Pieds de meubles
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These IKEA hacks show how to refresh your tired, time-worn IKEA pieces into stylish, customized storage treasure for any room in your home. With a few DIY skills and some creative thinking you could go from this...
Let's start out with one of the most popular IKEA pieces to hack is definetely the IVAR seies. It's beautiful in its simplicity and can be varied infinetely with its untreated wooden doors. They are also beyond practical and fit perfectly in narrow hallways or passages as sideboard storages.
One of the easiest yet most effective IKEA Ivar hacks? Old fashioned paint and set of knobs! Painting the cabinets the same sand color as the walls creates a fancy monochrome, tone on tone effect. Adding wooden knobs brings warmth and a calming vibe to the room in the beautiful home of @homebyfell . It surely doesn't get much easier (or more stylish) than this.
You don't have to forfeit beauty when maximizing utility. This hack by @thebusyrooster combines two Ikea IVAR cabinets to create a stunningly colorful credenza. To take this IVAR to the next level, she painted them in contrasting (yet matching) colour blocks. And to get her new creation off the ground she added our Greta legs and Agda handles, both in matte black steel with knurled details to add some extra chiqness.
This hack takes a bit of work with the jigsaw, painting and attaching the rattan weave, but it surely transforms the inexpensive IVAR cabinet into a real designer piece! We love the warm notes and the sense of craftmanship in this pic. For a full tutorial, head over to @megmonde instagram account. Thank you Meg for inspiring us! :)
If your small space kitchen is seriously short on storage, this easy Ikea Bestå hack by Annie from @blairhousedesign will solve your problem. She used 3 cabinets to fake built-in cabinetry and added our adjustable Elsie legs and Hjördis handles to bring some warmth and pizzazz to the room.
Ok, let's be honest... this absolutely stunning IKEA hack takes a bit of work and requires it's fair share of patience. But it really isn't too hard if you master the preparations. This is what you need; matching paint, wooden rods, our Lilian knobs and Otto 100 legs. Head over to @lukearthurwells for more detailed "how to" if you fancy trying something similar.
Looking for ways to update that old IKEA Kallax unit? Check out how Kim from @xomyhome totally transformed her unit with some wooden rods, paint and our Hedvig legs. Definitely looks like a one of a kind designer piece now! You'll find all the yummie how-to details over at her instagram account.
And last but surely not least - think outside the box with the much-loved Billy bookcases! The talented @frokenrubinen cut her Billy bookcase to fit her space and painted it in the same colours as the wall. And instead of placing it vertically, she placed it horizontally and added our Hugo legs in chrome which definetely added that extra spark of luxury.
Notre fierté est d'être à l'avant-garde d'un nouvel élément de design dans le domaine de la décoration intérieure : les pieds de meubles ! Ce détail fondamental a été mis de côté pendant trop longtemps et reçoit maintenant l'attention qu'il mérite. passionnés par les détails et le design, et nous savons à quel point un accessoire unique, comme un bijou ou une chaussure, peut rehausser la personnalité. Il en va de même pour les meubles.