IKEA hacks are absolutely loved in Germany, and they have some of the most amazing IKEA hacks. Here is just a sample of some incredible top IKEA hacks in Germany.
IKEA hacks are very popular in Germany, and they have so many amazing IKEA hacks.
Germany is a great place for style and design, and that is certainly reflected in these amazing hacks.
In preparing this article I actually had to stop featuring all the hacks I wanted to! There were so many amazing ones out of Germany! This is just a mere sample of the amazing hacks that are being done in Germany right now.
So here are the top IKEA hacks in Germany that I found for you right now. I think you will agree at how amazing and lovely they all are!
Ivar Cabinet Hack
This hack takes the Ivar cabinet and makes it more beautiful. This cabinet will look lovely in any room of your home, and can be used for just about any use.
DIY Bathtub Tray
Photo: Ich Designer
I love this IKEA hack, because it is exactly what I feel an IKEA hack should be. That is taking something and completely turning it into something else entirely.
This hack does that. It takes an IKEA Hejne shelf, and turns it into a bath tub tray!
You will need to do a little DIY on this hack. But it can easily be done in a day!
Romantic Bekvam Step Stool Hack
Photo: Kati on Clouds
Taking the simple Bekvam step stool, this hack has turned it into a beautiful romantic center.
Placing scented candles around the stool, it makes a lovely romantic corner in your home!
Kallax Living Room Table
Photo: Frau Keks
This great little hack uses a Kallax unit, and turns it into a lovely living room table.
It’s a fun hack that you can do in just a weekend!
Just by using two step stools you can make this great learning tower for your kids.
It lets your little ones help with tasks in the kitchen and more.
Besta Sideboard Hack
Photo: Plotzlich Bauherr
This lovely hack using IKEA Besta is very popular.
It makes a great sideboard for your dining room or living room. Or you could use this in your hallway.
Ivar Dresser Hack
Photo: Trend Shock
This hack, using IKEA Ivar, makes a beautiful looking dresser. You could use all kinds of colors of your choice for this hack, to match your likes and home decor!
Tarva Nightstand Hack
This Tarva nightstand hack create a beautiful looking nightstand.
The leather pull is a lovely touch to this modern designer looking piece of furniture.
Cat Scratching Post
Photo: Wohn Alarm
This is an amazing hack using the Kallax shelf!
Your pets need IKEA hacks too!
IKEA Frosta Stool Light
Photo: Ein Schwedenhaus aus Norwegen
This is another amazing IKEA hack that turns something into something else completely!
This hack uses the Frosta stool and turns it into a table lamp!
Stool Side Table Hack
Photo: Schere Leim Papier
This hack turns a popular IKEA stool into a side table.
It looks minimal and designer-grade, and is a very easy DIY to do in a day!
Moppe Mini Dresser Hack
Photo: Vienna Fashion Waltz
The IKEA Moppe storage cabinet is one of the most hackable pieces there is.
This hack turns it into a lovely mini dresser. It is stylish enough to use in any room of your home, but will be especially useful in your bedroom or office.
DIY Lightbox Crib
Photo: Ars Textura
Here is a great holiday IKEA hack!
This is taking a Ribba picture frame, and turns it into a lighted box! It is a pretty amazing DIY using an IKEA product!
Web Look Cushion
This is a very unique hack, taking the IKEA Polarvide blanket, and turning it into cushions!
I think this is the only IKEA hack I have found using fabric so far!
Photo: Another Girl’s Beauty Case
This is a pretty hack using IKEA Kallax. It makes a beautiful bench for any girl’s bedroom (whatever the age!)
It is a simple, yet very effective hack, and you can do this quickly and easily.
Germany loves IKEA and IKEA hacks and do they do those hacks so incredibly well. This is just a small sample of the top IKEA hacks in Germany right now!
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IKEA hacks are absolutely loved in Germany. They have some of the most amazing IKEA hacks I have ever seen. Here is just a sample of some incredible top IKEA hacks in Germany.