The bedroom is a very important part of the home in which we need to feel relaxed. To achieve the perfect look why not use an Ikea bedroom hack. This will not only give you that style but also save you money in the process.
An Ikea hack is a great way to create interior design looks by taking a piece of Ikea furniture and hacking it to look just how you want. There are many amazing examples to inspire you and help you along the way.
We’ve brought together some of the best Ikea bedroom hacks we could find. They are so stylish you’ll wonder if you have some hidden interior designer talent in you!
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What a stunning transformation to start with! This upholstered ottoman from Popsugar has been made using an Ikea Vittsjo coffee table.
They have spray painted the frame gold and added a gorgeous pink velvet padded seat. It adds a bit of glamour to the end of the bed and works really well in the chic French style bedroom.
Going from one extreme to the other, this amazing rustic crate nightstand from My Shrine works wonderfully well in the more industrial look of this stylish bedroom.
We’ve got to confess, these aren’t Ikea crates, but we loved the look so much that we wanted to use it as inspiration for an Ikea hack. You can use the Knagglig crate to achieve the same effect.
You simply need to apply some dark wood stain to the Knagglig crate and then fix to the wall at the right height.
This is a very simple Ikea hack from Ikea themselves. It just requires some rope hung from either a curtain pole over the bed or the ceiling. This is then strung through some holes drilled in the Aptitlig chopping board.
It’s a unique and stylish way to achieve the nightstand practicality without having something sitting on the floor.
If you are not particularly DIY-inclined, this brilliant Ikea hack from Sugar and Cloth is so easy it won’t matter!
They have used a great product called Stikwood to make a solid wood bed headboard out of a Lack headboard.
You simply stick the pieces of wood to the Lack headboard and you arrive at this amazing wood panelled finish!
Now, the method they have used to create this utterly gorgeous mirrored nightstand hack at Design and Form might be a little suspect but the results are incredible!
We would recommend using a wooden frame to adhere the mirrors to, but the idea is nonetheless amazing!
This is such an inexpensive way to create something completely designer and unique for your bedroom.
Ikea seem proficient at creating ‘floating’ nightstands it seems! This brilliant hack, using the Mosslanda picture ledge, creates a subtle storage, shelving and lighting solution that is not too intrusive on your bedside space.
It is a very conteporary look that will work in most bedrooms.
Back with Sugar and Cloth, this stunning metallic sconce light has been created using the Ikea Ekby shelf bracket to hang a lovely copper pendant light from.
This creates a really useful, stylish bedside light at whatever height you wish to hang it.
We love this excellent fabric covered bed frame hack from Manhattan Nest. The bed they have used is no longer available but you can do exactly the same thing with an Ikea Tarva bed frame.
It takes a really inexpensive bed frame and turns it into something worth five times the price. Definitely worth a consideration in your bedroom design!
If you don’t want to cover a whole bed in fabric, why not consider this amazing tufted upholstered headboard by Place of my Taste.
They use an old Malm bed to create a padded and tufted headboard with a really simple process.
You would never know how this Ikea bedroom hack inspired bed started off in life!
Find more amazing Ikea Malm hacks in our post: 17 Awesome Ikea Malm Hacks
Once again, we’ve picked a look that wasn’t initially achieved with an Ikea hack. However, it is totally hackable with the Ikea Raskog cart.
This look won’t even need any alteration to the cart and you will have a choice of colours to fit in with your scheme.
We love the simplicity and uniqueness of the idea. After all, it will be all about how you accessorise it!
For an ingenious solution to a canopy bed on a budget, Ikea have created this amazing tutorial that uses curtain rails and curtains.
This totally achieves fairytale bedroom status in our eyes, but you won’t be spending much to achieve it!
Remember when we were chucking these sorts of headboards out because they were too old fashioned? Ok, maybe not everyone did that, but they are firmly back in the limelight now.
This awesome hack from Cuckoo 4 Design makes use of Ikea curtains to create a gorgeous padded headboard with brass nail trim.
We love the colours used to compliment the headboard!
You can’t go wrong with some pops of colour in your scheme. This stunning stripey headboard from Domino starts off as an Ikea table top (they use one that is no longer sold, but you can use the Linnmon).
Some colourful striped fabric, or any fabric of your choosing (Ikea do loads of great ones), fixed over the table top and voila! A new headboard that will make your bedroom look super stylish!
This minimalist floating nightstand from Ikea Hackers is a great way to add some bed-level storage at low cost and save space in the process.
This is made from a cutting board and is mounted using some low profile brackets that are then covered with part of the cutting board.
A genius solution that looks really sleek.
We love the whole look of this bedroom by Crazy Style Love with the dalmation spot wallpaper and brass, green and pink accents. The whole scheme works really well together.
In the middle of it all is a fantastic Ikea Hemnes dresser hack that simply makes use of stick-on trims for the drawers as well as some gorgeous hexagon brass knobs.
Great work all round!
Now this is a stunning dressing table to sit at in the morning! This Ikea Alex hacked dressing table from Lust Living is beautifully done, with wall hung brackets to support it and great styling!
How about that confetti filed balloon as a quirky accessory?
We love the simplicity of this modular wardrobe hack from Do It But Do It Now. What we also love is the wardrobe being left unfinished for a great Scandi look.
You could of course paint the doors any colour you like, or a mix of colours!
The clever part of this Ikea bedroom hack is achieving several different types of storage by adding the cabinets and drawers together. All tied in by the black furniture legs.
As we started off saying, the bedroom is a very important room and shouldn’t be overlooked in your interior design scheme.
These Ikea bedroom hacks show how easy and cheap it is to achieve a fantastic, stylish look in your bedroom.
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