Hemnes dresser is one more precious find from IKEA that can be easily adapted to almost any interior, from a modern to a retro one. Hemnes has a non-typical appearance: the upper row of 4 drawers and all the rest with two, so it looks original and you need just to spruce it up a little bit – spray paint, stencil or add texture. Such a dresser can fit almost any room: a closet, a kids’ room, a bedroom, a living room or any other space. Changing knobs will also help to continue the style of your room – they can be leather, gold, metal or any other. Get inspired!
Add some "love" to the dresser if you want to create a perfect nursery for a coming baby. (via @vanessa1st)
Mix drawer knobs colors to make the dreseser match room's decor better. (via @meingriff)
Ombre is quite popular nowadays so paint dresser's drawers into different shades of pink to make it a stylish addition to a girl's playroom.
Hang some cute pictures above the dresser to create a cozy corner to change your baby. (via @birch_and_olive)
Make it colroful and bright to fit a kid's room perfectly. (via @martina.ek)
Sanding and staining doors is a hack that completely changes the dresser's look. (via @winging_this)
Sanding and staining the dresser can make it look more traditional. (via @thealexmartin)
The dresser provides enough storage for two kids. ()
Plain white dresser looks great near a colorful wall. ()
Turn the space above a dresser into a stylish gallery wall. (via undefined)
Floral print definitely can make the dresser looks cute. ()
Paint the dresser to match walls is a cool way to create monochrome room's design. ()
Red IKEA Hemnes dresser would add a splash of color to any room. ()
Crystal door knobs is another simple yet impactful upgrade idea. ()
IKEA's Hemnes dresser could fill the space under the stairs
It's a practical console table for an entryway with lots of storage drawers.
With some blue paint you can add some style to a plain white Hemnes dresser so it would fit a boy's room
DIY furniture usually isn't that easy to go through but hacking IKEA's dresser might be. (via @overzealousdiyer)
Changing knobs is a super simple hack to make your dresser personal.
Changing knobs and adding some metal decor turn a plain black dresser into a stylish storage solution for a living room.
Hemnes dresser is made of pine so it could be whitewashed to add a rustic touch to your interior.
This simple hack is an easy way to personlize the dresser to fit your interior.
Leather pulls are definitely more stylish than original knobs.
Cute teddy bear shaped knobs makes the whole dresser looks adorable. (via @noahs.archive)
Even though there is a sideboard in the Hemnes collection, the dresser could also serve this purpose.
Making drawer doors from pallet wood is one of those projects that would turn the dresser into an eye-catchy rustic object.
If you like shabby chic style simply repaint the whole dresser. It doesn't have any glossy lacquer finish so painting it won't be hard.
This cute hack is so easy that you can do it several times. Painting knobs won't take as long as painting the whole dresser.
Kids need lots of storage for their toys so the dresser is a great addition to a kids room.
Changing knobs to vintage ones is a quick and cute upgrade of the dresser.
Hemnes dresser provide lots of storage for diapers, bottles and oils.
Upholstering drawers' doors isn't as easy as painting them but could be much more rewarding.
Decals is another super simple hack to add some cuteness to a boring dresser's look.
Highlight drawer pulls with some paint to add some awesome color splashes to nursery's decor.
Plain white IKEA Hemnes dresser fit any interior's style.