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16 ideas to customize your Ikea furniture

16 ideas to customize your Ikea furniture


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Advertising - Continue reading below 1 Order in the hall

The reason why people love the EXPEDIT library is because it offers 16 cubbies for storage. But this blogger took him to the next level by adding doors on the front of each shelf so everyone keeps their accessories out of sight.
Photo: Little House of Four

2 Organize storage under the sink

It seems that there is never enough space under the sink for all cleaning products. Well, these utensil holders on the inside of the door is an ideal trick for scourers and ballets.
Photo: Tatertots & Jello

3 Optimize the space in the pantry

If you need to store a lot of food in the kitchen, you need to resort to the help of these drawers so you can find what you need when you're in a hurry with dinner.
Photo: IKEA Hackers

4 Order the nail polishes

Any manicure lover probably has a rainbow of enamels, and little place to have them on hand. But if you transform the IKEA BEKVAM spice rack into a practical bathroom cabinet, the space will look like your private spa.
Photo: This Mom's Gonna Snap

5 Order your makeup brushes

You can add style and organization to your dresser with the IKEA SKURAR plant pots. The delicate lace-shaped details are super feminine, which is ideal for a dresser.
Photo: Makeup Savvy

6 Order for detergents

Instead of using the well-known IKEA container with plastic bags, why not hang the hole cleaners? We suggest you put it inside a closet door to make better use of space. More at IKEA

7 Organize your desk papers

Use these IKEA booklets to organize your desktop. Not only is it a trick to order documents, it will also help you assign the following steps to each paper.
Photo: The Decor Fix

8 Manage your children's homework

To keep your house clean and tidy, the best bet is to make your children's homework list. They will also learn to be responsible, use IKEA organizational elements to make lists that clearly mark who is responsible for what task.
Photo: The Crafting Chicks

9 Organize the mail

As soon as you take the mail from the mailbox, do not drop it on the table. Instead, order everything in separate cubicles (made from IKEA magazine) for invoices, personal notes and more.
Photo: Instructables

10 Don't forget any notes

Customize a corkboard on your desk with the IKEA AVSKILD panel. It is a simple and elegant trick that will help you to keep track of your to-do list.
Photo: Infarrantly Creative

11 Store clothes out of season

Winter clothes take up a lot of space. But if you transform the IKEA modules for under-bed storage you will have all the storage you need to store winter and summer items and clothing.
Photo: Oh Yes

12 Hang your necklaces

Give each necklace a place with this shelf for photos and pictures. It will also be easier for you to search in the morning, just take and leave without having to untangle the necklace you choose.
Photo: Broader Borders

13 Order your spices

If you are a fan of flavor, you will already know the struggle of never having enough space in your drawers for your spice collection. With these small photo shelves from IKEA you can transform your wall into the best support.
Photo: DuhBe

14 Sort the toys in the car

Since you can't play and drive at the same time, this trick is ideal. Simply use it to order toys and paintings of your children and you will all travel happily and without complaints.
Photo: IKEA Hackers

15 Sort the shoes

IKEA shelves at the bottom of a closet prevent shoes from piling up in a corner of your bedroom or, worse, from the entrance.
Photo: My Frugal Adventures

16 Sort coats and bags

Prevent your children from leaving their coats on the floor. If you give them hangers in an organizer in the hall, made with IKEA storage benches, they will always know where to put their belongings (and adults too!).
Photo: The Mombot