IKEA LATT Table Hack | Cook Like A Champion
The LATT table from IKEA is a blank slate for whatever you can imagine. In this IKEA hack, I added color blocked chairs and dipped legs to turn this kids' table into something adults won't mind having around. There's also a tutorial for the cushioned, fabric covered seats.
Ikea Hack - Latt Children's Table -- I like the idea of painting this and putting cute contact paper on the top (or maybe clear contact paper over a cute wallpaper or wrapping paper) -- easier to clean
This $20 Ikea Kids' Table Looks Like It Came From a High-End Boutique
The original table is simple and uninspired, but instead of seeing "boring," Jenn saw potential.
IKEA LÄTT Makeover
If you've read my IKEA posts before, you know how obsessed I am [and if you came to my apt you would know too] mainly because a lot of their furniture is: wood, super affordable, a blank slate, and comes in a million pieces with directions that just have photos, and I for some reason really enjoy that shit. You feel pretty bad ass when you are done putting furniture together...well, at least I do. I was reeeealllly excited to come across this LÄTT table for $20. Yep. The whole thing. Real…
A's New Play Table - An IKEA LATT Hack
I've been itching to do something crafty for my toddler, and when I came across the idea for "hacking" the IKEA LATT table and chairs s...
IKEA Latt Hack to Make the Cutest Table and Chair Set
Check out this IKEA Latt Hack. We took the plain table and chairs and transformed them into the cutest set using some wallpaper and paint!
Ashley on Instagram: “Here is the full set all done! IKEA LÄTT children's table #makeover for a playroom! #stripes #navy #gold #playroom #kids #ikea #ikeahacks…”
216 Likes, 27 Comments - Ashley (@ashandcrafts) on Instagram: “Here is the full set all done! IKEA LÄTT children's table #makeover for a playroom! #stripes #navy…”
Quinn's art table (an Ikea LATT hack)
We recently dropped down to one nap a day around here (Quinn, I mean, not me). Which means more awake time......which means I usually scramble for activities to round out Quinn's day. When the library or playdates or playing outside doesn't quite cut it, the art table comes through for us (you know, for the 10 minutes Quinn tolerates it). Clear acrylic book ledges are from here (we have the 24 inchers). A while ago, I was inspired by this art table project, an Ikea LATT hack. The LATT kid's…