On our Facebook page we recently linked a video that shows creative ways to make small spaces multifunctional. It got us thinking how else can you update a space, create a new one, or create shared space on a budget? Thankfully Ikea has just the solutions. Check out what we found to make your life easier:
Have a small closet? Display your clothes like you would art with a MULIG Clothes rack, black, as a result you will be able to find items more easy.
Store your items that you don’t want to display in multifunctional KVARNVIK Box with lid.
Keep things under your bed with VARDÖ Underbed storage box because its on wheels it makes for easy access and is a great place to store extra bedding and towels.
Bedroom or Living room:
Avoid the temptation of looking at your phone in the middle of the night by using an DEKAD Alarm clock instead.
Try a side table on wheels to create a dynamic space with multi purpose- IKEA PS 2012 Coffee table can easily be used as a bedside table.
Keep your feet comfortable with RENS Sheepskin rug because of its size it can be used next to a bed or coffee table.
MINDE Mirrors are as important to getting dressed in the morning as they are for making a space look bigger.
Add ENUDDEN Knobs for extra hanging space. Great for things like hats and bags that you want to display.
Add STRIBERG LED light strips around mirrors to give you more light to get ready by in the morning, furthermore you can use these lights to add focus to a display pieces.
Kitchen or Desk:
Hang GRUNDTAL Magnetic knife rack over a desk for a great place to store objects. For items that aren’t magnetic try placing them in magnetic GRUNDTAL Containers.
Pick a laptop desk with an open feeling to make a space feel bigger. We like this VITTSJÖ Laptop table.
A TOBIAS Chair can be used as a office chair or as a set at your dinning room table.