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IKEA Furniture Remix: 22 Awesome DIY Hacks

By gabrielleblair |

IKEA is the place to go for affordable and smart furniture…that can easily be turned into something even more awesome. (If you’re into that sort of thing.) “Hacking”, as it is known amongst the DIY crowd, has resulted in a whole host of awesome (and cheap) tutorials like the chevron trim dresser pictured above. I’ve gathered 21 more equally impressive hacks below, click through for some DIY transformation inspiration!

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Awesome And Absolutely Affordable IKEA Hacks

Moroccan Inspired ERSLEV Rug

Transform a basic ERSLEV rug with a printable stencil and some fabric paint.
via A Little Bite Of Everything

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Gabrielle Blair is author of the popular Design Mom blog and a founder of Kirtsy — an influential social media community for women. Gabrielle also blogs at Babble's Family Style. She lives with her husband and six children in Normany, France. Read bio and latest posts → Read Gabrielle's latest posts →

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One thought on “IKEA Furniture Remix: 22 Awesome DIY Hacks

  1. Joyceline says:

    I like the ikea style furniture

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