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10 Best Bathroom Hacks

Check it out!  I did a double take when I first saw this bathroom hack this week!  Are those vases as bricks as a room divider?  Um yup and certainly one of my most favorite (and extravagant) IKEA hacks yet.  It inspired me to round-up some of the best bathroom hacks for a post this week which includes an IKEA salad bowl as a sink to a kitchen skimmer (utensil) as a very cool soap dish!  Some good stuff! Check out the above and other clever bathroom hacks in the slideshow below!


  • Soap Dish from Kitchen Skimmer 1 of 10
    One of the coolest hacks I've seen in a while, using a kitchen skimmer utensil as an inside sink soap dish. (Prevents soapy mess)!
    Via ikeahackers.net.
  • 1950’s Bathroom Revamp 2 of 10
    A 1950's bathroom is updated successfully using an Akurum cabinet.
    Via ikeahackers.net.
  • Bekvam Kitchen Cart Vanity 3 of 10
    A cheap solution for a bathroom vanity using a BEKVAM kitchen cart.
    Via ikeahackers.net.
  • Islands aren’t just for kitchens! 4 of 10
    A double date in the bath with two islands hacked into vanities.
    Via ikeahackers.net.
  • Outdoor Decking Becomes Spa Bath Mat 5 of 10
    Ikea's Platta outdoor decking becomes a spa-like bath mat.
    Via ikeahackers.net.
  • Vases Become Wall 6 of 10
    A stunning idea! Nearly 1000 REKTANGLE vases are used to create this brick-like room divider.
    Via ikeahackers.net.
  • Salad Bowl Becomes Sink Basin 7 of 10
    An old drinking fountain assembly found at a salvage shop is retrofitted with a larger bowl, a 14" IKEA Blanda Blank serving bowl!
    Via ikeahackers.net.
  • LACK Bookshelf Vanity 8 of 10
    A clever (and rather attractive) hack using a LACK Bookshelf.
    Via ikeahackers.net.
  • Vanity From Chest of Drawers 9 of 10
    Antoher clever hack using a chest of drawers for a vanity.
    Via ikeahackers.net.
  • Space Saving Hamper 10 of 10
    IKEA SANDNES shoe cabinets become space saving clothes hamper! Clever, clever!
    Via ikeahackers.net.

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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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