Almost every girl dreams of the perfect dressing table to have the perfect start to their day. These Ikea dressing table hacks aim to make that possible for everybody.
Sometimes it can be too expensive to get the right one or there isn’t enough space. These issues are addressed by these Ikea hacks.
Let’s have a look at these Ikea dressing table hacks to see if there is one that is perfect for you!
This is a beautifully simple dressing table hack from The Crazy Kitchen.
They have used an Ikea Alex desk top with drawers and added some stunning copper coloured hairpin legs.
A few copper accessories finish the look.
At Hokus Pokus they have taken a simple Malm dressing table and upgraded it with a paint job and some mirror detailing.
The front of the drawer has had a vinyl mirrored surface stuck on it and then an adhesive fretwork panel for decorative effect. It all looks incredible!
The glass top is perfect for protecting the surface and keeping it clean.
Another elegant dressing table, from Undeclared Panache. This time with the metal-framed Vitssjo laptop table.
They have simply replaced the glass table top with a solid wood top to give it a bit more rustic charm.
The metal frame was painted white to fit in better with its surroundings.
Another Ikea Alex-based dressing table, this time combined with Ekby shelf brackets to create a ‘floating’ dressing table.
This is a great idea, from Mrs_Macs_Home on Instagram, for rooms with limited space as the lack of legs makes the table feel less intrusive.
We also love the wooden beaded light fitting!
For something a lot larger this dressing table hack from Lust Living does the job!
They have combined two Ikea Malm dressers and a Linnmon top to give ample surface space, as well as loads of storage.
After that it’s all about the accessories!
Another mirror fronted Ikea Malm dressing table from Ikeahackers on Instagram, but this one is a little different.
There is no fretwork here, just simple mirrored elegance with some gorgeous glass knobs to compliment the look.
We love the simplicity of this dressing table from Georgia Adolpho.
It is just an Ikea Lack floating shelf with some gold painted Ikea Adils legs. All incredibly cheap and the whole set up does not intrude on the space of the room much.
More Lack shelves for this dressing table hack from Ikeahackers. This time a few shelves have been fitted together to form a corner dressing table with shelving.
The Lack shelf is a great material to make chunky furniture like this with.
Ok, this isn’t used as a dressing table but it could be!
This stunning table from Vintage Rose Collection uses Ikea Finnvard trestle legs with an old tiled table top on top.
It’s a simple but elegant solution.
This is one of our favourite hacks from Sugar and Cloth.
They have used Ikea Eket drawer units fixed to the wall to create a ‘floating’ effect and added a lovely solid wood top.
The gold semi-circular wedge handles are the finishing touch that really make a difference here!
Whatever your needs when it comes to a dressing table, there is an Ikea dressing table hack out there for you!
We hope you’ve found inspiration with these Ikea dressing table hacks and can finally have your own!