When you combine any full-of-promise IKEA product and a $5 can of spray paint, the results are nothing short of a DIY miracle. Whether coated with a glamorous layer of gold, or covered in a lush, nature-inspired green, it's amazing how a simple color change can make these IKEA pieces almost unrecognizable. Thanks to some spray paint, these chameleons are able to blend into any environment—yet remain the stars of the show.
To make the VITTSJO look much more luxe, upgrade the frame with a few coats of gold spray paint, as Style Me Pretty did above.
Not only is the RASKOG kitchen cart one of the most versatile IKEA products, but all you need to make it work in any style room is a single can of spray paint. In a Seattle rental featured on Design Sponge, pictured above, the cart was painted navy blue to serve as a bar cart, but we can also imagine a sunny yellow one holding utensils in the kitchen.
This IKEA pendant light hack by Sugar & Cloth for Lulus demonstrates the beauty of using spray paint in two different finishes. Matte pastels on the outside and shiny metallics on the inside create a striking contrast.
To give the SKRUVSTA swivel chair a dose of glam, all DC blogger Alicia Tenise had to do was spritz the legs with gold spray paint. Now that's $3.50 well spent.
My Melodrama once again proves the makeover potential contained in a simple bottle of metallic spray paint. These once-boring IKEA bar stools are now the life of the party.
To give an open-weave basket a paint-dipped look, the Dutch blog Zilverblauw spray-painted just the bottom.
Using spray paint in three different shades of purple, Jeran from Oleander + Palm created shelving that practically pops off the wall.
One surefire way to make a cheap IKEA bed frame seem more sophisticated: Give it a coat of spray paint in a soft, muted hue. Explore the rest of the IKEA hacks in this Birmingham, Alabama home over on A Beautiful Mess.
Step up the playfulness of a BEKVAM stool by giving it a coat of bright red paint. These cheerful toothbrushing stands tuck under the sink in this bathroom from Design Chic.