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diy ikea wardrobe hacks

Ikea is famous and loved all over the world because these people manage to design simple but very cool and timeless furniture that can easily fit in with a lot of modern and different interiors. However, sometimes these simple pieces seem boring to you and if you are creative enough you can hack them. Ikea hacks are a very popular topic – there are thousands of ways to hack any piece! Today I’m sharing some DIYs for those of you in need of a closet and these are hacked Ikea wardrobes, dressers, and shelves that have been turned into cool wardrobes or cabinets.

This wardrobe is made from Ikea Billy – big, white and Swedish, almost an ideal for a man! Add some clothes rails, a white shelf and brackets, a little tweak to make Billy a little taller, and you have a closet system for less than $ 100 per closet! For more information on how to turn this piece into a closet, see the source.

Ikea Pax wardrobe and a couple of Rast dressers will be a beautiful modern piece of clothing in one! Make a list of all of the things you want to keep, then sketch out a basic plan of where you want your shelves to fall. You need to measure the height of hanging objects and certain tall shoes like boots. This wardrobe is painted black but you can choose any color you like – it’s up to you.

Children’s wardrobes are usually quite expensive as a lot of other things are made specifically for the little ones. Those that look good and have good functionality are especially expensive. If you’re looking for a cheaper solution, you can turn an IKEA’s computer cabinet into a beautiful closet. The transformation involves painting and covering some surfaces with wallpaper. Interested? Read the tutorial!

The IKEA Aneboda wardrobe can be easily and cheaply transformed into a country style wardrobe! This piece can get a custom barn door style look! It’s amazing what some colors and simple hacking tricks can do! Put some baskets in it to give it an even more rustic look and voila!

More about hacking the Ikea Pax wardrobe here! The author of this article built a real closet from two Ikea Pax pieces and modified it according to his needs. The doors have also been changed to match the style of the room and there are drawers for baskets and convenient shoe racks – anything you dream of!

IKEA Besta shelves and Pax wardrobes have been hacked into a stylish and functional closet in this tutorial. The shelves are used as bookcases and pax wardrobes for clothes, so the piece is extremely smart and practical. Enjoy!

Ikea Fjell wardrobe is a simple piece, but let’s hack it in the cool way! This hack turned a fell piece into a whitewashed piece with pallet shelves and goes perfectly with a beach inspired space. I like? Make one that reads the exact instructions!

The Aneboda wardrobe from Ikea is an integral part of rental apartments everywhere. However, if you are not a fan of the semi-transparent plastic and you think it looks messy when you see the clothes inside, you can easily hack it. Remove the plastic panels and replace them with fabric, which will make the wardrobe unique and add a bit more flair. Looks very special, love it!

Boho chic and folk decor is very popular now, and if you want to add such flavor to your space in an easy way, there is an excellent way to do it - add a wall hanging. Today we're going to see how to make woven wall hangings of various types - they look very boho and aren't that difficult to make.

This cool boho wall art is made of brightly colored thread, scraps and yarn and appears to be floating in the air as the finished piece is glued to a glass or white cardboard of the frame. Looks really wow and is very convenient to wall or hang wherever you want.

This tutorial will teach you how to make a home decor rainbow pompom weave piece - an idea like this is sure to add color to your space. It's great for boho rooms and kids' rooms too, and bright pompoms attached to white thread create a bold contrast.

These wall hangings are made for the vacation, but I actually think pinks, muted greens, and whites are great for any time. You can also change the colors. The pieces look very boho and using pastel colors can add a fresh springtime touch to your room.

If you like the ocean and the ocean, this tutorial is for you! Here's how to make three pieces that show the sea, clouds, and sky. All of them are not difficult and look so beautiful together - this is a beautiful arrangement for any ocean-inspired space.

Here's another rainbow-inspired weave, and this one shows a large rainbow with pendulous colored pompons - as if it were rainbow rain falling from the cloud. Such a wall hanging is ideal for those who love bold colors and it can be hung up as a nursery mobile. Children also love bright colors and rainbows!

Don't you wanna weave Forget it! This colorful wall art is made of elastic bands and looks like a woven work of art. It's not difficult or takes a lot of effort, and you can do an ombre piece if you want. The authors are in pink and orange. So get some inspiration if you don't want to weave!

This lovely red, pink, and white piece has added texture and some posable knots as well as fringing. Let yourself be inspired and give the room a boho-chic feel. Do it on a wooden stick and hang the piece wherever you want, add a boho touch to your room!

Make your first woven wall hanging in different colors with a strong boho feel! The piece is attached to a large branch to make it more folk. The piece is pretty easy to make and has some knots and fringes in it. I totally love it and the fact that it's easy means any starter will get it.

Are you feeling patriotic? Make this amazing red, blue, and white wall hanging with long fringes and strands of pearls. The edge is longer than the weave itself, it looks unusual and I totally love it! It is an ideal craft for the 4th gradeth from July, but it can be current at any time.

Add an earthy touch to your room with this pretty wall hanging in shades of rust, orange, brown and black! Fringes and knots make it more folk and it's sure to add that folk chic to this room that makes it trendy. Find out how to weave that in the source.

This colorful wall hanging is made with an embroidery frame. It's very colorful and not traditional. I wouldn't say it has a lot of boho chic, more colors, and more fun. This is a nice idea for a colorful room, or on the contrary - for a neutral room to add color to.

This colorful piece of weave is just what you need to add fun to your space. I love the pink fringes! You also get hints of red, white, and light blue to make the room even more colorful. Enjoy the bold colors and simple weaving techniques and have fun!

This weave is a simple loom piece with different colors, knots and fringes - this is a great idea for any beginner. Make a few of these to add a boho / folk touch to your space. Now frame the pieces and attach them to the wall or put on your mantelpiece, voila!

This super colorful piece of weave is a great idea for those with a few hoops on hand. You can also turn it into a pretty and colorful dream catcher - just add some yarn and beads or feathers and you're done!

Choose strong colors! This is a pretty woven wall hanging with wool roving - so colorful, so bold! Red, pink, mint and white yarn is used for this, and its long fringes and bold look are sure to add an accent to your room. What a beautiful idea, inspired by spring or summer!

This wall hanging really inspires! The piece has negative space and black, lots of black! Negative space is very popular now and the black and white combo is timeless. Do it and make a bold statement with this woven work of art in your space, enjoy!

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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