IKEA is great for basic furniture pieces that either need a little imagination to become showstoppers or are already the perfect addition to your home’s design. Lately, we’ve been particularly drawn to the amazing possibilities that come with designing IKEA kitchens. From classic cabinetry doctored up with unique and colored front panels to the wide range of hardware and faucets available, IKEA is the perfect solution to your affordable-kitchen-makeover woes. Keep scrolling to see some particularly stylish spaces built by mixing money-saving IKEA components with more-traditional kitchen features.
This stunning custom-looking space is actually a combination of several IKEA pieces. Spraying the IKEA cabinets with a unique color gives the space a custom feel, and utilizing eye-catching lighting over the island makes the space feel more luxurious and distinct.
Open shelves and expert styling make this kitchen a stunner, but we can’t take our eyes off the industrial faucet, rich wood counters, and generous farmhouse sink, all of which were scored at IKEA.
Designer and television personality Jillian Harris recently redesigned her culinary space using an IKEA sink, cabinetry, hardware, and faucet. When combined with statement-making tile, the kitchen becomes design-forward and unique.
A white faucet from IKEA keeps the whiteout look of this office kitchen consistent.
In this Los Angeles home, semi-custom cabinetry with rich brass hardware harmonizes with an IKEA sink and faucet to create a seamlessly stylish kitchen. The unique cabinetry color and classic brass accents allow the more affordable aspects of this design to easily blend in.
In this home, IKEA cabinetry and hardware are again mixed with colorful statement tile to create a unique look. When utilizing the affordable cabinetry components at IKEA, more of the renovation budget can be used for unexpected touches like clever lighting and tilework.