DIY: Wine on the Nightstand



Happy Monday Small Space Dwellers! Hope you had a wonderful weekend! I was in bed for most of it but remembered there was a project that I worked on a while back that I wanted to share with you.

When I had first moved into my place I bought this IKEA headboard that comes with two nightstands that side in and out of it. Because the left side of my bed is right against the wall I couldn't use the left sliding nightstand, so decided to turn it into a little bar that holds my wine glasses. (Now you all know that I am not one to throw anything away...lol)

This is a super easy diy. Follow along as I show you how to turn a nightstand into a mini bar!




There are two groove in the back of the wine glass rack that slide right on top of the wood pieces that are anchored to the inside of the night stand. 






38 comments:

  1. Hi Nike

    This post is so up my alley for so many reasons: i am obsessed with IKEA, i love DIY and i have a problem with throwing re-useable things away. I'm going to lock this idea in my memory bank for when i might need to re-use some furniture

    Are you Yoruba by any chance? I am Delta Ibo :)

    Thanks for your comment on my guest post at Vanisha's blog

    xo Stephanie
    www.aouibitofoomph.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Stephanie! You are most welcome! Yes I am :) *handshake* Nice to meet you!
      I will take some time to check out your blog and leave a comment there for you.

      xoxo
      Nike O.

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  2. Definitely very creative! You never disappoint when it comes to DIY.

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    1. *Blush and Smile* Thank you Yen :) You're awesome!

      xoxo
      Nike O.

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  3. I love IKEA. So sad there isn't one close to me anymore. I also love wine. ;)

    xx
    Lulu
    Breakfast After 10

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    1. Hey Lulu! LOL! You kill me... Heading over ti Breakfast After 10 to see what truth you are writing about today :) See you there!

      xoxo
      Nike O.

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  4. Wow, love this! The end result is beautiful.

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    1. Thank you Katie! Nice seeing you here today!

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  5. This is delightful!thank you!

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  6. Looks great!

    http://www.thegaragestarlets.com/

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  7. woww girl! you're talented! Love the finished product :)

    Chioma
    C's Evolution of Style

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    1. *Big toothy smile* Thanks Chioma!!!

      xoxo
      Nike O.

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  8. Thanks so much for your comment, we really appreciate it! Would you like to follow??
    The final result of this wine on a nightstand! You´re good!!

    KISSES
    http://sharpenstyle.blogspot.com.es/

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    1. You are most welcome :) and thank you for the complement! Yes, Let's stay connected :)

      xoxo
      Nike O.

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  9. Great idea! I love it :) Would you like to follow each other?

    http://freckleandstreak.blogspot.com.au/

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    1. Hello Louise, Yes lets stay connected :)

      xo
      Nike O.

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  10. Wauw. That looks really great! Nice DIY. Though, we dont have wine glasses, because we dont drink alcohol haha. But I like your blog! Let me know if you would like to follow each other on GFC and Bloglovin.

    x
    www.cherryfactor.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks!!! I don't drink much either... but its a great place to store your glasses :) Yes, lets stay connected.

      xoxo
      Nike O.

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  11. Now thats what I call a good imagination, turning that piece of furniture into a wine cabinet. I could do with one of these myself then I would never have to get off the couch to get a glass of wine ... then again could be dangerous lol.
    You have a gorgeous home, I'm off to have a better look around :)
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and saying hi x

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    1. LOL! Thanks Michelle! I say keep the glasses close but the liquor in the cabinet..lol
      Thanks for visiting my Eight HUndred Sq. Ft.! Pleasure having you!

      xx
      Nike O.

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  12. Oh you are so clever! What a super idea and I love that the nightstand didn't have to go to waste.

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    1. Thank you Gina! My storage is full of things I con't throw away...lol

      xo
      Nike O.

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  13. This is seriously good. Youre so talented!

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  14. ooh i love this wine rack stand!! i seriously think i need one for my house and i love the decor you added to it

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    1. Thank you Meg! You should incorporate one into your space! It is very easy to do!

      xo
      Nike O.

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  15. OMG you are so handy!! This is a fabulous tip, I really enjoy your blog :)

    Couture Caddy x

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    1. Thank you Jacquii! It is so nice when you visit :)

      xoxo
      Nike O.

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  16. Nike, you are so talented and creative. It is just so impressive to come up with such an idea. Def looking forward to see more of your diy projects in the future :-)

    www.fleurani.blogspot.de

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    1. Thank you Fleurani! *blushing* I look forward to seeing you here :)

      xoxo
      Nike O.

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  17. That is such a cool idea! How crafty. I would've never guessed it used to be a nightstand. It looks so chic now.

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    1. Thank you Alison!! Love when you stop by!

      xoxo
      Nike O.

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  18. Very cool idea fancy pants! It definitely looks expensive and well done :)
    Ginny
    mynewfavoriteoutfit.blogspot.com

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    1. Many thanks Ginny! It was a very simple project :)

      xoxo
      Nike O.

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  19. what a great idea! Except, I'll be placing said nighstand next to my bed for so, so easy access to my wine! Just what a girl needs to end the night. Brilliant!

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