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10 New IKEA Hacks for Summer!

The Vikings have struck again, this time with both home and garden ideas for the summer.  Take a children’s swing outdoors for everyone, build a beach house gate out of old shelves, some romantic bookshelves made from napkin holders and more.  Click below to see the latest and greatest in IKEA hacks!

  • Beach House Gate 1 of 9
    Beach House Gate
    A gate was made using GORM shelves.
    Get the how-to here.
  • Children’s Changing Table Day Bed 2 of 9
    Children's Changing Table Day Bed
    Guest bed makes room for a changing table.
    Get the how-to here.
  • Storybook Holder 3 of 9
    Storybook Holder
    Create some feminine book holders (perfect for a little girls room).
    Get the how-to here.
  • Vintage-Style Kitchen Table 4 of 9
    Vintage-Style Kitchen Table
    A Svalbo table was mad eto look vintage.
    Get the how-to here.
  • Billy 101 5 of 9
    Billy 101
    Make Billy shelving look like a real library with this hack.
    Get the how-to here.
  • Ikea Catalogue Bowls 6 of 9
    Ikea Catalogue Bowls
    Give a second life to the IKEA catalogue.
    Get the how-to here.
  • Lack Shelf Hack 7 of 9
    Lack Shelf Hack
    Give the lack shelf a rustic look with this hack.
    Get the how-to .
  • Grow This! 8 of 9
    Grow This!
    Grow fresh salad on your balony with these container ideas.
    Get the how-to here.
  • A Garden Swing 9 of 9
    A Garden Swing
    A PS SVINGA children's swing goes outside for everyone!
    Get the how-to here

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Jan is the co-founder of Poppytalk, a blog about the beautiful, the decayed and the handmade and Poppytalk Handmade, an online curated marketplace. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

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