Looking a new way to make some refreshment for your home? You want some easy and cheap? Than you are on the right place. If ikea is your lovely place where you always buy your stuff for your home that maybe it is time to make ikea furniture look little bit more expensive. Yes there are several amazing ideas that can make your ikea stuff look more expensive and that will be a good decision for your new home refreshment. Take a look below and enjoy!
Turn an Ikea shelf into a Pottery Barn Ledge
IKEA HACK – REPLACING LEGS ON AN IKEA COUCH
These brass corners ($5 for a set of eight from Amazon) will jazz up a Lack table ($10).
Cover the coffee table with marble contact paper
Paint a Norden sideboard ($79.99) to look dip-dyed.
Make Your Own Stylish Corkboard – Turn cheap Norrlida frames ($12.99) into cork boards
With a little gold spray paint and faux marble finishing, a Vittsjö nesting coffee table ($59.99) looks like you paid $800 for it.
Easy Ikea Hack: Two Rugs are Better Than One
Use a vintage belt to hang the Bondis wall clock ($19.99)
Create a built-in bookshelf wall in your living room by mixing together Billy and Besta
Turn the Nornäs side table into an elegant bar cart
Wrap the cord of the Foto pendant ($29.99) with three-ply jute twine
Turn a Hemnes shoe cabinet ($129.99) into a faux library catalog
Make a foot stool less generic by staining it walnut and dip-painting the top
Make a Förhöja cart look like a custom piece for your kitchen
Remove the wrinkles from your IKEA slipcovers
Transform a Tarva dresser ($149) into a kitchen sideboard
Turn the Antonius laundry hamper frame ($9.99) into a nightstand
These storage boxes look like you paid 10 times as much for them
Cover a Malm dresser with O’verlays