These projects are super-cool — and much easier to take on than an entire DIY kitchen remodel.
These storage centers are life savers when it comes to keeping special-occasion dishes out of the way. Plus, a sleek black countertop lined with books and accessories gives an otherwise bland wall some personality.
Here, two of Ikea's BESTA cabinets (they're no longer in stock, but any kitchen cabinet will work) in white high gloss combine together along with wooden peg legs to create the ultimate bar cabinet even Don Draper would be proud to own.
Sure, Ikea sells plenty of desks. But a DIY one can be made to your exact specifications. Here, kitchen cabinets become the base, and a wooden plank pulls it together on top. Glass knobs gives it a high-end look and feel.
Honestly, is it possible to have too much bedroom storage? Didn't think so. Use Ikea cabinets to give your bed a raised-platform treatment that also provides bonus space for organization underneath your mattress.
Instead of shelling out big bucks for a reclaimed wooden console, use Ikea cabinets doctored up with shabby-chic wood. It's a place to serve your Thanksgiving dinner that's way more personal (not to mention cost-effective).
Man, oh man, do these cabinets help a bare wall work way harder. By pairing cabinet doors with BILLY bookcases, this project makes for as seriously organized home office. But we'd gladly take this cabinet hack in our bedroom, kitchen, you name it.
To get this playful look, pick out a few different bright spray paints for the doors of your Ikea cabinets and go to town — just make sure you make your colorful updates before assembling (so the rest of the console stays a crisp white).
No little kid will know the difference between this cabinet creation and a store-bought toy. As long as dolls, mini furniture, and lots of color is involved, it'll be a hit.
If you've always dreamed of a window seat where you can read your book while watching the weather, use cabinets to add double-duty storage — it's the perfect spot to hide board games.
Ikea's are usually solid, unfinished cabinets. But a coat of bright red paint (and adorable sunflowers) gives them a country vibe and makes an otherwise drab unit a statement piece.
Nothing is a bigger turn-off than having your cat's litter box in the middle of your home. But if you don't have a bonus room to store it in, try this hack to conceal it from view. Plus, the cabinet door opens up so it's still easy to clean.
These white cabinets blend into the white walls, which help keep the decor clean and crisp. You can hide blankets inside, while showcasing your favorite art and succulent collection on top.