This Stylish Hack Turned a Cheap IKEA Dresser into an Expensive Designer Dupe

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Designer Jess Goodwin had long lusted over Lane Furniture’s Brutalist sideboard—which comes in a number of finishes and can cost up to $8,000—before eventually deciding to take matters in her own hands in the form of a stunning IKEA hack. “I had a photo saved of the sideboard forever but didn’t have the budget to buy the real thing,” Goodwin says. “Whenever I can’t afford something, I make it myself.”

Goodwin was familiar with other hacks involving IKEA’s TARVA dresser, which she used for this project, and her home features many other DIY pieces. In fact, she says that this project was relatively easy compared to the other items she’s tackled. What struck me about this project is that it isn’t just your typical paint or temporary wallpaper IKEA dresser or

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