We believe that everyone deserves to live a better life at home. This is why we have solutions for all kinds of homes: small ones and large ones, the ones you rent and the ones you own, regular ones and the ones that are flipped upside down.
Visit a house that our interior designer Anastasija Rogačevska has furnished for A Little Different Town in Anyksciai and you'll soon see that all homes can be cosy and comfortable. Even those with a roof upside down and a floor over your head.
Special price for the IKEA Family club members
As an IKEA Family club member, you'll only pay half price for access to A Little Different Town all summer.
The offer is valid until 31 August 2023.
Don't have your club card yet?
July 29 is the day...
...when A Little Different Town will be visited by our friends: The Teddy Bear, The Heart and The Meatball. They will invite both kids and adults to come and visit the upside-down house, enjoy some treats and take pictures together. Don't miss out the fun!
“I designed this small but spacious house surrounded by nature for a young family. It is furnished in a modern Scandinavian style, with minimalism in mind and a dash of classics.”
Anastasija Rogačevska, IKEA interior designer
Hallway and living room
A hallway in the upside-down house is furnished on a “less is more” basis, but it has everything you could possibly need: shoe cabinets, coat racks, a bench, a door mat and even a mirror.
Passing through the hallway, you immediately enter the living room, where the classic-coloured furniture is enlivened by red and yellow accents. Does a combination of this comfortable sofa and a table in natural wood tempt you to sit down for a cup of tea? Try it, maybe you'll be the first to do so!
Light colours are used in the kitchen for a clean and light expression. We chose white fronts for the cabinets and a rug to separate the dining area. The table here is also white and elegant, but at the same time durable: its surface is resistant to liquids, food stains, oil, heat, scratches and bumps.
Bright colours, cosy surroundings and natural materials - what else could you possibly need for a happy childhood? Maybe only cute friends to play and mischief with. In this children's room, soft marine animals from the BLÅVINGAD collection keep the little ones busy, while a play kitchen invites them to imitate the grown-ups and develop their culinary skills.
Quality rest begins with the right furniture. This is why this home's bedroom features not only a durable, comfortable bed, but also shelves to hide all distracting clutter. Inspiration for a colour palette comes from the sky: the blue details bring in peace and tranquillity, while the yellow curtains create a sunny mood.
Anastasija wanted the guests to be able to enjoy nature not only by looking out of the window, but also by spending time inside the house. Thus, she decorated one bathroom wall with artificial plants and haphazardly arranged mirrors. This makes the room look modern and spacious, creating a feel that there is much more than a single window in this bathroom.