The best hacks, or the most universal at least, are often the cheapest and simplest. When the price tag, materials and steps of minutia start to pile up, the project can often defeat its initial purpose. That's why this IKEA hack from Katie at Matsutake has piqued many-a-people's Pinterest. Its low-cost simplicity and stunning results all start with a $69 IKEA Ingo, some spare wood, a few dowels, and a bit of paint.
And yes, it started like this:
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