By Anna Kocharian

Published on May 16, 2017

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MANDI JOHNSON VIA A BEAUTIFUL MESS
Custom made slipcovers convert a once snoozy, gray sectional into an on-trend statement piece that’s all kinds of comfortable. Here’s how Mandi Johnson of A Beautiful Mess did it!
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MANDI JOHNSON VIA A BEAUTIFUL MESS
Superfront’s ultra chic cabinet fronts never fail to take things to the next level. Who could ever guess that this elegantly modern credenza came from IKEA!
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INGER MARIE GRINI
A statement seat starts with a splash of paint while a textured addition will help elevate the overall finish of the piece. This clever update involves a jeweled cotton thread wrap, which effortlessly complements the saturated paint of the chair.
Get the how-to on IKEA.
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Small space? Don’t fret. We’re taking cues from Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth, who elevated the JASSA room divider with a colorfully woven detail.
Get the scoop here!
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JARED SMITH VIA SUGAR & CLOTH
In lieu of lumping your throws into a basket, opt for a more streamlined display. Here, the IVAR’s gable is updated with a cool coat of paint, and leaned against the wall, doubling as a ladder-inspired storage solution.
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ROLAND PERSSON VIA LIVET HEMMA
This update entailed a retro color block, revamping IKEA’s Godmorgon cabinet into a stylish side piece. No bar cart, no problem. Utilize this sturdy cabinet to conceal your barware and spirits.
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MICHAEL WILTBANK
Every living space deserves an accented green, and a style-focused planter simply goes without saying. We’re loving the tasseled addition to this woven basket.
Get the how-to on DIYs.com.
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Streamlined panels, a wooden top, and a complementary set of whitewashed knobs transform a modular IKEA shelf system into a Hollywood regency-inspired credenza.
Get the how-to on A Beautiful Mess.
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MANDI JOHNSON VIA A BEAUTIFUL MESS

For the living room that also functions as a home office, it’s important that the decor of the two areas complement one another. Sarah Sherman Samuel’s ingenious hack entails a lengthy set of PrettyPegs extensions, which transform a basic desk into a dynamic accent piece.

More IKEA Hacks & Styling Tips:

How to Hack Your IKEA Kitchen on a Budget

The Retro IKEA Pieces You Didn’t Know You Needed

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