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55 IKEA Lack Table Hacks And Makeovers
IKEA Lack table is a universal piece that is amazing for hacking and incorporating it into various interiors – IKEA is good at making cool yet simple furniture. Lack table is a simple white or black item with four legs and sharp corners, and if it doesn’t fit your interior, you can always hack it.
How To Hack IKEA Lack Table?
Paint it in various colors and shades, stencil it or cover with various materials: fabrics, bamboo, wallpaper, weathered wood and so on. You can use decorative nails and glass or plexiglass tops, create a bottom compartment or shelf for storage. Change the tabletop for a butcherblock one, go for a bold hack using colorful yarn or cover the whole table with jute for a coastal feel. Stack tables with each other and make a tall etagere or a plant stand decorating the two pieces as if it’s one.
a black Lack table clad with light-colored wood is a modern and rustic idea to rock
a bold and contrasting IKEA Lack table hack of two pieces in grey and bold yellow is a catchy touch of color to the space
a catchy IKEA Lack table hack with dark stain timber panels is a lovely idea for adding an elegant and warm rustic feel to the space
a chic farmhouse Lack table hack with light-colored wood and a planter right in the center
a chic Lack table hack in black with a new metal base will easily fit any modern or Scandinavian space
a colorful IKEA Lack table hack with a black tabletop and mismatching colorful legs is a great idea for a bold room
a couple of IKEA Lack tables done into a single kitchen storage unit in pink and marble or in a tall kitchen island is a lovely idea
a stylish IKEA Lack table hack with a stained tabletop and black legs plus an additional shelf is a cool idea for this Scandi room
a stylish pastel cat condo made of IKEA Lack tables in lilac with scratchers and beds
a super bright IKEA Lack table hack done with string art is a trendy and edgy idea to try
add counter space to your kitchen using a couple of IKEA Lack tables like here, with a butcherblock countertop and red towels
an IKEA Lack table covered with yellow tiles all over is a stylish and bold accent in the interior that can withstand any conditions
coolest IKEA Lack table hacks with black plexiglass are a super stylish and sleek idea for a contemporary, Scandinavian or minimalist space
What To Make Of An IKEA Lack Table?
Don’t need a table? then make your Lack a nightstand, a plant stand, a side table, a pet diner, a kids’ play table or an ottoman, make your kids happy with a lovely play table! All of these ideas can be seen in the gallery below, get inspired!
Ikea Lack table renovated with mirrors is a stylish coffee or side table suitable for many interior types
IKEA Lack tables covered with water-resistant fabrics to make them more sophisticated
Lack tables hacked with checked black and white contact paper fit any Scandinavian space
several black IKEA Lack tables designed into a single corner etagere will help you display and accommodate a lot of stuff
a neutral living room with white sofas, a light blue rug, four Lack tables forming a single one in the center and tan curtains is cozy and welcoming
a lovely and cozy neutral bedroom with an IKEA Lack table that got a Moroccan twist and that makes this space more eye-catchy
a white IKEA Lack table with an inlay makeover as a catchy and bold nightstand in your bedroom is a great idea
a white IKEA Lack table used as a stand for dogs' bowls to let tall dogs eat and drink comfortably and avoid any food on the floor
a tan IKEA Lack table with a bit of pebbles and a candle in the center will be a nice relaxing addition to any bathroom or other spa-inspired space
an IKEA Lack table hacked with red paint and a chalkboard tabletop makes it a lovely kids' drawing and chalking table, perfect for developing art taste
an IKEA Lack table fully covered with jute is a lovely idea for a coastal, beach or seaside space and such a DIY won't cost you much
an IKEA Lack table hack with black paint and some chevron timber on top, plus an additional shelf and casters is a stylish and functional piece to rock
a green IKEA Lack table hack with a white tabletop is a bold and eye-catchy solution that will add color to your space
a neutral modern farmhouse living room with a taupe sofa and neutral pillows, a small vintage gallery wall and a couple of IKEA Lack tables plus a striped rug
an IKEA Lack table with black legs and a striped tabletop is a lovely addition to a stylish and relaxed living room, with a touch of blue or aqua
a welcoming bright living room with a couple of IKEa Lack tables turned into lovely poufs with tufting is a gorgeous solution to try
an IKEA Lack table turned into a kids' playtable - it's painted black and on top you may see a surface for playing LEGO
an IKEA Lack table turned into a nightstand with a rustic stained wood tabletop is a chic and stylish idea for a rustic space
a couple of Lack tables made over into a unique and colorful coffee table with a lower shelf, done in bold purple and with decorative nails - such an IKEA hack just wows
an IKEA Lack table can easily become a cool nightstand for any room with any color scheme thanks to its cool design and neutral color
an IKEA Lack table with a built-in striped sack for storing newspapers is a gorgeous idea for a modern living room, and a fun touch of color