Oxford finally added the words mic drop and hangry to their dictionaries last week, yet one term remains missing in their pages: IKEA hack. No longer just a trend, IKEA hacking has become a way of life for many. Originally known for their low-costs and space-saving solutions, the Swedish powerhouse retailer is a popular catapult for those looking to personalize their home on a budget. With transformations as simple as a copper alarm clock or as intricate as a platform bed, it doesn’t matter if you are a DIY novice or expert. All you need is a little imagination and elbow grease to get a customized piece for your place.
Here are a few sites that prove why IKEA hacks should be part of your home and vocabulary:
For a real-life example in the Charlotte area, come checkout our space at BLACKLION in Pineville, NC. When it came time to outfit our booth, we used PAX wardrobes, SPRUTT towel holders, and KOMPLEMENT drawers & shelves. We were more than happy with how it turned out!