The beauty of IKEA products is that they're blank slates. The bare bones of any piece — while a standalone classic in its own right — holds the possibility for endless customizing. And, the feeling is just so satisfying when a friend thinks you paid big money for your inexpensive, lovingly DIY'd piece.
That said, some hacks are bit more elevated than others. Ashley Rose of the lifestyle blog Sugar & Cloth, is an expert at making the mass Swedish pieces her very own. Using the standard MALM bed frame, she created a modern wooden headboard using Stikwood (peel-and-stick wood pieces). And, yes, we're also into it because it requires no complicated screws or nails. Click over for the full easy project. Your boring frame is about to get a boost.