Do you remember our Project Restyle series from back in the day?
We’ve done a lot of furniture hacks over the years, so today we’re sharing our most popular ones!
Can you believe this used to be a rectangle-shaped table? Most tulip tables are either smaller than the one above (or too expensive), so Laura made her own dining room table using this IKEA DOCKSTA table hack.
If you have a piece of thrifted furniture that needs a fresh coat of paint, but you still want it to have a distressed look, Mandi’s cabinet painting tutorial is the best of the best!
Having trouble finding a TV console to fit the vibe of your living room? You can easily restyle the IKEA BESTA console into something more midcentury like Laura did above.
You can also turn an IKEA BESTA into an expensive looking, fluted sideboard. Ahhh-mazing.
Speaking of play kitchens, you can also restyle the IKEA DUKTIG kitchen into a cute pumpkin stand.
Mandi needed a solution for toy storage and other things in her living room, so she made this amazing credenza together using the wall cabinets from IKEA!
Mandi’s built-in bookshelves are the most epic hack on our list. She used IKEA BILLY bookcases to make them, and they turned out incredible.
Add some extra greenery to your space with a faux living coffee table. Can you guess where this table came from? Also, here are some of our favorite fake plants (that look like the real thing) if you’re curious.
Looking for more ideas? Try our affordable wallpaper hack. xo, The ABM Team.