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Ikea hacks and DIY’s

A Simple, Affordable and beautiful DIY Feather Lampshade

IKEA Rigolet Hack A DIY Feather Lampshade

Slowly I've been doing up my dining room and I'm loving the results. It's becoming one of a bit quirky room with a touch of glam. And I've just added to the fun with this beautiful feather lampshade.   On a recent trip to London, I popped into one...
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The Most Unique Ways to Hack Moppe Ikea Mini Drawers

Amazing and Clever Ikea Mini Drawers (Moppe) Hacks

Moppe is the name Ikea gives to those cute unfinished birch desktop draws.   I don't know why they call them that. I put Moppe into google translate and it didn't come up with anything of meaning so I just think it's one of those random Swedish...
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Simple and Brilliant Ikea Moppe Hack With Maps

How To Pimp An Ikea Moppe With Maps And Leather

Ok, the idea is that when you buy something from IKEA that is unfinished you finish it! When I say unfinished I don't mean the assembly bit I mean the varnishing and paint. A classic example of an IKEA unfinished product is the IKEA Moppe.   If...
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Nifty Denim DIY Ottoman Crate with Storage an Ikea Hack

Personalized DIY Ottoman Using Jeans and a Wooden Crate

I'm always looking for a bit more storage and extra seating in my home. With this rustic denim DIY ottoman, I think I have a solution.   I love how practical and nifty this DIY ottoman is. When unexpected guests turn up it provides both seating and somewhere...
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Easy DIY decoupaged IKEA cake stand

Make Your Own Decoupaged IKEA Cake Stand

Ikea Cake Stand: The other week I was wandering around IKEA with a friend, spending way too much in the marketplace as usual. As I was popping yet more of their napkins into my basket, I also spotted some new glass plates.   My crafty brain cells began to...
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DIY Storage Box Using Denim (Ikea Pingla Hack)

Denim DIY Storage Box an Ikea Pingla Hack

DIY Storage Box - Everyday I pick up "bits and bobs" round the house and I am never sure where to put them. Therefore I decided to make a fun storage box for this random stuff with no home, using old jeans and a cardboard box.   I actually covered...
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