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12 Incredible IKEA Hacks

There's no shortage in creativity when it comes to new ways to use IKEA products. Here are 12 fantastic IKEA hacks that will make you say, "Wow! That's cool!"

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IKEA Sideboard Hack

DIYer Janina used the IKEA Hyllis shelf unit to create a sideboard for her living room. Grab your glue gun, a screwdriver, saw and tape measure and get ready to transform your space with these IKEA hacks.
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IKEA Bunk Bed Hack

Photos on Mommo Design show how you can take two IKEA Kura beds and create a triple bunk bed. The result rivals any of the cool bunk beds you can buy.
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IKEA Office Desk Hack

When it was time for an office makeover, the blogger at Keeps On Ringing purchased an IKEA butcher block tabletop, steel legs and file cabinets. These IKEA hacks created a one-of-a-kind work space. And just hang some artwork and you'll have a space you'll look forward to working in.
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IKEA Shelf Hack

For a custom floating shelf look, one DIYer took IKEA Lack shelves and hung them on the wall. For a little extra support and a unique look, she added L-brackets. And you can see the process on The House on Stanford.
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IKEA Built-In Dresser Hack

Who knew you could use IKEA Tarva dressers to create master bedroom built-ins? And Check out this cool project at Simply Swider to see how they used some classic tools to transform their space with two IKEA hacks dressers and some creativity.
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Activity Table IKEA Hacks

When blogger Aimee, aka The Crazy Craft Lady, needed a storage solution for her child's toys, she turned to IKEA. She took the Trofast frame and Trofast storage boxes, along with the IKEA Linnmon table top and created this activity table complete with a storage area.
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IKEA Couch Hack

When the writer at Root Simple felt his IKEA Karlstad couch needed some repair, he made some new arms for the couch that were not only sturdy, but cat-friendly.
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IKEA Table Set Hack

See how one parent got creative and turned the IKEA Latt children's table set into a decorative masterpiece. And she used painter's tape, paint, wrapping paper and some protective finish to create this IKEA hacks kid-sized set.
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IKEA Bookcase Hack

IKEA Bookcase Hack

The IKEA Billy bookcase is one of the store's most popular items. See how clever DIYers have used the bookcases in a wide variety of ways. Also, you can try painting the bookcase for a pop of color. Photo: Courtesy of The Spruce
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IKEA Cabinet Hack

You can use IKEA cabinets, such as the Besta, to create a media center. And before you get started, don't forget to measure correctly so everything fits just right.
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IKEA Dollhouse Hack

One DIYer took the IKEA Billy bookcase, along with some screws, glue, paint and beadboard, and transformed it into a dream dollhouse.
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IKEA Headboard Hack

It was once a desk, now it's a headboard! Sarah at Pretty Providence used the IKEA Linnmon desk top as a desk until she no longer had room for it. Then she realized that the desktop fit perfectly as a headboard for her queen-sized bed. She used tape to create stripes and attached it to the wall. You could also try painting the headboard with your favorite paint.

Rachel Brougham
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