The new limited OBEGRÄNSAD collection – designed in collaboration with electronic music artists Swedish House Mafia – answers the needs of home music creators to find their creative flow, wherever they call home.
There is something so inviting about a home in touch with nature. But beyond a leafy collection, there are many ways to use natural materials to create a more earthy space. We caught up with an IKEA interior designer to gather some tips and ideas to achieve this look and feel.
Having a little person join the ranks of your household shouldn’t have to mean a major overhaul of your furnishings. In this home, a rethink of the placement and use of their storage was all it took to make their home a safer, better organised and more accessible space for everyone, big and small.
In this one-bedroom apartment, the bed nook is designed for deep sleep. Completely private and with some clever lighting (and darkening) solutions, it can be used at any time of day, so for a young parent who works in shifts, there is always a cosy place to rest, no matter what time her head hits the pillow.
Three generations in a one-bedroom apartment. To some, it may sound like a squeeze, but by carefully planning each space and considering both organisation and comfort at every step, this family doesn’t just live together – they thrive.
The new limited KRÖSAMOS collection helps you to discover the art of the larder, make your mealtimes memorable, and share the flavours you love with the people you love. And bring a rustic look to your home.
“My partner and I are moving in together, but we have different styles. What can we do?” Blending households and mixing interior design styles can be a tricky process. We chatted to an IKEA interior designer to get some ideas on how to mix and match to create a new, cohesive look.
Many homes have their high traffic areas and for this family of six, it’s no different. From getting everyone out of the house in the morning, to bathed and ready for bed at night, they’ve decluttered and organised the busiest parts of their home to make life easier for everyone.
We’re social creatures, but just as important as time with others, is time alone. Of course, this looks different for each person, so this family of six have created a home where everyone can enjoy time by themselves to relax and recharge in their singular way.
They met, they fell in love and after some time, they decided to blend their lives, their families and their home. Together with their four children and much-loved hound, they’ve created a place that is distinctly their own, where there is much exploring to be done, inside and outdoors – together and alone.