Ikea Lack Hack - Blog Hack by Daughter
Hi Everyone!! I have hacked my moms blog (with her permission of course!). I am her oldest daughter, also referred to as #1 and babygirl #1 ...
A blog about re-purposing vintage wood furniture, with many tutorials that include tips and tricks how to achieve the look you want in your décor.
DIY Accent Table From A Wire Laundry Basket
I've been searching for the perfect accent table to go alongside my big comfy chair for the longest time now. I've seen several at Target and Home Goods that catch my eye but the price tags always make me cringe; and it's been slow at my favorite thrift shops lately.
Trend We Love: Gold Wireframe Side Tables
Add a little opulence to your living room with a gold, statement-making side table—starting at just $60! Clockwise from top left: Arteriors, Lulu & Georgia, Worlds Away, Lisa Jarvis, Target, Emporium Home
Hacking the IKEA Lack: One Table, Ten Different Ways
IKEA’s Lack table is a DIYer’s perfect canvas for unbridled creativity. At just $10, it’s easy to justify the expense. If the project doesn’t work out, it’s a minimal investment. And being constructed of hollow wood and paper, the Lack is easily customized. Check out 10 cool IKEA Lack hacks after the jump… • With the simple addition of brass corners, Jenny at Pearl Street Interiors gave her Lacks a campaign style.
Clayton Grey Inspired Nailhead Side Table - IKEA Hackers
Materials: Lack Side Table Description: I bought two Lack tables. I assembled one fully and used the top of the second glued it and used it as a base which created the form I needed to replicate the nail head side table from Clayton Grey. I used strip nail heads and followed the lines in …
Furniture - Reality Daydream
Pinterest inspired dresser makeover. Stain over paint technique with custom design on top. Follow link for my source tutorial. Love this piece. More to follow!