What's new in the IKEA Showroom: boosting sustainable life at home
Interior designer Toma invites you to a small apartment designed for a young family of three, where each solution is made to help live a bit more sustainable. In this modern style apartment, a kitchen is connected to a living room that also serves as a bedroom and a home office. The space is free of walls and partitions, but always full of action.
If you are curious to take a closer look at this apartment, visit IKEA Vilnius and head to the Showroom on the 2nd floor.
Room for creativity
The family who lives here takes their impact on the environment very responsibly. They lead a sustainable life at home and share their philosophy with a five-year-old daughter. As a result, the little one loves doing arts and crafts out of the waste. There is plenty of space for materials and artworks in the family living room, as they all
fit in the roomy cabinets and on the open shelves.
“Fabric scraps, read magazines and old newspapers can turn into your child’s creative materials, new clothes for dolls or original origamis.”
Toma Laucienė, IKEA interior designer
Room for hobbies
The father of the family loves cooking. He spends most of his free evenings and weekends in the kitchen, where everything from bamboo drawer fronts to water-saving taps and dining chairs made of recycled materials is set up with sustainability in mind.
Room for work
Because of the pandemic lifestyle changes, the family living room now also works as a home office. Two offices, to be exact: one with a LISABO desk for parents who work remotely, and another one with FLISAT children's table for their daughter who never stops creating.