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25 Stylish IKEA Ottoman And Pouf Hacks
Every living room, even the smallest one, needs an ottoman, a pouf or at least a floor cushion. If you don’t have one and aren’t ready to buy anything, it’s high time to DIY! We’ve prepared a bunch of ideas to make your own piece of IKEA items – renovating an existing item or creating a new one of IKEA items. Dive in!
IKEA Ottomans And Poufs Hacks
What IKEA items can you renovate? Actually, there are a lot of ideas to choose from but we’ve chosen IKEA Bosnas and Karlstad to show how to redo them. If you take Bosnas, you may just add a new slipcover that matches your interior perfectly. If you have a Karlstad at hand, renovate it with the fabric that you like. Any other IKEA poufs and ottomans can be refreshed with new fabric and spray paints – spray paint the legs if any.
IKEA Bosnas ottomans renovated with bright printed slipcovers will add a colorful touch to your space
an IKEA Karlstad footstool renovated with new printed fabric will be a nice fit for a modern living room
an IKEA footstool turned into a comfy boho folksy pouf in black and white with catchy patterns
Ottomans And Poufs Of IKEA Items
If you don’t have a ready ottoman or pouf at hand, make your own one using what you own! One of the most popular pieces for renovation is IKEA Lack coffee tables that can be painted and upholstered to match your living room; you may also add a slipcover if you need a very quick hack. IKEA Vittsjo tables are a great base to make a fresh and chic ottoman or even upholstered bench – add a cushion with upholstery and spray paint the framing to achieve a cool look. IKEA Knagglig boxes, IKEA Frosta stools and other items can be turned into stylish ottomans. You may also sew some poufs using IKEA fabrics and inserts or renovate an existing piece with IKEA fabrics or rugs. Add a touch of style to your living room!
a chic tufted ottoman made of an IKEA Lack table and white leather is a cool idea for adding an elegant touch
a comfy furry ottoman made of a bench and an IKEA faux fur rug in white
a glam ottoman made of a plywood cube and covered with an IKEA Tejn faux fur skin for a furry touch
a gorgeous navy modern ottoman made of IKEA Fjadrar cushion inserts and Ormkaktus fabric
a Hemnes coffee table redone with printed pastel fabric to get a cool large ottoman
a living room ottoman made of an IKEA Lack table with printed grey and yellow fabric on top plus brown legs
a plain and old IKEA Lack end table turned into a stylish ottoman with bright fabric on top