It’s Power Tool Time again!!! This month’s theme is one of my favorites… modifying something with power tools! I love taking something basic and making it fantastic,, like this basic IKEA Wardrobe that I updated. Paint, molding and a few other supplies turned this wardrobe into a Pottery Barn inspired makeover.
IKEA Wardrobe Update
My daughter needed more storage in her room. This basic IKEA wardrobe was a cheap solution, but was very boring. I adore the Pottery Barn wardrobes in the Pottery Barn Kids catalogs, but the price is too steep for my budget – so I gave this wardrobe a makeover. (affiliate links included for your convenience, more info here)
Supplies needed for IKEA Wardrobe Makeover:
I started by painting the wardrobe with some crisp, white paint. It took 2 coats to give it the look I wanted.
Then I attached the door mirror using liquid nails.
The mirror already had trim around it so I left it alone.
Then I decided on the size of cork I wanted to place on the left side. I trimmed it down and used liquid nails to adhere the cork onto the wardrobe door.
Then I measured and cut down the molding to fit around the cork. I’ll want to use a miter saw or a miter box to get those angled cuts.
Such a BIG difference! She had fun decorating her cork board.
Now here’s some other amazing Power Tool projects from the team!
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How To Resize A Wood Picture Frame By Her Tool Belt
Ikea Moppe Hack Apothecary Cabinet by Interior Frugalista
Portable Craft Table By Create and Babble
Grown Up Jewelry Box By Kim Six
Modified Dresser By My Repurposed Life
Bed Spindle Candle Holders By H2OBungalow
Ammunition Crate Table by Virginia Sweet Pea
Scrap Pieces Sign by My Love 2 Create
Ikea Wardrobe Update By Domestically Speaking