IKEA furniture is very popular and I bet it will be. So if you have some IKEA items at home, it’s high time to hack them! Today we’re taking a look at dressers and ways to change them – from repainting to repurposing! Check out the cuties below!
Paint and switch handles
Repainting and changing knobs or handles, or even removing knobs is the most popular type of furniture hack you can find. Choose the right color or color, find matching knobs or handles and off you go! There are many tutorials on the internet that will help you turn your piece into something you really want and need. You can also convert your dresser into another unit if needed – a bedside table, home bar, changing table, console table, or something else.
There are plenty of other hacks too: you can cover the dresser with inlays, you can use wall panels as decor, you can freshen up the look with removable decals, you can uncouple the drawers and even cover them with leather or fabric! The simplest hack is to change handles or buttons and don’t do anything else – this won’t take much time and anyone can do it. Your piece can get a whole new look – it can resemble a library cabinet, apothecary cabinet, vintage chest, or any other desired piece. Mix up different types of hacking, decor and details, reuse and freshen up. You get your own unique item from a simple IKEA chest of drawers!
Tired of scattered coins everywhere? We have a great idea! Make a piggy bank out of waste material. You don't even have to buy something new, just don't throw away an egg carton or can of french fries. A little effort and some acrylic paint, and here you have an excellent money box made with your own hands that not only allows you to keep all the small coins in one place, but can also be an interesting decoration in your interior, in particular it will be suitable for a nursery. And a kid will definitely not only like to make that kid's handmade item, but also put coins there, it will be tested!
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Video shows how to recycle a Pringles can and get a nice coin bank