Nifty·Updated on Oct 18, 2019. Posted on Feb 10, 201811 Hacks For Making Your IKEA Furniture A Little Less...IKEA-YMake that BEKVÄM a little less böring.by Jennifer PadjemiJournaliste chez BuzzFeed, FranceFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. The KNAGGLIG box: Use it as a plant pot holder or stack 'em to make a bookshelf: instagram.com, instagram.com 2. And those EKET cabinet cubes can be stacked and combined to make for a doll house, night stand, or de facto dresser: trucsetbricolages.com / Via pinterest.fr, Chasseurs d'astuces / Via pinterest.fr, Chasseurs d'astuces / Via pinterest.fr 3. The MOSSLANDA picture ledges work for storing your spices and displaying books and mags: bricobistro.com / Via pinterest.fr, J'Organise Mon Quotidien / Via pinterest.fr 4. And the RÅSKOG utility cart isn't just for drink cart purposes — they're also ideal for the bathroom, kitchen, and crafts: isabel chedeville / Via pinterest.fr, Ikea / Via pinterest.fr, rebekkascraftroom.blogspot.ch / Via pinterest.fr 5. The trusty ol' LACK side table can be stacked in all kinds of ways: Stacy D / Via pinterest.fr, mariafallsblog / Via pinterest.fr 6. And if you have two RAST 3-drawer chests, give them a fresh coat of paint and then use them to make a desk: muramur.ca / Via pinterest.fr 7. Plus, the EKBY ALEX shelf makes for a v. sleek desk or floating vanity: Curbly / Via pinterest.fr, Casanaute / Via pinterest.fr 8. And we're into using the BEKVÄM kitchen cart as a sewing table or bathroom cupboard: Ikea / Via pinterest.fr, Bibu Bibu / Via pinterest.fr 9. Even if you're not a celeb with a shoe closet, you can pretend to be, with the tall BILLY bookcase: Elvis / Via pinterest.fr 10. And then you can line up the shorter BILLY end-to-end to make it look like one big expensive shelving unit: Elle France / Via pinterest.fr 11. And finally, use the BEKVÄM spice rack to also simplify workspaces and cleaning closets: Des idées de génie / Via pinterest.fr, trucs et bricolages / Via pinterest.fr Got an IKEA dress-up hack of your own? Leave yours in the comments below! This post was translated from French.