Made of pine, this sturdy table has a plain, sleek design and comes unfinished.
Believe it or not, this gorgeous dining room table was once the simple INGO. You'll have to get out the power tools for this hack, but the stunning result is well worth the effort.
To manage all of the grocery bags you plan to reuse, IKEA sells a dispenser that hangs on the wall.
Like most IKEA chests, this simple dresser has endless decorating possibilities.
This transformation requires some serious handy work. By making it fold out, the top drawer becomes the main surface for a desk. This blogger was even crafty enough to add her initials.
Hooks can be attached to this simple rail, which you can use to organize just about anything.
To keep electronics from cluttering your counter, you can mount this bar near an outlet along with a basket to hold your gadgets. This blogger even added potted plants for decoration.
For either indoor or outdoor use, this lantern cam hold a large candle inside.
Potting soil, charcoal, gravel, and plants fill the lantern with an earthy brightness. The result is both decorative and low maintenance.
If you've got kids, this is the easiest way to keep them occupied. It's as simple as painting the steps black, drawing on a stove top, and adding some knobs on the front to get the "burners" going.
Nothing's more frustrating than a sink without any storage. But this narrow shelf fits above your faucet and below your mirror so you can add organization for soap, candles, and toothpaste where you need it most.
This clever blogger used the cart to categorize her beauty routine — and even doctored the side with a bin for her hot tools.
This stainless steel strip is magnetized, making it easy to organize all of your knives — or anything metal — without taking up precious counter space.
A blogger hung two Grundtal strips on the wall in her boys' bedroom to store their trucks and trains. In addition to being practical, the colorful toys add a fun decor element to the gray wall.
This children's loft bed has inspired several DIY creations. Its simple design is both versatile and affordable.
This popular IKEA product can be so much more than a place to put your TV remote.
With a crafty eye and tons of bright paint, the blank table morphs into your favorite classic board games, like backgammon and Monopoly.
Made of sturdy pine wood, this dresser is the perfect (and affordable) blank canvas for a bit of creativity.
A plexiglass-covered core door now sits atop the dresser and a pair of table legs, creating the perfect stylish workspace. The bare dresser got a coordinating upgrade with a fresh coat of paint and new pulls.
This simple shelving unit attaches to a wall to add extra storage to any space.
If you're looking for a chic alternative to your standard vanity, check out this super-glam creation. The blogger paired the EKBY ALEX shelving with old-school wooden legs and a sheepskin-covered bench to create a gorgeous place to spend your mornings.
This plain coffee table is practical, but not very exciting as it is.
It's rare you get something so classy from IKEA's seen-everywhere LACK table, but this blogger pulled it off. By removing the lower shelf and attaching wooden tapered legs, she created a midcentury-style classic that's entirely chic.
This plain ottoman is serves as a practical place to put your feet up, but it's not very stylish.
This blogger took a rough find from IKEA's as-is section and made it shine. By adding some cheerful floral fabric, a boring ottoman became so much more interesting.