20 Ways to Use IKEA's RIBBA Picture Ledges All Over the House

20 Ways to Use IKEA's RIBBA Picture Ledges All Over the House

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Carrie McBride
Nov 7, 2015

Picture ledges are inherently versatile because they allow you to quickly and easily swap art in and out on a whim. But they may be a whole lot more versatile than you realized as you'll see by these twenty alternative uses. Take a look and get inspired:

Above, an IKEA BYGEL rail is attached to the underside of a RIBBA ledge to create a place to hang clothes in a bedroom seen on Dos Family.


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Similarly, this NYC family, featured on IKEA Share Space, hung HEMNES hangers below a RIBBA ledge to create a more organized entry space in their living room.


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Used as a landing strip as in Eva's home on Apartment Therapy.


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To house a selection of air plants in moss as Lin of Hot for Houses did.


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As a bike rack hanging solution (in conjunction with rope on a carabiner) as seen on IKEA Hackers.


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To display beautiful plates as Yvonne of Yvestown has done.


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To hold and organize necklaces in the bedroom as seen on Broader Borders.

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As a catch-all in the bathroom as seen on Yasam Stil.


Flipped upside down to create and even wider space for display above a radiator like Pinterest user Lindsay.

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To display children's book as in Ruby's Gem of a Room on Apartment Therapy.


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To hold craft supplies as seen in Holly's work studio on decor8.

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In the garage as a tool rack to hold screwdrivers (next to it is a BYGEL rail) as seen on IKEA Hackers.

(Image credit: Tara Belucci)
In the kitchen for easy access to your cookbooks as seen in Tara's apartment on Apartment Therapy.

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As shoe storage, an idea from IKEA itself.

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In the kitchen as a tea shelf with the addition of mug hooks and jar lids screwed to the underside as seen on Design*Sponge.

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To hold spices in the kitchen as seen on Duhbe.


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Paired with MDF to create a headboard with storage as seen on Hitta Hem.

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To hold a large nail polish collection as in Lora & Frank's Fun, Modern Home on Apartment Therapy.

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As a makeshift nightstand for a bed that is against the wall as seen on La Vie DIY.

(Image credit: New Home Economics)

Used in conjunction with the DIGNITET curtain rod to display children's artwork as in New Home Economics.

Re-edited from a post originally published 11.5.14-NT

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