Some of our most popular posts this year looked at how people incorporate IKEA products into their stylish homes, often by thinking creatively about alternative uses for seemingly straightforward items. From December 21 through January 1 we are rounding up our favorite (and your favorite) posts from the past year. → How To Use the $50 IKEA RÅSKOG Cart in Every Room of the House
→ 20 Ways to Use IKEA’s RIBBA Picture Ledges All Over the House
→ 10 Cheap IKEA Rugs Meet Real Kids’ Rooms
→ 15 Ways to Use IKEA’s Fintorp System All Over The House
→ How To Use IKEA Trones Storage Boxes in Every Room of the House
→ Versatile Style: Spotting IKEA’s Woven Pouf ALSEDA Everywhere
→ 10 Ways To Use IKEA’s Bekvam Spice Racks All Over the House
→ Welcome to Apartment Therapy’s Best of 2014 roundup! (Image credits: Tatertots Jello; Yvestown; Kate Keeler; Things Bright Beautiful; Stadshem; As linked; The Painted Cottage) Shopping at IKEA, especially on a busy weekend, can feel like a sport, but using IKEA in your home is a true art.