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]
Emily from On the V Side refers to herself as a “storage-a-holic” and says she can never have enough storage space. Sounds like a girl after my own heart! While finishing her basement, it was no surprise that Emily was quick to start tackling the storage situation. One of her projects involved refabbing an inexpensive [...Read More]
Brit from House Updated needed a kids’ play table that was big enough for large coloring books, Legos, and for two kids to sit side-by-side when the table was pushed against the wall. Her existing table was too small and had seen better days. Brit decided it was time to make a new one to [...Read More]
Mary from At Home on the Bay needed some extra storage in her spare bedroom and decided the Ikea Rast dresser would work perfectly. Mary wasn’t quite sure how she would paint it until she was inspired by the black and white design on a chest from Anthropologie. Plus, Mary says she knew it was [...Read More]
Becca at From Gardners to Bergers shows how easy it is to take a plain old pillow from dull to darling in no time! All Becca did was glue (yes, glue!) pom pom trim onto a cheapo IKEA cover. Becca says, “Start to finish the whole project took less than 30 minutes and cost less [...Read More]
Taryn from Design, Dining, and Diapers has been revamping her master bedroom, toning down the glam in favor of a modern farmhouse look. She loves the look of antique pharmacy lamps and knew it would be perfect for her updated space. Taryn shares at Tatertots & Jello how she refabbed an IKEA lamp with spray [...Read More]
Last summer Therese from Fresh Idea Studio got to spend quality DIY time with her oldest daughter updating her bedroom. One of the things her then soon-to-be high schooler wanted in the space was a beautiful Mongolian lamb fur stool like Jonathan Adler’s $1,595.00 one. Yikes! Of course, Therese worked her magic to make a similar vanity stool for less than $50 using supplies from IKEA.