10 Awesome DIY Kitchen Islands From IKEA Items



10 Awesome DIY Kitchen Islands From IKEA Items

Every kitchen (except for the tiniest ones) needs a kitchen island as a cooking surface and sometimes a breakfast zone. Today we are sharing DIY tutorials to make a kitchen island of IKEA items and how to hack them comfortably to fit your kitchen. Let’s get started.

Do you know that you can easily make a modern kitchen island out of IKEA’s Lagan countertop? The coolest thing about their modern kitchen island is its price: only $80 were spend for the project! The piece is really simple to make, read the whole tutorial and go make it!

DIY Lagan solid wood countertops into a kitchen island (via www.shelterness.com)

DIY Lagan solid wood countertops into a kitchen island (via www.shelterness.com)

Need something special? Make together a mix between bar and kitchen island. For the project you’ll need 2 Expedits 2 by 2, Vika Amon Table Top, 4 Vika Curry Table legs, 4 Besta Legs – make a cool kitchen island of these cool IKEA items and enjoy a comfy island with a plenty of storage.

DIY L-shaped kitchen island from IKEA Expedit (via www.ikeahackers.net)

DIY L-shaped kitchen island from IKEA Expedit (via www.ikeahackers.net)

If you prepare a lot of meals throughout the week and require a space to do this, as well as storage, this project is for you. What you need is IKEA’s Kallax shelving unit, a tabletop and some legs. The island includes a cooking surface and lots of storage inside. The cooking space can be also used as a breakfast zone when you aren’t cooking.

DIY kitchen island from IKEA Kallax (via www.ikeahackers.net)

DIY kitchen island from IKEA Kallax (via www.ikeahackers.net)

This cool kitchen island features a plenty of storage and is very comfortable in using. Get some Ikea Billy bookcases to create storage on the kitchen side. Top it with a butcher block countertop (called Numerar), also from Ikea.

DIY kitchen island from IKEA items (via www.goldenboysandme.com)

DIY kitchen island from IKEA items (via www.goldenboysandme.com)

Working with a small footprint kitchen, you’ll need an island that would provide seating, storage and extra counterspace. Here’s a proper project to look at, it includes an EXPEDIT shelving unit, LAGAN countertop, BRANAS baskets. The result is a comfy kitchen island with lots of storage space and a rolling part to move it where you need.

DIY rolling kitchen island from IKEA Expedit (via www.ikeahackers.net)

DIY rolling kitchen island from IKEA Expedit (via www.ikeahackers.net)

This IKEA kitchen island features natural wood accents and a feature that really states. IKEA Sektion cabinets are designed to be installed using the rail and track system provided, and they are a base of this simple and cute kitchen project.

DIY kitchen island with a rustic touch (via dahliasanddimes.com)

DIY kitchen island with a rustic touch (via dahliasanddimes.com)

This super simple IKEA hack DIY rolling kitchen island is ideal to save some space, you can use this little piece for everything: cooking, eating, even working. When not in use, it rolls perfectly over the top of the barstools and blends in with the white kitchen cabinets. Add some colorful bar stools and vola, a gorgeous piece is ready!

DIY rolling kitchen island from IKEA items (via clubcrafted.com)

DIY rolling kitchen island from IKEA items (via clubcrafted.com)

If you have an IKEA Finnvard desk, you’ll easily realize this cool project. The great thing about Finnvard desk legs is that you can mount them to different heights meaning we could have a work top high enough, as well as shelving space underneath. It now serves as extra worktop space, extra storage space and a high breakfast table.

DIY alternative kitchen island (via www.ikeahackers.net)

DIY alternative kitchen island (via www.ikeahackers.net)

If you want to create more counter space, this island is for you. Create a huge 7 -foot island that can be also home to your kitchen sink and dishwasher. Sektion and Akurum IKEA items are ideal for creating his kitchen island, just read how to make it.

large DIY kitchen island (via pinklittlenotebook.com)

large DIY kitchen island (via pinklittlenotebook.com)

If you don’t have a spacious kitchen but would like to add an island, you’ll love this idea. It uses 2 LACK side tables and some spare wood. The kitchen island can also be pushed out of the way when not in use.

DIY kitchen island from IKEA Lack tables (via www.ikeahackers.net)

DIY kitchen island from IKEA Lack tables (via www.ikeahackers.net)

 

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