We love an IKEA price point, but we hate the idea of having a home product everyone else has. Cabinet company, Semihandmade, has teamed up with LA designer, Sarah Sherman Samuel, to fix just that. The new line offers a way for people to customize their traditional IKEA doors to be totally unique and on trend. With reclaimed woods, specialty laminates, and several color variations to choose from, the collection makes personalizing your kitchen cabinets, credenzas, and consoles easier than ever. Samuel also recently launched a hardware series with Park Studio, so this collab couldn’t have come at a better time. Take a look below to see why these enhancements are transforming the way we think about the Scandi discount retailer.
Samuel’s Venice bungalow remodel set the tone for the collection of signature doors. After images of her own IKEA cabinets — revamped with metallic accents and two-toned paint — went viral, Semihandmade knew they had a dream collab in the making. Their partnership launched this line that provides a contemporary take on the classic IKEA cabinet, and their products work on kitchen door model Sektion ($57), bathroom cabinet style Godmorgon ($349), and media console option Besta ($295). With eight colors to choose from, and a whole gallery of inspo to work with, your value-buy cabinets will never look the same again.
Lucky for you, the products just launched on November 15, so you can scoop ’em up online to be delivered to your door in four weeks or less. A custom beaded panel obviously comes at a higher price than your original purchase (15 percent more than IKEA’s most expensive doors to be exact), but it’s a small price to pay for your pretty new upgrade.
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