IKEA's DUKTIG play kitchen is a godsend for parents with kitchen-oriented kids, but why not make it a little snazzier? Babykins did just that, adding subway tile, a metallic gold-painted faucet, mood lighting, and itty-bitty accessories to make the perfect grown-up kitchen for little ones.
There are times when you see some furniture or decorating projects which you think would suit your house but could never replicate. This could be because you think you don’t have the money, skills or resources to put such projects into practice.
Ikea Hack Latt Kids Table - painted white, chalkboard paint on top, black vinyl on seats, ikea hanger and metal containers, paper roll on bottom (ikea paper is too long and must be cut, instead buy paper roll from lowes in painting drop cloth section for $3), two wood strips on sides to hold paper and for easy tear off. TIP: when painting do NOT lay all parts out and paint. the bottom pieces do not need paint. Put together without table and seat tops and paint
I’m a fan of any good furniture makeover, but an IKEA hack really gets me excited. I love that the original pieces are affordable and accessible for anyone who wants to recreate the project. Jenny’s built-ins made from Billy bookcases […]