Best DIY IKEA Hacks for Kids’ Rooms

Best Ikea Hacks for Kids' Rooms

IKEA is a favorite shopping spot among moms, and the giant Swedish manufacturer’s showrooms are full of fantastic & affordable design ideas for kids’ rooms. But here are a few great ideas we scouted where IKEA furniture has been repurposed and hacked into clever and unique children’s room decor.

Let’s take a closer look…

IKEA Hacks for Kids' Rooms: EXPEDIT bookcase transformed into a quirky dollhouse

This EXPEDIT bookcase was transformed into a quirky dollhouse, thanks to a clever wallpaper background. Brilliant!

IKEA Hacks for Kids' Rooms: GRUNDTAL magnetic knife rack repurposed as a wall storage for toy cars

How about a GRUNDTAL magnetic knife rack repurposed as wall storage for toy cars? Now that’s a clever idea!

IKEA Hacks for Kids' Rooms: a MALM dresser got dressed up with fun shape stickers

This basic MALM dresser got dressed up with fun shape stickers. Perfect for a little girl’s room!

IKEA Hacks for Kids' Rooms: LÄTT chair set updated into a fun owl chair

This LÄTT chair set was updated into a fun owl chair. Just follow this tutorial.

IKEA Hacks for Kids' Rooms: MAMMUTT stool becomes a sweet mushroom

The basic MAMMUTT stool becomes a sweet mushroom decor piece, thanks to Smith and Scott.

IKEA Hacks for Kids' Rooms: MALM dresser with cut out clothing shapes

Help your child organize their clothes and put the fresh pile of laundry back where it belongs by updating a simple MALM dresser with cut-out clothing shapes. A clever mom-helper!

These are only a few of our favorites—the possibilities are practically endless. How about you, do you have a favorite DIY IKEA hack you’d like to share?

Image credits (from the top): Zo Wieso (photo 1), Swiss Miss (photo 2), Pinja Colada (photo 3), Good Ideas for You (photo 4), Smith and Scott (photo 5), Bolig Pluss (photo 6).

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