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Ikea stool

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This pretty IKEA step stool makeover is stylish and easy. The two tone look adds just the right pop of color while still being neutral enough for any space. One of the easiest IKEA diys out there!

This pretty IKEA step stool makeover is stylish and easy. The two tone look adds just the right pop of color while still being neutral enough for any space. One of the easiest IKEA diys out there!

IKEA’s BEKVAM step stool is the $20 item we see over and over again in readers’ homes. It’s solid birch, and super utilitarian—but can also add plenty of style to your home, especially if you take a little time to make it your own.  #BEKVAMstool #IKEAhacks #StepStool #DIY #DIYprojects

IKEA’s BEKVAM step stool is the $20 item we see over and over again in readers’ homes. It’s solid birch, and super utilitarian—but can also add plenty of style to your home, especially if you take a little time to make it your own. #BEKVAMstool #IKEAhacks #StepStool #DIY #DIYprojects

Easy Scandinavian IKEA Frosta Stool Makeover: Bring home a bit of Scandinavia into your home by making over your IKEA Frosta Stools with muted, pastel colors.

Bring home a bit of Scandinavia into your home by making over your IKEA Frosta Stools with muted, pastel colors. Click through to find out how!

Easy Ikea Step Stool Hack - Living Letter Home

Modern farmhouse style Ikea Bekvam step stool hack that you can do with very few materials in a single afternoon from Living Letter Home

ikea flip MAMMUT plaster stool

just an easy peasy way to elevate that little plastic thing into a textured fun little side table Need one Ikea mammut stool plaster fabric tape gloves surface protection little container to mix the plaster in sand paper build your stool, wich is basically just popping the legs into place get your tape and try to cover as much surface of the stool as possible without creating crazy bulky folds of the tape I started with the top and tried to wrap the end bits around the curved edge you can…