I got pretty excited when I saw this IKEA hack from Stacy at Anastasia Village. Yes, it is that good! Stacy couldn’t wait to get her hands on one of IKEA’s unfinished wood dressers and see what she could do with it. Her inspiration came from a secretary desk from Pottery Barn that resembles a […Read More]
I’ve seen enough IKEA hacks that you wouldn’t think I’d be amazed when I came across a new transformation. However, Sara of Sincerely, Sara d blew me away with this glamorous makeover of the IKEA Rast dresser. Sara gave the originally plain, unfinished dresser the look of luxury with mirrored drawers, decorative trim, and baluster […Read More]
Bharati of Techie’s DIY Adventures fell in love with the size and unique feet on the IKEA Trysil chest and couldn’t help but bring one home. Her initial plan was to wrap the dresser in fabric, but that changed the minute she saw a blue campaign dresser from One Kings Lane. Bharati gave her dresser […Read More]
Susan from Saw Nail and Paint was shopping online when she came across an eye-catching coral dresser with brass hardware. It then continued to “stalk” her by popping up in advertisements for weeks. Susan took it as a sign and decided the coral beauty would become the inspiration for her next furniture piece. She snagged […Read More]
Jen from Girl in the Garage has started 2015 off with a bang with this awesome IKEA hack. Since Jen lives far from IKEA, she doesn’t usually have access to their budget-friendly furnishings. However, when Jen finally had the opportunity to visit the store, she snatched up a RAST chest for only $34.99 to make […Read More]
Angela from Blue i Style was browsing furniture stores when she came across a gorgeous dresser with leather drawer pulls. She knew the $1,600 dresser was way too expensive and impractical for her toddler son’s bedroom. However, Angela also knew an IKEA Hemnes dresser would look great dressed up with leather hardware and created her […Read More]
Sarah from Funcycled planned to refinish a mid-century modern dresser and wanted to do something outside-the-box. She came across West Elm’s patchwork dresser and new it would be the perfect look for her dresser. Sarah and her husband got to work sanding the dresser, painting the box white, and then staining the drawers in a variety of finishes. I love the contrast of the crisp white paint and stain. This is such a fun, statement-making piece!