look like an old rotary phone dial, and it makes me smile every time I look at it!
See all the other IKEA hacks here and show them some love!
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Lorene has been behind the scenes here at Remodelaholic for more than a decade! She believes that planning projects and actually completing them are two different hobbies, but that doesn't stop her from planning at least a dozen projects at any given time. She spends her free time creating memories with her husband and 5 kids, traveling as far as she can afford, and partaking of books in any form available.