Do-it-yourself Banquette Seating IKEA Hack

We are all about DIY projects here at Banquette! This time, we’ve found a quick and easy way to make your own banquette seating for your kitchen or dining room. We used the IKEA LACK side table as our base, but you can use any sturdy surface that will hold up to 150 pounds of weight. The height is perfect for sitting while eating breakfast in bed, which is always a plus! Read on for more details on how to build this project yourself.

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We’ve got the perfect project for you! This DIY banquette is a great way to add extra seating in your kitchen or dining room without spending too much. It’s also a fun weekend project that will give you some new skills and help make your home more comfortable.

You can use any sturdy surface as the base, but we recommend using an IKEA LACK side table because it has a simple design that looks good with most decor styles. The height of this table makes it perfect for sitting while eating breakfast in bed, which is always a plus! If you don’t have one of these tables lying around, they’re inexpensive enough to pick up at IKEA or another retailer near you. Read on for more details on how to build this project yourself.

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Click here now and follow our step-by-step guide so you can start building your very own DIY banquette today!

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So, now you know how to make your own banquette seating for your kitchen or dining room. We used the IKEA LACK side table as our base and we were able to customize it with pillows that match our décor.

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Either way, this DIY project is a quick and easy way to give your space an instant update! Have you tried any of these projects? If not, be sure to come back next week when we’ll show you how to create some fabulous DIY wine labels in just 5 minutes!