Ikea furniture may at one point have had a reputation for cookie-cutter sameness, but a generation of DIYers, crafters, and "Ikea hackers" have changed all that. At this point, Ikea pieces arrive like boxes of blank canvas, ready to be customized and personalized. But what about all those people who don't have the time, inclination, or hand-eye coordination to tuft a wall sconce or reupholster a planter? People without DIY skills are individuals, too. That's where Brooklyn artist Kimberly Hennessy and her +Fliffa studio come in.