Nifty·Updated on Jul 20, 2020. Posted on Dec 14, 201431 Brilliant Ikea Hacks Every Parent Should KnowYour kids don't know how good they're about to have it.by Rachel Wilkerson MillerBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Jenny Chang / BuzzFeed 1. Swap a crib for the bottom bed on the Ikea Mydal bunk bed. apartmenttherapy.com See the how-to here. 2. Use a spice rack as a clothing rack for baby clothes. Get more inspiration here. 3. Turn a Rast nightstand into a modern dollhouse. ambrosiagirl.com / Via ivillage.com Learn how to make it here. 4. Organize your mudroom with Ikea bookcases. Make getting out the door in the morning that much easier! Get the tutorial here. 5. Make a Kura bed into a cozy reading nook. christinasbooks.com See how to do it (plus how to use the Kura to create other amazing projects for kids) here. 6. Use the Grundtal knife rack to organize small metal toys. justagirlandherblog.com / Via apartmenttherapy.com 7. Spruce up the Latt table with a world map. feltandhoney.com Get the step-by-step instructions here. 8. Add a fun border to plain curtains. honeyandfitz.com honeyandfitz.com See how to do the stripes here and the pom-pom trim here. 9. Give an Ikea changing table a colorful upgrade. poppinette.com Get the tutorial here. 10. Make a play kitchen from Ikea nightstands. littleredwindow.com They even have lights inside! See how to make the stove here and the microwave and fridge here. 11. Or give the Ikea play kitchen a modern makeover. snidermoneypit.blogspot.com Seriously, this kitchen is prettier than mine. See how easy it is here. 12. Give simple shelves a celestial upgrade. limmaland.com Get the plans here. 13. Or get the look with napkin holders. tinch.co.nz / Via Colour Me There Snap them up here. 14. Add a Billy bookshelf to the Gulliver crib. Alissa of Urban Sparrow / Via ikeahackers.net Even though your baby probably can't read. See how they did it here. 15. Add a chalkboard top to the Lack side table. paddingtonway.blogspot.com See how to do it here. 16. Make the Lego table of your kids' dreams. frugalfun4boys.com So legit. Learn how here. 17. Turn a coffee table into a toy workbench. ikeahackers.net See the instructions here. 18. Make your own light-up table. hobbymommycreations.ca See the step-by-step here. 19. Turn a shoe rack into a play supermarket. fun.kyti.me It's also easy to fold up and move around! See more here. 20. Turn the iconic Strandmon chair into a rocker. interiorsbykenz.com For parents who want to feed their babies in style. Learn how here. 21. Use masking tape and white paint to make an old Ikea dresser seriously stylish. bobmartus.com / Via designsponge.com See more here. 22. Use floating shelves to organize kiddos' closets. myfrugaladventures.com myfrugaladventures.com Get more info here. 23. Turn an Ikea crib into a co-sleeper. amandamedlin.com Get the instructions (along with important safety information) here. 24. Turn the rolling Raskog cart into a homework station. smashedpeasandcarrots.com Find out more here. 25. Create a custom closet with Billy bookshelves. stacyssavings.com stacyssavings.com Get detailed instructions here. 26. Make over a Hemnes dresser to turn it into a beautiful piece for a nursery. LacquerandLinen / Via projectnursery.com See more here. 27. Find the man in the moon in Ikea's Fado lamp. mommo-design.blogspot.it / Via apartmenttherapy.com See how to do it here. 28. Organize art supplies in a utensil holder. childhoodlist.blogspot.com / Via ikeahackers.net Learn more here. 29. Use Ikea wardrobe units to create built-ins around a window seat. Stacey Brandford / Via thisoldhouse.com Find out how a blogger created it here. 30. Use an Ikea kitchen storage system to organize diapers. babyrabies.com See the tutorial here. 31. Use the Flort remote control caddy to organize your car. ikeahackers.net See more here. Want more great parenting tips? Sign up for the BuzzFeed Parents newsletter and you'll get them in your inbox twice a week!