Who does not like a good IKEA Furniture Hack? Given how sleek and reasonably priced they are, it is hard not to own a piece of IKEA for your home. But then again, so does everybody else! The best thing to do to give your minimalist IKEA furniture a bit of personality is to make it your own or at least tweak it a little. Here are 12 IKEA Furniture Hacks for your Bedroom that is cleverly done and look good. With that in mind, yes there thousands of other IKEA bedroom hacks out there, but we picked these 12 for several reasons; a) not much work for substantial effect b) can be easily done over a weekend – hence project will less likely be abandoned; and c) won’t cost you much. Enjoy!
IKEA Mandel Bed Frame
The Mandel bed frame is used as a storage closet in this tiny home.
IKEA Billy’s Bookcase
Transform the humble Billy’s bookcase into this amazing storage and organization cabinet for activity tools and toys. Your kids will not complain about having to put everything away!
IKEA Malm Bed Frame
Source : @wisehomeanddesign
We love this maritime theme using the Malm Twin Bed Frame. Since the bed frame is quite high, you can also add extra storage underneath the bed with the Malm underbed storage box.
IKEA Rast Chest Drawer
Source : @Woodshop. Ro
This is such a fun and interactive way to decorate your child’s room using the Rast Chest Drawer. You can easily pain the drawer using a blackboard paint so they can start drawing away. Soon as they grow older, that blackboard can then be used to write down chores. Haha.
IKEA Kura Bed Frame
Source : House Beautiful
There are hundreds if not thousands of Kura Bed variants, kids are literally sleeping in right now. However, we chose this one due to its simple yet fun theme. Add some peel on stickers and add curtains to give it a bit of a cozy feel. Add all the goodies such as toys, pillows, cute little night light… your kid won’t want to leave!
IKEA Stolmen Drawer
Source : Apartment Therapy
Forego bed frame totally and add more storage space to your area by using the Stolmen series as your bed platform. This is a smart and efficient way to maximize small spaces. Not only all your belongings are neatly stacked away, if done right, but they can also look customized.
IKEA Gjora Bed
Source : Three Birds Renovations Instagram
Bring this Gjora bed frame to live by adding a splash (or two) of colors!
IKEA Raskog Utility Cart
Source : @jotripon
This IKEA Raskog Utility Cart is a great addition to your child’s room. A perfect height as a hanging space (where you can train them to put everything back once used) and also great to store their personal care stuff. Got to admit, it does look pretty cute.
IKEA Bekvam Stool
The Bekvam stool has been used so many different ways as it is such a versatile product. The stool makes a great bedside table for those who are after a minimalist look.
IKEA Malm Chest Drawer
You can easily add cool drawer handles on the Malm Chest Drawer. These leather pulls are a simple yet rustic idea to bring a bit of tan in your decor. Go full-on hack-hardcore by creating these straps using old leather belts that you no longer use. If you prefer something posher, rose gold drawer handles will do the job.
IKEA Kallax Bookcase & Variera Shelf Insert
Source : IKEA Hackers
This is our personal favorite, using two IKEA items made for completely different things, into something completely awesome. What a great way to display those kicks using Kallax Bookcase and Variera shelf insert.
IKEA Duktig Doll Bed
Source : @supersquishycow
Have to save this one for last. Now your furry little friend can also sleep tight on its own bed using this Duktig Doll Bed. Add a blanket, scratchy poles, some water and food, your kitty will never have to move.again.ever.