IKEA Lack table may seem a simple and boring furniture piece but if you hack it, you may get an amazing piece! We’ve already shared some IKEA Lack table hacks but more and more hacks appear, so I can’t wait to share the newest ones with you. These easy and cool hacks are simple DIYs that can be realized even by beginners. Take a look!
Hacks For Kids
Hack your Lack table for your children: make a chalkboard table to inspire creativity or go for a play table with paper and pens in drawers attached on the sides of the table. You may also use it for LEGO – let your kids build various towns there!
Side And Coffee Tables
Spruce up your Lack table with various bold paints, decorative nails and maybe metallic corners. Make a lightbox coffee table, cover it with adhesive paper of any colors and patterns, add eye-catchy legs to the table or make a planter in the center of the table for a fresh look.
Make a cool nightstand of a couple of Lack tables attached to each other and painted bold, make a small yet functional kitchen island of two Lack tables covering the top with wood, or spoil your kitty with a large cat tree with platforms, a feeding space and scratchers. Enjoy!