Over the years, we’ve hacked more than our fair share of Ikea items including the Ingo table which we turned into a herringbone desk or the Frosta stool which we turned into bedside tables for our guest bedroom.
We keep meaning to buy less Ikea furniture as we think we should be more ‘grown-up’ and buy ‘propper’ furniture but we keep finding ourselves back at the big blue and yellow stores as the design and value for money are just unbeatable. Especially when you look at some of the spectacular Ikea hacks that these super creative people have made!
With cane and rattan still on-trend for 2020, we’ve been scouring the internet for some interior inspiration and we*re sharing the best Ikea hacks with cane webbing to inspire you to transform your Ikea furniture!
Just a quick warning – they’re so amazing that you’ll definitely want to get hacking!
Isn’t this Billy hack stunning?
Who knew that you could transform a simple bookcase into something so stylish and elegant! The cane webbing adds a lightness to the large piece of furniture and the colour combinations are gorgeous, too!
Would you have guessed that this gorgeous cabinet started life as an Ivar cupboard? No, me neither! It makes me want to cut gorgeous curves into all of my furniture!
If you’re thinking of upgrading your bedroom storage take a look at this fab Platsa wardrobe hack with cane webbing. Adding the cane webbing makes this wardrobe look really high quality and super stylish. And if you love this wardrobe hack, you’ll love the matching bedside tables, too!
It’s no big secret that I love to hide everything I possibly can and if you’re searching for some stylish living room storage look no further than this Besta hack!
The cane webbing gives the otherwise plain Besta fronts some lovely texture and interest that would look great in any living room!
We couldn’t share a list of our favourite Ikea hacks with cane webbing without including our Hemnes dresser, could we? It’s a fairly large piece of furniture but it doesn’t feel chunky at all and the cane webbing adds a lovely lightness to it.
I honestly don’t know how we managed without it as it’s already completely stuffed full of clothes!
Have all of these gorgeous Ikea hacks with cane webbing made you want to get creative and update your furniture, too? There’s no need to settle for boring furniture even if you are on a budget. A lot of these projects aren’t difficult to do but can completely personalise your space.
Have you ever hacked your Ikea furniture (we’d love to see pictures!)? Do you have a favourite ever Ikea hack?