If you're are at least somewhat familiar with IKEA products, you should be aware that while they are no doubt cheap, they are generally fairly hard to put together. In hopes of providing customers with a more affordable yet high-end design, Danish furniture company Reform takes such kitchen-specific items from the retailer and in turn creates custom kitchen units for individuals.

For a new project, Reform has joined forces with a trio of architecture firms from Denmark — BIG, Henning Larson Architects and Norm — in order to modify fronts and table tops from IKEA kitchen cabinets. Interested customers simply select the desired kitchen cabinets from IKEA, and then head to Reform's website in order to choose the type and color of fronts and tabletops of their liking. Reform only takes roughly three weeks to build your custom kitchen units, then delivering the final product to your house.

For more on the ever-popular IKEA "hack" kits, head here.

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