A few years ago we designed the most gorgeous DIY Ikea floating sideboard as part of our Scandi Living Room Reveal! It was one of the highlight pieces of our rambler remodel along side the DIY faux concrete waterfall island! and the industrial modern bathroom makeover.
Do you love the look of all West Elm Mid Century Modern furniture? Um yes please, deliver that to my house and charge the neighbor! I jest. Kinda. Instead of buying this nightstand (left) for $330, why not make this Ikea Tarva Hack (right) for $45?
Eh eh? You know you want it. And it’s easy! Read more after the jump.
With a weekend of just “hanging out” on the calendar, I finally got down to business and took pictures of our shiny new kitchen reveal.
We purchased this house back in October 2015. It was built in the last 10 years so everything was structurally perfect with your standard builder fixtures and oak details. When we moved in I was 5 months pregnant and ready to do some extreme nesting, so I painted every wall in every room as well as all the baseboards and door trims.
In the quest to make our house look modern and chic while still in our budget, I’ve gone through Ikea’s textiles both physically and online more times that I can count to find the “perfect” pieces. There are a few things I always skip over, while there are others I’m always drawn to. Therefore this Ikea Cheat Sheet is for the Modern Textiles found in the big yellow and blue store!