Meet Zigmas, the retired man who lives in a small studio apartment and introduces himself as an artist, a fisherman and a sculptor carving wood. Sadly, his home does not reflect his personality at all. This is why he decided to say goodbye to outdated furniture and faded colours. Take a look at what he did with a helping hand of IKEA interior designer Mantvydas Breivė.
The colourful Easter is finally here! Despite this year many of us will celebrate them in small groups of two or even one by one, we can still create a festive mood. Easter breakfast is the highlight of the celebration, and a beautiful table setting can surely raise the spirits. That's why IKEA interior designers are sharing ideas on how to decorate a festive table to delight both your family and your wallet.
Little Kotryna with her parents Alginta and Dainius used to be the three owners of their three-room apartment. Yet with the birth of Vakarė, their family became bigger and their home had to experience some changes. The parents wanted Kotryna to move into a separate room with enough space for growing and playing, so that one day both sisters could live together. IKEA interior designer Ilona Mozgo took the task of setting up the girls' room in the former parents' bedroom.
Everything's better in the balcony - whether it would be the talks or hobbies, or even the rainy days. Especially if that balcony looks this good and is this affordable. The combination of IKEA solutions at a very low price, that you see in front of you, brings the laid-back Mediterranean atmosphere even to the Northern Europe. Just sit down, get some coffee and enjoy your warm days.
Step inside the clothing boutique by Asta and Karolis where they spend the most of their time. The couple owns an atelier often visited by their customers. “We would like to make this space cosier for our guests,” wrote Asta in the application form. In response to this request, IKEA interior designer Justina Koskauskė took the family business to the next level. Catch a glimpse of the makeover.
Meet one of the youngest heroes of this season. Her name is Ida and she is a proud collector of puzzles, as well as a first-former to be. As the girl has been growing faster than her room, it needed a complete makeover, which IKEA interior designer Birutė was happy to give.
A family living room or a home office for one? There's no need to choose, as both functions can share the same room. Need a proof? Watch IKEA interior designer Justina Koskauskė make it happen.
Mindaugas and his four children (the fifth and the eldest one returns home only during the holidays) spend a lot of time in the kitchen. This is their place for cooking, playing, and doing homework. Unfortunately, they have to use the kitchen in shifts because it is too small to fit all the family at once. Let's see what IKEA interior designer Dovilė Genytė can do to solve this issue.
“This room hasn't been repaired for 15 years. The wallpapers are peeling off, the carpeting is outdated and causes allergies, and the wardrobes we have aren't enough to fit in all of our stuff,” this is how Giedrė and Vitalijus have introduced their 14-square-meter bedroom to us. See how this room has changed since IKEA interior designer Eglė Čyvė started working on it.
“Home idea with IKEA” returns! The first TV show of the 3rd season launches on TV3 on February 21st, 17:55. But before that, meet the upgraded team of IKEA interior designers. This season, they are ready to share lots of useful tips and ideas on how to declutter your home.