12 Fantastic IKEA Hacks You Can DIY To Save Money

Giving life to old and unused items in your home is a great way to save money but also to clear out the things that you really don’t need from your home. It helps you open up storage space as well as improve your crafting skills.
You can find plenty of DIY ideas on our site that will show you how to craft pretty much anything from pretty much anything. Today, we will show you how to repurpose things that you have bought from IKEA that you no longer use with the help of some simple yet amazing IKEA hacks that you can DIY.

IKEA is great for its friendly prices, modern design and cutting-edge products. While their furniture is relative simple in design, most of their clients don’t want them to look like cheap and simple once installed in their home. If you are one of those people that are eager to find ways to refashion them, you’re in the right place.

In this new collection of 12 Fantastic IKEA Hacks You Can DIY To Save Money, we are going to show you some handy ways you can give new life to some of the things that you might have bought from IKEA. It doesn’t matter whether or not you have used them before, now is the time to use them some more. Enjoy!

Transform an Ikea Rast dresser into a bedide table

Ikea Nightstand into Adorable Bathroom Storage

DIY IKEA Hack Desk Under $60:

Basket Pet Bed

DIY Coffee Mugs and K-Cup Holder with IKEA’s Fintorp Organizer

12 Fantastic IKEA Hacks You Can DIY To Save Money

DIY Command Center with Storage and Chalkboard

New Craftroom Desk Hacked from IKEA Rast Dresser

Small Bridge Bookshelf

DIY Utensil Ladder IKEA Hacks

DIY Wire Basket Side Table

Vintage Inspired Kitchen Island

Bookshelf Storage Bench



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