We believe that home is the most important place in the world. This is why every year IKEA conducts a global research called “Life at home”. The research aims to find out how people live at home and understand what makes their life at home better. 

For our relationship with home, 2020 has been like no other. Life at home was unexpectedly and fundamentally disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. We always understood the importance of a safe place to call home. So this year, we decided to focus on exploring the impact of the global pandemic on life at home – now and in the years to come.
 

 
Many people began to reconnect with the role and value of their home in their lives. The vast majority of us feel closer to our homes than we did before the pandemic. Now, many of us are making plans to protect this newfound closeness – and the wellbeing it offers us – in our future lives at home. We call it the Big Home Reboot. 

What kind of reboot does your relationship with home need? Take the quiz to find out.


 
What's new in the IKEA Showroom?
Yes, our physical store in Vilnius is closed. But no, that doesn't mean that we have no work to do. Our interior designers are installing new rooms in the Showroom, based on the findings of Life at Home research. Two of the newly set rooms are right in front of you. Take a closer look!
  
This year’s Valentine’s Day will be different from usual for many. Those who used to go to a restaurant on this occasion will have to stay at home. This way or another, the lovers’ day is an opportunity to show attention to your other half, creating festive atmosphere with small details. So do not hesitate to invite your other half on a date!

IKEA “Life at Home” research shows that based on our experience of life at home during 2020, 41% of Lithuanians are now dreaming to have a garden or outdoor space at home. Not everyone owns a terrace or balcony, but that doesn't mean that one cannot have a piece of nature at home. Get inspired with five ideas our interior designer is happy to share.

Spending most of our time at home, we all probably long to enjoy an uplifting dinner in our favourite restaurant. So why not create the environment worthy the restaurant at home? It doesn't matter if it's a romantic dinner for two, a family celebration or a special occasion just for yourself. Our interior designer reveals what could help brighten up your daily life at home. 

More than 44% people in Lithuania work from home during the lockdown. Unfortunately, many of those working or learning remotely have no dedicated place. This often leads them to awkward situations, when kids or other housemates enter the room and suddenly interrupt their serious work conversation or a video conference. Our interior designer shares tips and tricks on how to avoid such situations by getting more privacy at home.

With restaurants closed and all household members at home, kitchen has become one of the most exploited areas at home. Nearly 1/3 of people in Lithuania would like to increase their kitchen space. But how to make the kitchen bigger without breaking the walls and family budget? Use smart tips and tricks of our interior designer.

Among all new activities we started using our homes for lately, our personal hobbies had to be fitted inside as well. The research shows that 38% of people in Lithuania now would like to create or improve a space at home, where they could pursue their personal interests. This is why our interior designer is here to share some ideas on how to set up one without significant cost and effort.

IKEA Life at Home research shows that every third of Lithuania’s citizens would like to create or improve their workspace at home, based on experience during the lockdown measures. The good news are that you can create a comfortable place for work or studies in sometimes forgotten and unused spaces at home.

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Garden at home
During the quarantine, 41% of people in Lithuania started dreaming of having their own outdoor space or at least a green corner at home. Therefore, Lina Liubertaitė, the author of the gardening blog "Geltonas karutis" shares her tips on how to grow a piece of nature at home, even if you do not have a yard or a balcony.
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Restaurant at home
If you lack ideas on what to cook for your family or just want to pamper yourself, try some recipes of Renata Ničajienė, famous food blogger and author of culinary books. She knows how to prepare a hearty lunch or a restaurant-worthy dinner at home. And she uses potatoes as the main ingredient.
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Gym at home
1 in 5 Lithuanians enjoyed exercising at home and will continue to do more of it in the future. This is why a sports coach Rita Girdvainytė is sharing some active exercises you can do at home. All you need is one square meter of empty floorspace and 5 to 7 minutes each day. 
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Changes at home
After spending more time at home, many of us began to rethink what a good home really means. Some of us felt to have a safe haven, while others realized there was something to improve. Renata Dantė, IKEA Corporate Communication Manager, and Eglė Čyvė, IKEA Communication and Interior Design Manager, talk about how Lithuanians renovated their homes during quarantine and what they plan to improve in the future.
Pandemic changed our lives in ways we couldn’t have imagined. Millions of people stayed in their homes all over the world. The spaces in which we lived transformed into offices, schools, gyms, playgrounds and social spaces. All at once, home became the centre of our worlds. After spending more time at home, many of us realized there is room for improvement. So here are some inspiring ideas on how to reboot your living space, home office or kitchen.


 


 


 
64% of people in Lithuania said that home was their sanctuary during the 2020 lockdown measures. Our homes offered us a place to escape to and find solace from the turbulence of global events. Here, we found comfort in familiarity, security and ownership in the little that was within our control.
A closer relationship with home is here to stay. We started using home in new ways and we enjoyed it. 39% of Lithuanians enjoyed cooking, 37% loved spending more time with family, while 35% were happy to have more of 'me-time'. And we hope to continue doing so beyond the pandemic restrictions.
More than one third of people in Lithuania have made changes to their home as a result of the lockdown measures.
Based on experience of life at home during 2020 so far, people in Lithuania would like to create or improve their garden or outdoor space (41%), home office (37%) and space for hobbies (38%).


 

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