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Chic IKEA Line Lets You Hack Generic Cabinets Into Magazine-Worthy Furniture

By Mikelle Leow, 27 Nov 2017


Image via Semihandmade

Undoubtedly, IKEA has some brilliant interior design solutions up its sleeve. The one gripe many homeowners might have about its products, though, is that they’re not very unique. Your furniture is likely going to look the same as your friends’ and it doesn’t exactly scream personality.

The Swedish giant’s price points make it tempting for customers to forgo individuality for affordability. Cabinet company Semihandmade doesn’t believe in that compromise, so it’s teamed up with renowned interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel to start a line that lets you customize cookie-cutter IKEA doors.

People have been hacking their IKEA furniture for years, and the ‘Sarah Sherman Samuel x Semihandmade’ collection just makes personalization easier. Here, you can choose the colors, reclaimed wood finishes, and laminates, to turn your storage units from drab to fab.

The line is compatible with IKEA’s US$57 ‘SEKTION’ kitchen system, the US$349 ‘GODMORGON’ bathroom cabinet, and the US$295 media console ‘BESTÅ’.

The customized versions are going to cost 15 percent more than IKEA’s default products, but these are fair prices to pay for affordable yet magazine-worthy interiors. View some samples and learn more over at Semihandmade.

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Image via Semihandmade


Image via Semihandmade


Image via Semihandmade


Image via Semihandmade


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