Taking a piece of IKEA’s simple product and making it more unique and custom with some DIY tricks to meet individual needs is an IKEA hacker’s duty and dream. IKEA hacks are popular not only in the United States, but all around the world. Today I’d like to bring you the top 10 creative ideas for IKEA Lack table hacks.
If you have been to IKEA, you must be very familiar with the products in IKEA LACK series, especially the LACK tables. The amazing price and wide color selection of IKEA Lack tables make this piece of furniture a staple in households around the globe.
While Lack tables from IKEA feature a relatively simple design. Most homeowners don’t want it to look like a cheap and simple table in their house. That’s where some well-planned and creative IKEA hacks come into play and provide tons of ways to hack or modify the Lack tables and turn them into the unique and personal home decor pieces you really want. Take a look at these incredible LACK table hack ideas I rounded up recently for your inspiration.
DIY Nailhead Trim Side Table
This awesome nailhead trim side table was made with two Lack tables which were assembled to match the form with a solid base. And wasfinished by adding the nailhead strips. Total cost $32! See tutorial here