#1 Skubb boxes are perfect to organize baby clothes for a nursery.
#2 The Ribba picture frames slide-out as a shoe tray underneath a dresser.
#3 The Råskog holds cleaning supplies that you can wheel from room to room.
#4 Use the $19.99 Sockerärt vase as an elegant way to store your kitchen utensils.
#5 Use the Lillholmen towel holder to hang your tank tops instead of taking up valuable dresser real estate.
#6 Use the Bekväm spice rack as a colorful way to hold books you want to display in a kids’ room.
#7 They also perfectly hold two rows of nail polish.
#8 Riktig curtain hooks keep your jewelry neat.
#9 Just add a few casters to the Ekby drawer shelf for some slide-out under-bed storage.
#10 Need storage in a narrow space? Try Trones.
#11 They also work well in small spaces like bathrooms to hide toilet paper rolls as well as cleaning supplies.
#12 Easily Stack Lack bookcases behind a couch to visually divide space and provide tons of storage.
#13 The Flort remote holder is perfect for organizing all your kids’ stuff in the car.
#14 Ikea’s wine holder doubles for your shoes.
#15 The Ribba ledge also works well under a chalkboard.
#16 Bygel rails turn a table into a Lego Duplo table.
#17 Flyt magazine holders turn into cute organizers with chalkboard labels.
#18 Compartmentalize your underwear and socks drawers using Komplement.
#19 Create slide-out under-sofa toy storage using Trofast containers on “H rails.”
#20 Put you jewelry storage behind a Stave mirror. (The mirror is on hinges — how genius is that?)
#21 Use Ikea’s kitchen wall storage systems in your nursery.
#22 Grundtal rails are an excellent way to display magazines.
#23 Use the Ribba picture ledge attached to a headboard to provide another place for your reading material.
#24 Fake a perfectly built-in window seat with tons of storage using the Stolmen.
#25 Make your own double bike rack from a Stolmen post ($30), two brackets, and four hooks (all from Ikea).
#26 Use Avskild cork placemats to create a large but inexpensive bulletin board.
#27 Use Rope and Fintorp cutler caddies to add wall storage to your bathroom.
#28 Magasin cutlery caddies hung on a kids’ table are perfect for holding crayons, markers, and other art supplies.
#29 Magnetic spice canisters can be used in the bathroom to hold tiny things like bobby pins and hair ties.
#30 Corral your stuffed animals using Komplement’s multi-use hanger.
#31 Use Expedit shelving in a walk-in closet as a cheap alternative to custom closets.
#32 The Knuff is enough to perfectly fit rolls of aluminum foil as well as Saran wrap.
#33 Use Skurar planters as an adorable way to hold your makeup brushes.
#34 Arranging Lack shelves in a V shape gives an interesting way to display shoes.
#35 And if you’re still looking for a challenge…hack your Ikea kitchen cabinets to include a toe-kick drawer.