What's new in the IKEA Showroom: one living room for all family needs
Interior designer Mantvydas invites you to a living room that functions like a small apartment. Here, you will find everything in one room, including a cosy space for hobbies and relaxation, a family kitchen, a dining room, an office, and even a playground for kids.
If you are curious to take a closer look at this room, visit IKEA Vilnius and head to the Showroom on the 2nd floor.
A cooking-dining-living room
A cooking-dining-living rooma cooking-dining area in one space? Let the backrest of your sofa serve for a partition. In this case, a modular VALLENTUNA sofa-bed hides a LANEBERG dining table that can be extended to seat from 4 to 6 people.
A large family kitchen occupies the entire wall, but the sleek RINGHULT fronts in light grey merge with the walls and make it almost invisible. The kitchen fronts in clean design hide not only the kitchen itself, but also the items stored inside, while VARIERA cutlery trays, inserts and boxes keep everything well organised. .
A homely home office
Peace and all items within reach are the two things people like when working at home. This is why Mantvydas placed the office desk in a quiet corner and left the wall above it for storage. This small home office features two closed wall cabinets and a SKÅDIS pegboard for notes. Other work-related documents can be stored inside the BILLY bookcase that is placed a little further. But have you noticed another “workplace” next to the desk? DUKTIG play kitchen is here to save kids from getting bored while parents are working.
More room for storage and fun
One wall in this living room is more noteworthy compared to others. But it is not only the bright colour that makes it stand out. This whole wall is dedicated to the modular BESTÅ combination that can hold all means of family entertainment at home, such as books, magazines, TV accessories, board games or anything else. The BESTÅ storage system is designed to be adoptable and flexible, which means you can select and arrange the parts in a way that suits your particular space, lifestyle and taste..
“If your children like to play in the living room, find a dedicated place to store their toys. A trolley with boxes would be just perfect, as you can move one out of sight when playtime is over.”
Mantvydas Breivė, IKEA interior designer
The Whole Life at Home
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”. This year, we have focused on exploring the impact of the global pandemic on our relationship with home now and in the years to come.