At last, I can officially share some exciting news! Jules Yap, founder of the highly successful website IkeaHackers.net, has published a book of 25 biggest & best Ikea Hacks & my Ikea Hack Cabin bed with secret den is featured!
I first shared our step-by-step guide to building an Ikea Hack children’s cabin bed and secret den for Youngest back in 2016. Yet, more than a year later, it’s still my most popular post. This week her ‘before’ and ‘after’ bedroom transformation is featured on the successful US lifestyle and interiors website, Apartment Therapy.
When I’m planning a room makeover, I love finding ways to save money such as upcycling my existing items or repurposing furniture and accessories with my Ikea hacks. If you want to improve your home but don’t want to spend a fortune, these 7 thrifty tips could be just what you need.
Our study makeover has been published on IkeaHackers.net. The feature gives step-by-step instructions of how I created our study with Ikea furniture and a bit of imagination.
After less than three month’s of blogging, I was delighted be asked by Emma Bradley, the editor of Tots100 and blogger at Emma and 3 and Mums Savvy Savings to be subject of March’s ‘Through the Keyhole’ feature on the Tots100 website.
In part 1 of ‘Dining room to den’ I described how we turned our old dining room into our perfect study / home office by customising an Ikea kitchen worktop and storage units. In the second part of the series I’ll describe how we completed the look with carefully chosen accessories, artwork and soft furnishings.
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