Cheap DIY IKEA Stuff Makeovers

Take a look these IKEA stuff makeovers. All of them have gone from plain to expensive-looking! Enjoy!

1. Gild your Malm dresser with gold contact paper:


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2. Jazz up a Lack coffee table with gorgeous paint and brass corners:

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3. Cover the table top with marble contact paper don’t cost you a lot:

For full instructions at: sylandsam.com

4. Turn this $20 Ikea chair into a designer piece with a can of gold spray paint:

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5. Transform IKEA besta and Billy bookcase combo into a wall unit that looks more expensive, by adding crown molding and lights to the top of it:

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6. Remove the Ikea legs and screw those signature tapered legs to make an awesome makeover on a white Lack coffee table:

For more detail at: triplemaxtons.com

7. Give a Hemnes dresser or Malm drawers a drastic face lift through adding brass corner braces and a brass pulls to each drawer:

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Or IKEA Malm Drawers Makeover:

More detail at: jackiedici.com

8. Use 3-ply jute twine to wrap the cord of an Ikea Foto pendant:

For full instructions at: designsponge.com

9. Cover the plain IKEA headboard with pieces of Stikwood made from reclaimed barrel oak boards:

For more detail at: sugarandcloth.com

10. DIY a furry stool from an IKEA marius stool and an Rens sheepskin rug:

For more detail at: thekitchykitchen.com

11. Transform this Ikea Hemnes Shoe holder into a faux library card catalog:

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12. Fill all the shelf holes in Ikea cabinets and bookcases with these amazing little plastic pieces:


For full instructions at: storefrontlife.com


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