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9 IKEA Hacks to Organize Your Home

Who doesn’t love a good IKEA hack? Repurposing some of IKEA’s products can create perfect opportunities to organize your home.  Read on to find out how to organize every room in your house with affordable and easy IKEA hack projects.

ikea hacks to organize your home

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Bathroom Storage

nightstand bathroom storage

Transform the $15 RAST nightstand into beautiful bathroom storage with paint, drawer pulls and chic furniture legs. Source: Emily Henderson for Redbook

Shoe Shelves

shoe shelves

Kitchen shelves for shoes? Yep, the GRUNDTAL shelf is made of durable stainless steel and features a ventilated design, making it perfect for shoe storage. Source: Therese Winberg

Kitchen Island

bookcase kitchen island

Create an affordable kitchen island with plenty of storage using three BILLY bookcases. Add trim, beadboard detail, and a butcher block top. Source: Golden Boys & Me

Simple Closet Solution

closet storage

Have an awkward space in your closet, or no closet at all? Use upside down shelf brackets to hang clothes. They work on any wall and turn your clothing into a work of art. Source: IKEA

Under-Bed Storage

underbed storage

When kids “clean” their room, they tend to shove everything under the bed. Then mom’s post-cleaning inspection does not go well. Beat them at their own game by making these convenient rolling baskets to fit under their bed. Source: The Heathered Nest

Hanging Bathroom Storage

hanging bathroom storage

This brilliant IKEA hack actually uses a wooden plank mattress support. Hang it on the wall and add hooked containers to store your bathroom accessories. Source: ICH Designer

Lego Table

lego table

The LACK coffee table makes for a perfect lego table. Attach Lego plates to the top, and add storage bins underneath. Source: Centsational Style

Mudroom Bench

mudroom bench

Not everyone is lucky enough to have a mudroom in their home for backpacks, purses, and shoes. Why not make one instead? Start with two STUVA storage benches, then create the board and batten detail with wood boards. Top the whole thing off with a shelf and a coat of paint. Source: The Mombot

Matchbox Car Organizer

matchbox car organizer

This hack could not be easier. Hang up a couple of magnetic knife strips in a child’s room and voila! Magnetic car and train storage. Source: Abby Lawson

ikea hacks to organize your home


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