10 Ikea Hacks for the Kitchen
This beautiful kitchen hack, made with three Billy bookcases, accomplishes several things. It acts as a room divider, a support column, extra storage, and extra counter space!
You could buy a simple Bekvam kitchen cart and call it done, but why not take it up a notch and turn it into an expensive-looking kitchen cart with a marble top and a snazzy towel rod?
If you have a small kitchen and need an island for seating, extra storage, and more counter space, check this IKEA hack that will give you all that… and more! This kitchen hack uses an Expedit (or Kallax) shelving unit, a Lagan countertop, and Branas baskets.
Attach a couple of Bygel rails to your cabinet doors to hold your pot lids. So clever! Click on the link below for another great Ikea hack to add a bit more organization to the inside of your cabinet doors.
Add more storage to your kitchen with toe-kick drawers using shallow kitchen drawers from Ikea. Cover them with brass sheet metal to add a whole lot of glam to your kitchen! So gorgeous.
Hack a Kallax bookcase and turn it into a cute bar cart to add to your kitchen. It’s a fairly simple hack for a gorgeous result!
Stack wooden IKEA CD drawers and use the drawers to store spices, cans, and all of your non-perishables and use the whole unit as a pantry. Label every drawer so you know where everything is!
Sometimes a great Ikea hack is simply buying two of something and putting them together. See how pushing two kitchen carts together and adding shelving above has transformed a blank wall in a kitchen!
If you have a blank wall and no pantry, add a couple of Ikea Pax wardrobes and finish it off with trim to make it look built-in. For extra credit, turn a large gap between a wardrobe and a wall into a narrow broom closet!
House all of your kitchen appliances in this spacious and clever appliance garage hacked from two Galant roll-front cabinets and base kitchen cabinets. Add a lot of electrical outlets to make it even more efficient!
What other Ikea hacks for the kitchen have you seen? Have you tried an Ikea kitchen hack yourself?