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Ways To Incorporate Ikea Malm Dresser Into Your Decor

Malm dresser from IKEA is a brilliant piece, I’ve never seen a simpler yet more ingenious item for storage! It is suitable for all types of interiors: glamorous, minimalist, modern, retro, Scandinavian, rustic and so on – any style you can think of. It can be easily hacked to fit any room: it can be a bedside table for a bedroom, a changing table for a nursery, a dresser for your closet, a storage piece for a home office. Repaint it, add patterns, colors and buttons, or just add texture to the drawers – it’s like a blank sheet of paper waiting for your creativity to materialize. For handy DIY instructions on how to hack a Malm dresser, click here.

IKEA Malm Dresser Hacks

How do I hack IKEA Malm dressers? The simplest idea is to spice up your dresser with a few handles, pulls, and buttons – metallic, glass, wood, or others, so that your dresser gets a new look right away. Another way is to repaint your dresser with some colors – completely, just with a few drawers, or with an ombre or gradient effect. You can easily freshen up your Malm dresser with contact paper or wallpaper by simply attaching it to the item or to some drawers. Adding countertops, metallic corners, weathered wood panels, geometric decorative panels – these are just a few hacks that will allow you or not to combine them with the previous ones. Change the function of the dresser, making it a TV unit, a changing table for a nursery, or a storage item under the bed. Check out the catchy hacks below!

Possibilities to integrate IKEA Malm Dresser

Integrating an IKEA Malm chest of drawers into your home decor is easy: Malm chests of drawers are very neutral and easily fit into minimalist, Scandinavian, contemporary, boho and modern rooms. It’s welcome anywhere from closets to kindergartens, and even without the hacks, it’ll be a great idea. You can also add some Malm dressers under the bed to maximize storage space without cluttering the space – this is a fantastic solution for a kid’s room. You can even build an entire wall out of IKEA Malm dressers dividing the room with them – you get plenty of storage space.

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