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49 IKEA Lack Shelves Ideas And Hacks
IKEA Lack shelves are ones with the wall thanks to the concealed mounting hardware, and they perfectly serve for storage. There are lots of ideas to use them and to hack them, let’s consider some of them to get inspired.
Lack shelves in white and black can be cut according to the size of your space and you can display dinnerware or drinkware on them. Add glass holders underneath the shelf, or attach a rail to hang mugs on hooks, it will save some space. Organize your own home bar using black Lack shelves: place your drinks and glasses on the shelves, add lights underneath and place lemons and other necessary stuff below.
These shelves are perfect to organize your grains and kitchen supplies. They also look great on plain subway tiles. (Murchison-Hume)
a Lack with glass storage underneath is perfect for a home bar
displaying dinnerware on Lack shelves is a good idea
black Lack shelves with hidden lights for a home bar
copper IKEA Lack shelves hack for a stylish space
light up Lack shelves in the kitchen
Thanks to its size, these floating shelves could occupy awkward corners. (The Cavender Diary)
put your dinnerware and drinkware on display with black Lack shelves
sneak in a mini-home office in the kitchen with Lack shelves
dining room display on Lack shelves
Various IKEA Lack shelves can be widely used in bedrooms: attach long Lack shelves along the whole wall for storage, do it lower than usual to achieve a cool effect. Place a corner Lack shelf in the bedroom, put some bedside lamps on it. You can also cut a Lack shelf to a smaller size and attach it by the bed, it will be a great bedside table for your bedroom and will save some space.
a little Lack shelf makes a great bedside table
For small space living, LACK shelves are perfect. In glossy white they look great on dark and moody walls. (Urban Aesthetics)
IKEA LACK shelves cut down to fit space
Lack bookshelf and a nightstand at the same time
Lack nightstand to attach at the bedside
low Lack shelves in the bedroom along the whole wall
Lack shelves are classics in the living rooms, hack them as you need, cut them and attach to the walls. Display and store your books and other items, use them as photo stands and so on – these shelves are cool! Open shelving is the best way to store and display at the same time, it saves space and looks airy and light. Have cats? Take some Lack shelves and attach them as stairs or shelves to let them jump from one to another and have fun.
a dark Lack shelf hung just high enough above the dark hardwood floor to allow for record storage underneath
Clean and simple design of LACK shelves allows to display things on them in any color.
a wall of little shelves that creates a library in the living room
With light modifications, several LACK shelves could become a single beautiful storage solution. (stephane chamard)
calm mid-century modern space with Lack shelves for storage
cat shelves of Lack to let your cats have fun
Display the stuff you bring from travels. Floating shelves provides lots of space to do that without looking too bulky. (Heather Merenda)
create a modern display of several Lack shelves
long white lack shelves for comfy living room displays
IKEA Lack shelves turned into a staircase for cats
IKEA wall shelves in the corner for diplaying things
Lack shelves are classics for any modern space
If you have a home office nook or a whole room, Lack shelves will be a perfect option to try. If you attach them well enough, you can use them not only for storage but also as a desk. Black and white, corner and usual, these shelves will bring comfort for little money.
Lack shelves are ideal for kids’ storage: they can be bookshelves or display shelves, they can be used for shoe storage and you can add a rail to hang clothes underneath the shelves. Attach the shelves in the playroom to use them for toys.