Our Best Furniture and Decor Hacks

We love a good hack. Like, who wants to make a project from scratch?? Haha. But really, we have quite a few furniture (and decor) hacks that we want to share with you today. Some are a little more involved and some are really simple. Let’s get started!

We love how Kara used mirrors from IKEA, spray paint, and this gold paint pen to create a colorful gallery wall.

Speaking of mirrors, did you know you can use a starburst mirror frame to replace a light fixture? This is a great option for an outdated kitchen fixture like Laura had in her home.

If you want to update a dresser without spending a lot of money on new hardware, you can add gold brackets to the corners like Elsie did here. It looks fancy!

Can you tell Laura did this DIY? She’s such a pro. She made this amazing Palm Springs-inspired bed out of this bed frame.

Turn any decorative box (here’s a similar marble one that’s on sale) into a jewelry box. How cute is the pink velvet inside?

Still obsessing over this incredible custom workspace.

This clear glass coffee table is anything but boring. Bonus: You won’t have to worry about keeping these plants alive. 🙂A step stool may be perfect for mom, but what if your toddler wants to help in the kitchen? This learning tower DIY would be a perfect fit!

If your dream tulip table is out of your budget, you can make your own with this IKEA hack. Isn’t it dreamy?

We’ve shared two ways to update closet doors on the blog. Here’s Elsie’s bifold closet door makeover and Laura’s closet door update using hardwood moulding.

This credenza was crafted using a cabinet system from IKEA— how fun would it be to customize it with gold or black hardware?I mean, we obviously had to include the clear winner in this roundup—this play kitchen hack. In the kiddo category, this sensory bin is really amazing for keeping kids busy, too.

Plastic fishbowls make perfect hanging planters—just saying. 🙂

A simple TV cabinet can be easily turned into something midcentury-inspired (with these retro gold accents).

This bar cabinet started as a plain storage cabinet—and the wooden decals Laura added are so good!Finding a bed frame in the color you want (and at a reasonable price) can be a challenge, so we figured out the best way to upholster the frame yourself. And, there’s a no-sew option. Do it!!

We would love to know if you make something from this list! xo. – The ABM Team

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