Ideas and inspiration

Office space: small on size, big on function
Office space: small on size, big on function

Have a flexible and affordable office space – wherever you work. With our TROTTEN system, you can create a comfortable and ergonomic work area both at home and in your office, no matter the size of your place. All pieces in TROTTEN series are designed to adapt as your business evolves. The products are multifunctional and can be used in different contexts: working alone, meeting, or a quick workshop together. The system features flexible desks, storage units, room dividers, and noticeboards. All with a 10-year guarantee, so you can be sure to have a high-quality workspace that will easily adapt to your office’s changing needs.

There's something new...
There's something new...

Getting ready for the calm and tidy season ahead? Explore the new arrivals: many products for a fresh, inspiring, and more organised home are already available at our stores and online. 

Let there be order: living room and home office
Let there be order: living room and home office

How do you express yourself at home: maximalist, minimalist or somewhere in-between? We know that order is personal, so let’s make sure your space feels uniquely yours. Why not start it with bringing your own kind of order to the living room and home office?

IKEA Life at Home Report
IKEA Life at Home Report

IKEA annually conducts a global research called “Life at Home”. Its topic differs every year and gives a clearer understanding of how the life at home looks like today – and how we can help in making it better for the many. This year, in times of great uncertainty, we wanted to kickstart a conversation about what matters most – our mental wellbeing. We asked 1000 people in Lithuania to share thoughts on the intimate relationship between their homes and their mental wellbeing. Here is what we've learned.

IKEA Showroom news
IKEA Showroom news

Interior designer Toma invites you to check on her another rebuild. When designing this room, she imagined a small apartment in the countryside for a 65-year-old Lithuanian teacher who lives there. If you are curious to take a closer look at this room, visit IKEA Vilnius and head to the Showroom on the 2nd floor.

Ask a designer: living more sustainably on a budget
Ask a designer: living more sustainably on a budget

“I want to furnish my home sustainably, but I don’t have much money. How do I do it?” There is this idea that living more sustainably is expensive, but it absolutely does not have to be. You can furnish your home to be a beautiful, warm and colourful place in a way that is good for the planet but good for your wallet too. We chatted to interior designer Chiara Effroi Lutteri about how she created a home that’s just that: poppy, practical and filled with lower-impact choices – all on a shoestring budget.

Reuse, repair, recycle, reimagine: living more sustainably with IKEA
Reuse, repair, recycle, reimagine: living more sustainably with IKEA

At IKEA, we’re on an exciting journey to become a circular business by 2030, making healthy and more sustainable living accessible and more affordable to people around the world. We’re reimagining how we do things, from how and where our materials are sourced, to how our products are designed, transported, sold and – eventually – recycled. Like anything worthwhile, it’s a process filled with new challenges and adventures, but we’re well on our way to helping create a better everyday life for people and the planet.

A little bedroom with a lot of you
A little bedroom with a lot of you

When your bedroom is the only space in your home that is truly yours, selfishness is encouraged! Whether you’ve got a lot of space to work with, or are living life on the smaller side, go all out to make your bedroom as personal as possible – a curatorial slice of “you” pie.

The best of both: a colourful shared living-sleep area
The best of both: a colourful shared living-sleep area

When there just isn’t enough space for a conventional setup, creativity quickly becomes your best friend. Divide up the living room with fabric, introduce some lightweight, multi-purpose furniture, infuse with a whole lot of colour and pattern and this is where you’ll land: a welcoming and fun space where sleeping and socialising can coexist in harmony. Making do? More like making magic!

Parallel universe: a small, budget-friendly apartment designed to be shared
Parallel universe: a small, budget-friendly apartment designed to be shared

They’ve been living together for the past few months but sharing life together since day one. Here they are: siblings sharing a one-bedroom apartment and making it work. More than work, actually. As they’re both about living their best lives, rather than having the most expensive stuff, they’ve created a home to be enjoyed together and apart. From dance and dinner parties to quiet “me-time” moments, it all happens here.




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