Design Wiesel: Easy IKEA hacks

August 29, 2013 – 02:39

I love IKEA.Especially because you can easily divert most of the furniture pieces.GRUNDTAL daran befestigten. A BEKVÄM trolley was our bathroom shelf,fastened by a toilet paper holder and towel bar GRUNDTAL it.The car had the perfect height and offers plenty of storage space just right.A matching cabinet also not found in the classical sense and so he was improvised from two MOLGER stools.It is. I love IKEA. Especially Because it is so easy to divert some pieces of furniture From Their intended use. A BEKVÄM kitchen cart has become our bathroom storage after attacking hung to it a GRUNDTAL toilet roll holder and towel rail. The cart simply had the perfect height and Provides just enough storage. As we could not find the perfect sink cabinet Either we improvised our own MOLGER with two stools. Works,does not it?

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For our "closet" we have a wall in the bedroom the whole length covered with curtains and behind IKEA IVAR shelving and built RIGGA coat rack.Creates loads of space,makes more space and always looks tidy.Behind rather not.The bookshelves are the cheapest IKEA basement shelves that I could find,white stained.

For our "closet" we hid a wall in our bedroom with IKEA curtains in its full length and put up RIGGA IVAR shelves and clothes racks behind it. There is quite a lot of space behind the curtains plus They make the room look more open and resist. So it makes our room look tidy. No one has to know what is going on behind ... The bookcases are the cheapest IKEA storage shelves I could find,probably Intended for the basement or the pantry. But they look pretty neat,glazed white,do not they?

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Storage Cabinet / Pantry - Oak Finish
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Need additional kitchen storage

I have a perfect spot for a tall vertical cabinet that I could use as a pantry for additional kitchen storage. but instead of buying a cabinet I was thinking of buying a locker like this...I live in a loft that is very industrial looking. whats your opinion?

Food storage/other side of the kitchen

We keep all our food in the left upper of the hutch, one of the lower cabinets in the hutch, and the bottom 2 drawers (oninons, garlic etc).
We have 2 shelves on the stairs down to the basement right opposite the hutch we use for overstock (like a pantry). the fridge is opposite the stove. A planned peninsula (island like), will be opposite the DW, and will house the microwave, more dish storage, and have a potrack over it.
We found we can keep daily use plates, bowls and cups in drawers (I make them about 8" deep); and make use of a pantry and china cabinet in another room to make up for the lack of uppers (lucky to have original built-ins in the dining room)


The open shelving would probably have some decorative items, probably plates & 2 sets of glasses (matching), and I would buy new jars for my spices to display there.
I don't have any pics of the kitchen yet, but I made a crude drawing (below).
A: is an old water heater... It's at counter height, but offers no storage space other than the top. (Single sink next to it, then fridge.) There is wall space between the fridge and the entry door (for a tall cabinet?)
S: is the stove... The bathroom door is between the stove and the counter.
W: is the apt.-sized stacked washer/dryer unit

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