• PANYL We've seen a number of examples of PANYL being expertly utilized here on Apartment Therapy, including the Patchwork Dresser: A West Elm-Inspired IKEA Hack shown above. The self adhesive vinyl skins can be purchased for a specific IKEA piece or you can buy it by the foot and get really creative.• Prettypegs Customizing IKEA furniture is about more than covering up the fabric or finish. Swedish company Prettypegs lets you dress up the base with colorful and whimsical new feet. They offer affordable shipping around the world ($24 to the US & Canada). • Bemz This Swedish company offers even more options for recovering your IKEA upholstered pieces. While some covers can cost as much as the furniture itself, Bemz offers the widest range of print and style options. • Knesting Slip covers for popular IKEA furniture pieces may not be a new concept but Knesting is one of the few companies who makes theirs in the States. Knesting currently offers slipcovers for EKTORP, KARLANDA, KARLSTAD, POANG and more, all made in Atlanta, Georgia. • Comfort Works This Australian company offers slip covers for IKEA sofas and chairs, as well as curtains and custom cushions. Fabrics range from cotton and linen to velvet and leather. Custom Works ships worldwide with a $24 limit on shipping costs. • Parts of Sweden From simple add-ons, like furniture legs and handles and knobs, to more inventive items, like the magazine rack for BILLY bookcase that's shown here, Parts of Sweden is a great resource for any IKEA hacker. • Semihandmade Hacking IKEA pieces doesn't stop with furniture. If you're thinking about installing an IKEA kitchen, or even updating an existing one, Semihandmade can set you up with custom door and drawer fronts. • Modern Crafts Based in Minneapolis, Modern Crafts gives you another option for custom cabinet doors. Wood options include walnut, bamboo and zebrawood.
(Images: As linked above.)