94 cool and interesting IKEA hacks shared by members of this design-savvy online community (new pics)
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It’s hard to imagine furniture and interior design without the influence of IKEA, the Swedish home furnishings retailer that has become a global phenomenon. , the world would be a whole different place.
Entrance, stage left: The IKEA Hacks subredditA popular online community that brings together IKEA enthusiasts from all over the world who are passionate about “modifying” furniture and furnishings to create great looking interiors. Some upcycle and repaint, others combine different IKEA products in unexpected ways. Check out some of the best recent pics and modding tips in the sub below.
Upvote your favorite hacks (and share some of your own!) bored panda Here’s a previous post on the subreddit: part 1 When part 2Also, if you’re an IKEA fan and like the idea behind the subreddit, consider joining the subreddit. they are a friendly group.