Ikea Hack: Shoe Shelves Made From Lack Tables

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13 Comments

  1. Love this idea for a corner…sometimes corners space is so hard to work with! Great job

  2. What a great idea! So glad to find your blog today – so many great projects & creative decorating ideas!!
    ~Laura

  3. Thank you! I completely agree about the corner spaces, especially this one because it was only 18″ wide.

  4. Brilliantly done, and so slick and modern looking. I love it.

  5. M,

    I love this. The mr. and I live in a tiny 1920’s bungalow and we have a lot of shoes. We recently began thinking about starting a family so my shoe bedroom will be turned into a nursery. We have lots of little corners though! Might have to try something like this! Thanks for the idea!

  6. What a great compliment! Thank you!! Reading this totally made my day. I hope I continue to inspire.

  7. Thank you! I was totally going for slick and modern, so I’m glad you thought it looked as such.

  8. So happy to read that this post made you see your corners in a different light. Be sure to let me know how it all works out. Thanks for the comment! ~M.

  9. Being Swedish, I’m naturally a fan of IKEA and love your makeover of the shelf.
    Thanks for liking my DIY batik blog at http://www.shoebox-living.com. Pls find me on blog loving ! Xxx

  10. Thanks for leaving a comment! I’ve never heard of blog loving until I started this blog. Will have to check it out and see what it’s all about!

  11. I didn’t know about it either but its quite useful way of managing all the blogs you are following. I signed just added it to my page 🙂

  12. oooh, another one i need to try. you make me want to buy a house!

  13. Haha… I’ve been feeling the same for ages! When I finally bought a house, this blog was what happened. All that creativity I’d kept bottling up was just bursting at the seams! ~M.

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