Nifty·Posted on Mar 2, 201911 Clever IKEA Hacks That Will Make You Wonder Why You Hadn't Thought Of These BeforeHere's how to make your own charging station and also a moon lamp!!by Anna AridzanjanBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Use a little acrylic paint to transform the ultra cheap FADO table lamp into an out-of-this-world moon lamp. ikeahackers.net Find the tutorial here. 2. Or take two KULLEN chests and whip up this rose gold-trimmed dressing table. ikea.com, ikeahackers.net Find the tutorial here. 3. Clean out that extra closet space and turn it into a mudroom by using the BESTÅ and BILLY storage units. ikeahackers.net Find the instructions here. 4. Turn the TORKAD paper towel holder into a stylish wine glass holder, just like the kind you see at fancy bars. ikea.com, ikeahackers.net You'll find the instructions here. 5. Have a lot of guests, but not enough space? Use the LACK nesting tables to construct an extendable coffee table... ikeahackers.net Find the tutorial here. 6. And speaking of the LACK table: You can also use it to create a neat and handy charging station. ikea.com, ikeahackers.net Find the instructions here. 7. For people who have a particularly large collection of earrings: The MACKAPÄR shoe rack can be easily transformed into an earring holder. ikea.com, ikeahackers.net You'll find the instructions here. 8. If you like to snuggle up on the couch with a book, you should definitely make this extendable reading light for your wall using the FRÄCK mirror and the HOLMÖ floor lamp. ikea.com, ikeahackers.net You'll find the instructions here. 9. Very fancy: This makeup table is made out of two EKBY ALEX shelves. ikeahackers.net Get the tutorial here. 10. Turn two plain old MALM dressers into this beautiful piece of bobbin furniture. ikeahackers.net Find the instructions here. 11. And finally: This IKEA bag hack will help any bride navigate the bathroom on their big day like a BALLER. You're welcome! ikeahackers.net Find the instructions here! For more IKEA hacks, head over to ikeahackers.net! This post was translated from German.