Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Kid-friendly IKEA hacks

Customize your kid's furniture and make it into something unique!

Kid-friendly IKEA hacks


Turn your furniture into something unique! Apartment Therapy has a great list of easy-to-customize IKEA products that are fun for kids and adults.

Here are a few ideas to get your gears going:

1. Recycling center specifically for kids.

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2. The classic Malm dresser gets an update with a sticker pattern.

3. Child's kitchen made from an Ikea credenza.

4. An Ikea storage unit doubles as a headboard.


5. An Expedit used as bathroom storage turns into a playful dresser.

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