10 IKEA Standing Desk Hacks With Ergonomic Appeal

Have you ever tried to get things done while standing? In other words, wouldn’t you love to have an IKEA standing desk in your home so you can better concentrate on the task at hand, burn calories and maintain a nice posture at the same time? We have 10 great designs for you to try and they’re all featuring pieces you can buy from IKEA.

IKEA hack standing desk.

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20 Rock Garden Ideas That Will Put Your Backyard On The Map

Organic and natural materials should be anyone’s first choice when decorating the outdoors and having a rock garden should definitely be on your wishlist this summer. Use rocks to transform your plain and boring backyard into a beautiful and relaxing oasis. Use their sculptural beauty to create eye-catching designs and try to make them look as natural as possible in the setting you’re providing.

One natural resource we love in the backyard is rock. There are so many varieties in the rocks themselves, and even more variety in the possibilities of using those rocks to your advantage.

Here are 20 fantastic uses of rocks for your backyard landscape inspiration!

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Fun Design Ideas To Make A Playroom More Exciting

Ask your kids for playroom design ideas and they’ll give you crazy answers. But maybe you’re on the right track. You have to be a little crazy when designing a playroom so you can make it fun for the kids. but there has to be a well-thought plan and a practical side to everything. Here are a few ideas that let you balance those perfectly.

Fun floor décor.

Place the kids’ favorite game in the center so they can gather around it

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Compact Bachelor Pad Captures All The Right Details In An Eclectic Design

The elegant and chic interior design you’re about to be mesmerized by was the work of M2 Project for a compact apartment in Moscow, Russia. The apartment is a bachelor pad unlike any you’ve seen so far.

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DIY Wooden Slat Hanging Frame

Love collecting prints but running out of ways to display them? Or have print with an awkward size and  having a hard time finding a the right frame size? This simple wooden slat hanging frame can be customized to any size needed and is rather simple to make. They are also relatively inexpensive needing few supplies to create. Make a few and use them all throughout the house!

DIY wooden slat hanging frame

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Unfinished Walls And Exposed Cables Give Character To A Stockholm Apartment

Renovating a space with a rich and interesting history is a challenging project. On one hand, the place has to suit a contemporary lifestyle so a certain degree of change is to be expected. On the other hand, the history deserves to be preserved so past and present have to meet harmoniously. Managing to do that in a small studio apartment is even more challenging.

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DIY Furniture Projects Made Of Whole Pallets

Our last inspirational article for today will focus on pallet furniture. We’ve already pretty much covered all the bases when it comes to this concept but there’s still one aspect to be discussed. The following projects show you how to use whole pallets to create practical furniture for your home. No cutting and disassembling is required.

Platform Bed.

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