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I bet we all love to hack IKEA! If you do then this roundup is exactly what you need - Christmas is just around the corner and we've gathered some cool ideas for hacking IKEA items for decorating. There are no links to tutorials as most of these articles can easily be made by yourself - no instructions are required, believe me! Check out what we have prepared!
If you need an additional or alternative Christmas tree, IKEA has some pretty items that you can easily remodel. Take IKEA Ribba moldings and create a tree on which to place various decorative items. This is a very cool idea that offers some storage space and you can put your family pictures there. An IVAR side unit can be decorated with ornaments, and lights can be used to create a tree right on the wall. There are many more ideas. Just turn on your imagination.
Use KNOPPANG frames to create modern wreaths or make any artificial sheepskin you have bought. A LATTJO tire can be used as a wreath frame to be decorated with various objects. Even an ordinary IKEA fake sheepskin can be used to make a cool Christmas wreath, and it's a super easy and quick decoration to try out.
Create an advent calendar now - there are still enough days left! Use IKEA grilles or VINTER stands and lots of other IKEA things, depending on the look you want. You can even use multiple IKEA units to create a cool advent calendar on the wall.
Other decorating ideas
Take IKEA Rotera lanterns and design them as centerpieces or other decorations for your home and outdoor areas - fill them with pine cones, ornaments, blossoms, or just use them as candle lanterns surrounding them with vines, pine cones and lots of greenery. Template HEAT coasters, to make a cool Christmas present, hang up some GADDIS baskets decorated with greenery and pine cones. Use an IKEA gingerbread house kit to create a pretty decoration that is also edible. Get 365+ carafes from IKEA to create a cool vacation drink station. Get creative and do something very unusual and cool, Merry Christmas!