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Use kitchen cabinets and IKEA butcher block counter tops to fake the look of built-ins.
IKEA HACK: DIY BUILT-IN BOOKCASE with Hemnes furniture
Here is one more example of built in bookcases. It not only adds a ton of extra character and storage to the house, but they really can make a small house feel so much bigger! See more instructions
To keep story time spontaneous (but ensure books wont clutter every free corner of your house), file your kids favorite reads in the deep bins. See more at Kylie M. Interiors »
Tips from a child psychologist on creating a playroom that will grow with your child. She also discusses essential play areas all playrooms should have. All on a budget– everything is from Ikea and Target! Ikeahacks
25. Use your backsplash to store things that would otherwise be taking up valuable counter space! | 29 Sneaky Tips For Small Space Living
Rather than simply add a whole lot of cabinetry we decided to double the space as an IKEA bench seat for him to read a book, play his instruments etc.
Here’s an idea: turn basic IKEA storage cabinets and dressers into multi-functional lofts. Its a smart way to address the problem of small space — you get both beds and storage in the same footprint. These hacks work well for studio apartments, kids rooms, and dorms. As inspiration, here are different unique ways others made it work for them:
8 Clever Ways to Organize with Ikea • A round-up full of ideas, projects and tutorials!
Need storage in a narrow space like a hallway? | 37 Clever Ways To Organize Your Entire Life With Ikea
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