To help homes embrace a greener, more sustainable aesthetic, home decorating expert Monica Karlstein has created a book packed with interior design hacks centred around IKEA furniture.
The Swedish home decor upcycler has teamed up with the furniture giant to create a book titled; 99 Hacks, From mass-produced to genuine furnishings, which offers a collection of 100 per cent sustainable ways to update and reinvent IKEA furniture.
In the book, Karlstein shows how everyday IKEA furniture can be given a new sustainable leases of life, helping to avoid items finding their way to landfills and impacting the environment.
The interesting guide is divided into individual rooms, all featuring hacks of varying difficulty, suitable for upcycling experts and beginners.
It features hacks for the likes of the hall, kitchen, bedroom, children’s rooms and living room. There are upcycing ideas for turning the GJORA bed frame into a woven headboard, an update of the IVAR cabinet, a reinvented MALM dresser plus a host of other ideas.
To view more ideas, or enjoy some upcycling IKEA inspiration, from 99 Hacks visit Hemmafix online.
Currently the 99 Hacks Monica Karlstein book is only available in Swedish, with no word yet on an English version. To stay up to date on potential further releases visit Monica Karlstein’s Hemmafix blog online.
For more information on the IKEA 99 Hacks Monica Karlstein blog Hemmafix online.