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DIY Stool Hacks
A Bekvam stool is a must for any home with a kid but its look is very simple. Renovate it a little bit to make it a perfect fit for your home. This tutorial will tell you of an incredibly simple makeover. All you need is some paint, some stain, and some painters tape – paint a part of the stool with the paint you like and you’ll love the result!
DIY Bekvam stool hack with paint (via
IKEA Skogsta stool is a nice piece to change to fit your interior. This tutorial will tell you how to whitewash it and add an industrial touch with some metal. The stool will become much cooler after the makeover – have a look at the tutorial and enjoy renovating!
DIY metal wrapped Skogsta stool (via
An IKEA step stool is rather a simple and even boring piece, which needs renovating. The unfinished wood is a magnet for kid fingerprints, spilled soap and water in the bathroom and other random spots that have accumulated along the way. Stain your stool to make it cool – you can buy some stain or even make it yourself reading the tutorial.
DIY IKEA Bekvam stool hack with stain (via
DIY IKEA Frosta stool hack with cork (via
These would be fun for a bakery or a preschool or a playroom or really anywhere where you want to have a little bit of frosting-covered fun! Read how to make these cute and fun stools using vinyl donuts in the source.
DIY IKEA stool hack with donut vinyl stickers (via
DIY Mammut stool into a toadstool (via
Sometimes IKEA furniture might just need a little something to bring it over to the craftside! Make this gorgeous button stool! All you need to make this stool is a basic IKEA stool, a piece of wood and some rope/twine/string/yarn.
DIY Marius stool into a button one (via
From plain to pretty! Everyone knows these Ikea stools, they make the perfect base for a fancy stool! These cool and old stools are made using basic IKEA stools, some painter’s tape and spray paints, create any bold patterns and looks that you like.
DIY fancy stools using spray paint (via
This tutorial is especially for those who love crocheting.
DIY Mammut stool with crochet covers (via
IKEA Bekvam is a great piece to renovate. After painting it red, find images you like and print them on inkjet printer. Here the author wanted a Mexican theme so we have Day of the Dead skulls, roses, and of course, Frida. Using decoupage is one of the quickest and easiest ways to transform a plain piece of furniture and you can tailor it to whatever your taste is. It’s very budget friendly too. Happy crafting!
DIY Bekvam stool with stencils (via
Let’s hack IKEA furniture more and more and enjoy the results! Grab two Bosse stools and the BEKVÄM kitchen cart. They will have a rustic hack: cover the top of the cart and the stool seats with rustic wood. Such a cute idea that will make your kitchen cozier!
DIY Bosse stools with rustic wood seats (via
Make IKEA Bekvam stool cooler! This makeover is created using stencils – these colorful prints on the stool make it much cuter. Stencils will help you to make the stool bolder.
DIY Bekvam hack with stencils (via
This DIY is an easy way to get a quick fix in your home! A stool doesn’t really belong anywhere so I think you can use some more colors and patterns – if you are afraid of these things, patterns and colors, otherwise I mean… The wood on these stools are untreated which is great for DIYs.
DIY Bekvam stool hack with maps (via
DIY Stools Hacks Into Other Pieces
Believe it or not, this is a great IKEA hack for kids that doesn’t involve the EXPEDIT. It’s a simple version of a play kitchen that includes only a stove and oven, so it’s compact and easy to make. This hack requires only an ODDVAR stool, a few hooks and knobs. With some paint, she created burners and an oven that look clean and simple but, we expect, could produce some serious imaginary cooking.
DIY IKEA Oddvar stool hack into a play kitchen (via
An easy tutorial on how to upcycle the IKEA MARIUS stool into a rustic industrial side table – perfect as a nightstand for a small spaced bedroom! For a slightly less complicated route, you could use a round wooden chopping board for the table top as explained in this tutorial.
DIY Marius stool with a wooden top into a side table (via
Learn how to make a DIY planter shelf from the well known FROSTA stool. If you enjoy finding fun ways to display your plants in your home, you’ll love this IKEA FROSTA hack! This is an unusual hack, which will fit most of modern interiors.
DIY IKEA Frosta stool into a planter (via
Here is an easy DIY side table and an IKEA hack. For this DIY furniture project you will use the legs from an IKEA Frosta stool. The IKEA Aptitlig chopping board made a great bamboo table top to go with the interesting Frosta bentwood legs. The result is a cool side table for a modern interior, it’s a timeless piece you’ll love.
DIY Frosta stool hack into a side table (via