The 10 Most Hackable Items from IKEA’s Latest Line
We are loving IKEA’s latest collection for its modern vibe and homey, natural materials like cork, ceramics, bamboo, cotton and hand-blown glass. SINNERLIG includes around 30 products for the kitchen, dining room and indoor garden, and offers everything from larger furniture pieces such as cork-covered tables to chunky glass bottles with cork stoppers. And while the collection won’t hit stores until October 2015, we couldn’t resist coming up with some new and exciting hack ideas.
DIY a gold-patterned tray by cutting out triangles of gold contact paper and then cover the whole tray with a coat of lacquer to make sure it holds up against any spills and such.
DIY some blooms and cover the whole shade for a colorful statement piece of bohemian decor.
color dipped, or if you don’t want to mess with paint, try wrapping washi tape in a different striped pattern for each leg of your sofa. That way, if you get tired of it, the tape will come off just as easy as it went on.
this awesome decoupage technique with tissue paper. Because in case you didn’t know, tissue paper might be the easiest hack for turning boring furniture into a stunning statement piece.