A few of you noticed this from last week’s make your own art project, but YES! The pink dresser is in fact a DIY! I’ve always wanted a colorful dresser and somehow was able to convince Ryan to let me go pink when discussing our bedroom makeover…thank god we’re getting married! Since our budget is tight (that wedding is not going to pay for itself), instead of splurging on a designer dresser, I decided to give a classic Ikea one a makeover. Here’s how: Continue reading…
I’m still in the process of furnishing our apartment and am trying my best to avoid Ikea. Don’t get me wrong, they have some great pieces, but if you get too many in one room is starts to feel like you actually live in an Ikea/college dorm room. After seeing these projects, however, I’m starting to think there’s hope after all. If I came across these items on their own, I would have never guessed they were Ikea hacks. And that’s what makes them brilliant and certainly worth the try.
1. Ombre Plant House by Monster Circus
2. Ikea Hack Stikwood Headboard by Sugar & Cloth