IDEA GENERATOR : IKEA Built-in Furniture Hacks

We love a good IKEA hack, and there’s not many things we’re better at bringing to life than someone else’s brilliant hack ideas. This set is a near-perfect one for most San Francisco apartments in Russian Hill, North Beach, The Marina, Nob Hill, Cow Hollow, Pacific Heights and Hayes Valley.

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If you’ve ever watched an episode of House Hunters, you know how built-ins can make a first-time home buyer squeal (on a scale of one to walk-in closets, they’re probably about a seven). And we completely understand how one could go go starry-eyed over a wall of bookcases.There’s just something about their tidy finished look, sturdy structure, and decorative details that make built-ins swoon-worthy.

But of course, like most things on our “someday list,” they’re not exactly cheap to install.However, as many ingenious decor bloggers have demonstrated, when there is a will — and IKEA — there is a more affordable way.

IKEA furniture is known for its “hackability.” The pieces are generally inexpensive, and the fact that they come in a million pieces is actually a plus when you’re trying to customize something for a particular space.Often, with just a little trim, a few extra nails, and a creative eye for design, you can turn what is otherwise a wobbly bookcase or dresser into a beautiful built-in unit.Thinking you might tackle this project in your own home? Take inspiration from these impressive projects:

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Source: IKEA Built-in Ideas – IKEA Furniture Hacks

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