Everyone loves IKEA furniture. It is affordable, with modern design and easily fits in most interior styles. Many people, however, appreciate the uniqueness of furniture but sometimes custom made pieces have a really high price tag. How to customize your furniture and give it a unique look? Check out these cool IKEA hacks ideas and get inspired!
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Cool IKEA hacks ideas – simple tricks and tips
IKEA furniture is popular all over the world as it is durable, stylish and cost-effective. If you are one of the people who think that IKEA furniture is too ordinary for your taste with some tools, creativity and some free time, the furniture can be transformed into something unique. One of the easiest and cool IKEA hacks ideas which is also quite cheap is to change the color of your IKEA furniture piece.
A wooden table for your balcony will be immediately transformed with the help of a few vibrant colors. On ordinary looking wardrobe, nightstand or a breakfast bar can have a new modern look if you painted it in a fashionable trendy color which will match your interior. For a shabby look, sand the edges of the furniture and give it a more authentic vintage appearance. If you wanted a more industrial feel – a metallic paint and stainless steel hardware will help you customize your chest of drawers.
Cool IKEA hacks ideas – changing the upholstery or the tabletop
Customizing furniture can be quite tricky especially for people who are on a tight budget! There are some cool IKEA hacks ideas which feature upholstered furniture. If you are not happy with the color or the pattern, just change it. First, you will have a color that will match your room and second – your furniture piece will no longer look like an IKEA piece.
A standard sofa upholstered in a trendy color will look totally chic and way more expensive than it actually is. The same thing applies for your dining chairs. You can completely change the atmosphere in the dining room and add glamour and style by simply changing the upholstery. Enjoy the gallery bellow and the creative “hack” ideas.