Nathalie Cedergren

Nathalie Cedergren

Nathalie Cedergren
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MALM chest of drawers combined with five hanging KALLAX open shelving units

MALM chest of drawers combined with five hanging KALLAX open shelving units

DIY copper hanging rail with ikea KALLAX base

DIY copper hanging rail with ikea KALLAX base

Die Ladestation!

Die Ladestation!

Expedit

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18 Color-Dipped IKEA Hacks to Brighten Up Your Home | Brit + Co

18 Color-Dipped IKEA Hacks to Brighten Up Your Home | Brit + Co

Sensational Step Stool IKEA Hacks - Page 2 of 14 - The Cottage Market

Sensational Step Stool IKEA Hacks - Page 2 of 14 - The Cottage Market

Ikea hack. Tarva Dresser with legs cut at an angle to create an elegant profile. This one small detail doesn’t cost a thing and it changes the look of the dresser dramatically. Paint: Farrow & Ball: Teresa Green, gloss (sprayed on). Pulls: Lewis Dolin’s brass round bar pull 15”from myknob.com

Ikea hack. Tarva Dresser with legs cut at an angle to create an elegant profile. This one small detail doesn’t cost a thing and it changes the look of the dresser dramatically. Paint: Farrow & Ball: Teresa Green, gloss (sprayed on). Pulls: Lewis Dolin’s brass round bar pull 15”from myknob.com

train table hack -table top on a Kallax single wide unit with casters! This would be so cool for the loft!

train table hack -table top on a Kallax single wide unit with casters! This would be so cool for the loft!

Everyone knows that IKEA is a Swedish company, but did you know there’s another Swedish company named Superfront, that have a collection of fronts, handles, legs, sides, and tops that are specifically designed to fit onto IKEA’s most common cabinets?

Everyone knows that IKEA is a Swedish company, but did you know there’s another Swedish company named Superfront, that have a collection of fronts, handles, legs, sides, and tops that are specifically designed to fit onto IKEA’s most common cabinets?

18 Color-Dipped IKEA Hacks to Brighten Up Your Home | Brit + Co

18 Color-Dipped IKEA Hacks to Brighten Up Your Home | Brit + Co