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I love anything that has the word faux in front of it. It just sounds more sophisticated, doesn’t it? I also love ikea hacks. This fauxdenza, or “fake” credenza (a piece of furniture that became very fashionable during the second half of the 19th century) is the best hack I’ve seen so far.

For about $300, some labour and some problem solving,  Morgan Satterfield, author of the blog The Brick House, custom-built a ten foot long credenza that added tons of storage while being perfectly scaled and custom fit on an awkwardly long and barren entryway wall. The result – a clean, modern, floating, gorgeous solution! I can’t believe it was only $300!!!

All the details on how to make your own sexy fauxdenza can be found here.