This home was designed by integrating IKEA furniture and systems with some of our favourite accessories, lights, and art by local artists. This IKEA Hack home is the ultimate DIY high-low project with clever modifications to some basic IKEA pieces, your home can be both beautiful to look at and make the most of accessible furniture.
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UPGRADE YOUR BED: A king size MALM bed is hacked by using infill panels to extend the headboard wall to wall. The headboard is wrapped with foam and finished in a soft grey wool felt. Wall mounted BESTA units frame the bed and serve as night tables.
REIMAGINED TODDLERS BED: Reimagine the KURA bed by adding a roofline and white washing the bedframe. This simple structure transforms into endless possibilities for a child’s imagination.
LIVING ROOM FEATURE WALL: A great living room feature wall using BESTÅ wall units can be arranged to create a striking composition while maximizing storage across the 10-ft high ceilings. More BESTÅ units are installed at the seated height and paired with DIY wood cubbies for the perfect reading bench.
SOPHISTICATED COFFEE TABLE: Legs of Ikea Stockholm Coffee Table paired with new custom stadium shape tabletop in terra cotta colour.
DIY WINDOW SEAT: Under a windowsill, EKET cubes are used to create a structure and storage for a DIY window seat.
DINING SPACE UPGRADE: A SALMI glass table gets a fresh new look by powder coating the chrome table base navy blue. Complementing the new blue tones with dark ODGER dining chairs, a design that is both sustainable and beautiful.