Who wouldn’t want to print their favorite IKEA products in their home…now you can. Check out this list of IKEA hacks.

“It’s a one-stop shop for instructions on modifying and repurposing IKEA products. Commonly known as IKEA hacks, the alterations can be as basic as a little embellishment here and there, or as complicated as a breaking out the power tools and safety goggles.

“Naturally, the Swedish furniture giant doesn’t officially endorse or condone these modifications. But that hasn’t stopped them becoming very popular among devotees of their products.”

“And wouldn’t you know it, 3D printing has played an essential role in some of the best and the brightest IKEA hacks in the world today. Here’s a summary of best we could find, together with links for further instructions. Let’s say you want to shorten the table legs of a LACK table. If that’s the case, you’ll definitely need these 3D printed end-caps, because the leg is hollow and needs something to plug the hole and stabilize the leg.”

Read the full article here for 30 IKEA hacks with photos to go along.

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