1 IKEA TARVA Dresser, 25 Different Ways

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Call them hacks, or makeovers, or just plain paint jobs, but these 25 DIY projects show you just what's possible with IKEA's TARVA dresser. It's an unfinished wood blank slate, waiting for your personal stamp of style. Check out these ideas and finished projects, and try one yourself this weekend.

  1. Modern Mountain Dresser from Hello Lidy
  2. Fabric Wrapped Dresser from The New Design Project
  3. Painted Geometric Dresser from Livet Hemma
  4. White Rolling Desk from In My Own Style (also lead image above)
  5. O'verlaid Dresser from IKEA Hackers
  1. Bookcase Dresser from Thistlewood Farms
  2. Bar Cart from My Fabuless Life
  3. Nursery Storage from Chris Loves Julia
  4. Grey Dressed Up Dresser from Lovesome
  5. White Nursery Dresser from The Pinto Pony
  1. White & gold dresser from Smitten Studio
  2. Embellished dresser from Sarah & Ben
  3. Preppy striped dresser from Windgate Lane
  4. Mint green dresser from Livet Hemma
  5. Bright blue dresser from Planning Pretty, via Houzz.
  1. Glam dresser from The World According to Jessica Claire
  2. Budget-friendly bar cart from City Farmhouse
  3. Stained and "stainless steel" dresser from Casa Sugar
  4. Tapered dresser from Design*Sponge
  5. Deep brown dresser from A Simple Kind of Life
  1. Graffiti dresser from IKEA
  2. Striped dresser from The Decorista
  3. Bright striped dresser from Mama
  4. Stained dresser from 551 East Design
  5. Blue & gold dresser from Cup Half Full

- Re-edited from a post originally published 8.28.2014 - CM

(Image credits: In My Own Style; Hello Lidy; The New Design Project; Livet Hemma; IKEA Hackers; Thistlewood Farms; My Fabuless Life; Chris Loves Julia; Lovesome; The Pinto Pony; Smitten Studio; Sarah & Ben; Windgate Lane; Livet Hemma; Planning Pretty, via Houzz; The World According to Jessica Claire; City Farmhouse; Casa Sugar; Design Sponge; A Simple Kind of Life; IKEA; The Decorista; Mama; 551 East Design; Cup Half Full)

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