“Life at Home Report” is one of the biggest and most distinctive global researches that we conduct to find out what life at home means today – and how we can help make it better. Last year we spoke to 37,000 people living in homes of all shapes and sizes across 37 countries, including 1017 in Lithuania.
Evaldas and Agnė are expecting a baby boy, who already has a name – it’s Benas. The newly baked parents decided to dedicate a separate room for their new family member. The space is small and oddly shaped, but the couple wants to fit all the necessary furniture there. How to choose the right furniture for the growing baby? To find the answer, this week’s heroes teamed up with our interior designer Gabrielė Leistrumaitė.
Come and visit the first hero of the season – Neringa who has recently divorced and moved into a new apartment. A woman spends most of her time in the living room, but she is not happy with the way it looks now. Neringa dreams of a bright and pleasing interior in a modern classic style. Is it possible to create one without major repairs? Interior designer Kotryna is more than sure about that!
Whether you’re trying to break a beige habit or lean further into your colour quest, it can be tricky to know where to begin. Here we’ve gathered ideas from an IKEA interior designer on how to let those pretty, pigmented hues into your living space in a way that works best for you.
This apartment is designed for city-dwellers with a social lifestyle – enabling impromptu dinner parties, putting favourite things on display, and hiding what is needed but not meant to be seen. There is less space for storage, so this means thinking creatively, like a sofa that fits everything – including things you might not expect.
Trading in a suburban home for city life presents a golden opportunity to create a new living space filled with carefully curated furniture and objects collected over time. Set within a colourful apartment, this expressive space offers plenty of room to dine, entertain and enjoy the good life.
In collaboration with award-winning Dutch-New Zealand designer Sabine Marcelis, the new VARMBLIXT collection explores the emotional effects of light at home. The statement lighting products and accessories will bring a sense of warmth and positivity into your home.
The distinction between home and office interiors has become increasingly blurred in recent years. For at least a few years, people have been working a lot from home due to the pandemic. Therefore now, in an effort to bring workers back to the office and to make them feel comfortable, more and more elements that used to belong exclusively to our homes are appearing in the working environment. Video calls while lying down, Instagram-worthy meeting rooms, plants, soft furnishings, cosy lounge areas with a great focus on privacy and well-being are just some of the latest office requirements.
Busy homes get dusty, and the mopping and scrubbing can feel like a never-ending task. To make life easier, find solutions to keep home spic-and-span in a systematic and organised way.
While social time is a big part of what makes a family a unit, all members of a multigenerational household need privacy, too. It isn’t straightforward with shared bedrooms, but clever use of storage, home furnishing solutions and room dividers help balance out together time with much-needed solo endeavours.