DIY: IKEA LACK TABLE COVERED IN WALL PAPER

(Podéis leer este artículo en Español aquí. ♦ Podem ler este artigo em Português aqui.)

Do you remember what I first did with my plain Ikea Lack side tables? Here, take a look! Well, I got bored of them, besides, they didn’t match anymore with the living room decoration. So, I undid what I had and transform them again! This time I used Ikea wall paper, a stapler, a pair of scissors and some washi tape. Now, I just have to add some wall decoration and some curtains and my living room will be complete! YAY!

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rabiscarte has a new face!

(Podem ler este artigo em Português aqui. Podéis leer este artículo en Español aquí.)

It’s been a while since I wanted to give a new face to Rabiscarte. Today I got my sweet sweet husband to spend an entire afternoon changing the blog’s image. I’m so grateful and happy!!! I love the new modern and clean look, don’t you agree?

Here’s how it used to be…

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And here is how it looks now…

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Now it even has a version for mobile devices!

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Before & After: Vases

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I had some scraps of ribbons that I used in the coffee tables, so I decided to use them in some really simple vases. They didn’t turn out be be exactly as I expected, because I didn’t considered the vases’ curvature… Even so, they look nice, don’t they?

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Before & After: LACK table from Ikea

Here’s my first Ikea hack!

I love the simplicity of Ikea, but sometimes it’s so simple that it turns out to be really impersonal. So, this time I’ve decided to give a “me” touch to these LACK coffee tables. What do you think? I just needed a brush, some white glue and approximately 5 meters of two types of ribbons.

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