Have you discovered IKEA hacks yet? If you have not, then you are in for a huge surprise of the DIY variety, and a good one. If you have, then you know what we are talking about and you will be as excited as I was to look at these creative DIY IKEA hack projects created especially for the kitchen. When you start with inexpensive basics from IKEA, it is easy to quickly get some really creative furniture and decor, all while staying on a budget. Why settle for run of the mill things like everyone else has in their kitchen when you can make these? From islands to trash cans to organizing and storage ideas for the pantry, these DIY kitchen projects are some of the best around. Check out the easy to follow step by step tutorials for foolproof decor. Hope you enjoy these IKEA Hacks for kitchen as much as we do. Send us photos of your kitchen makeover, we’d love to see!
Do you feel like there is never enough kitchen space in your house? Well, I just found the perfect solution. This IKEA hack rolling island will instantly widen your counter space and it’s so versatile too. Put this in the corner to store produce or groceries. You can even use this as a bar cart to entertain guests with their favorite drinks. Brilliant, right?
Bar carts have become a trend lately and I have been wanting one for some time now. Not only used for entertaining, but it can also double as pretty home decor which makes them super expensive. And that is why I am so happy I stumbled upon Sugar and Cloth’s IKEA hack for a bar cart. Follow along with the tutorial to re-create this wonderful hack without breaking the bank.
Wow, these shelves are just awesome! I super love the contrast between the wood and the white walls. They give off a rustic and lovely appeal. I also like how the wood instantly warms up the space and adds that natural look and texture. Definitely a great idea since I am planning to re-do my kitchen.
Snag these cork trivets from IKEA for less than $4 and add your personal touch by using a DIY cork burning technique. Don’t they look adorable? This would certainly make for a perfect holiday gift to give your mom and loved ones. I’m so looking forward to doing some burning of my own like this!
I just love this kitchen pantry, it’s so functional and serviceable. Every home needs these types of storage solutions to keep a tidy and neat kitchen area. The Pax Komplement drawers can do just that with a little bit of creativity and a complete guide from IKEA Hackers.
These IKEA Hack Copper Barn Pendant Lights are too perfect! Love the copper look and the creative design that cost so little but added such expensive looking charm. Give your kitchen a classy appeal by getting some inspiration from Kojo-Designs and see how a simple pendant light from IKEA transforms into this amazing beauty.
Turn Ikea Bekvam shelves into this gorgeous Industrial Farmhouse spice rack by using some metal hardware/wire mesh, spray paint, wood burned labels and a staple gun. Safe to say that the whole project is fairly quick and easy. Learn the step-by-step instructions from The Inspired Hive to snatch this look.
This is a super simple hack that will help you get organized real quick in your kitchen area. If your inside cabinets look like a mess, adding some buckets to the inside will change your life. Store your cleaning supplies and other kitchen knick-knacks with this nifty solution from IKEA.
Love the idea of a glammed-up kitchen! And this is giving me the right amount of inspiration. The kitchen looks spot on and I love how gold spray paint makes everything just that more beautiful. Swoon Worthy has the complete details to follow along, so read on the tutorial to learn more.
Another great IKEA hack. Turn Besta cabinets into a glamorous mid-century bar kitchen cabinet. It looks so so good and with little additions, it’s perfect! The legs and knobs make such a difference. So stunning it looks like a piece of high-end furniture from West Elm.