12 Unique and Fun Ways to hack an IKEA Bekvam Stool
My craft buddy Wendy is currently having a new kitchen fitted. She’s just realized that she will need a stepping stool to reach the high cabinets in her new kitchen. So being the kind friend that I am, I’ve written a blog post just for her, a round up of IKEA Bekvam stool hacks.
cycling with maps, for example my map chairs, IKEA map table & map table mats.
2. Houndstooth Stool – Inmyownstyle.
A rather stylish Houndstooth stool hack, done with duck tape.
3. Paper patchwork stool –Familjenbahne
Create a patchwork effect with different pieces of patterned paper.
4. Aged wood stool – Mason De Pax
If you want a more rustic look, you could give your stool an aged wood effect.
5. Simple Black Stool – Curate and Display
Very sleek and stylish stool simply painted black.
6. Lace Stool – Lillelykke
If the black is too simple, you could always add lace with spray paints and a stencil.
7. Wallpaper Stools – Thislittlestreet
These wallpaper stools are so sweet. I just love upcycling furniture with wallpaper.
8. Neon Stool – The debrief
If you want your stool to get noticed and possibly glow in the dark than neon maybe the way to go.
9. Crochet Stool Cover –Matemo
Rather than doing anything to the stool, you could just crochet a pretty cover for it.
10. Classic Stool – Lilyfieldlife
You could give your stool a more classic look by giving it a simply wood varnish and paint look.
11. Washi tape stool – Dosfamily
I have loads of washi tape and I’m always looking for ideas to use it. You can get a great looking my covering it in washi tape.
12. Paint Effect Stool – I Heart Organizing
A simple paint effect, stars, spots or stripes would look great.
Which one is your favourite?
I think personally I would go for a washi tape stool, just because I’ve got loads of fantastic washi tape I’m desperate to use. As for Wendy, I think she will end up using wallpaper on her stool, probably Orla Kiely wallpaper to match her wallpapered kitchen bin.