This time, IKEA Interior Designer visits a true one room wonder. Daidze and Maksim call this small apartment home for nine years already and they live here together with their young son Jury. The close-knit trio wanted a makeover in hope to bring some clarity in their furniture chaos, where nothing seems to fulfil the purpose and function originally intended.
Signe and Edgars live in an artsy neighbourhood. They are a couple of artists who have found both their hobby and their profession in art. Their daughter Elīza was the one who sought the help of IKEA as she feels that her father's studio is in dire need of professional help. Before, her father had a separate studio elsewhere but had to give that one up. Since then, in this room, once his daughter's bedroom turned storage room, there was always also a tiny corner for work. Elisa is 100 % sure her father needs a room to call really his. That's some creative makeover our IKEA interior designers are in for!
Waiting for the winter holidays, thinking about decorations and setting the mood at home brings so much fun! So why not extend the joy. Let's start preparing for Christmas in advance and make them last a bit longer.
As evenings get longer, it’s nice to be snug indoors and spend time with family and friends. Maybe enjoy a tasty dinner, play games, do puzzles or add decorative touches here and there. The DEKORERA collection has those small things that make a big difference. Everything from smooth velvet cushion covers and warming throws to decorative bowls, candlesticks and trays. Some colourful, some with exciting patterns – and all made with materials that make homes feel cosy and inviting.
This time, IKEA interior designer visits a young family. Aneta and Emīls live together with their young son Miķelis and dog Greisa and they wanted to do over their kitchen. The space is very small, almost tiny. Its 4,5 square meters will be a challenge for IKEA Interior Designer Agita. Will she manage to fit everything to create a full-fledged, functional kitchen?
They say that children make the world go round. This time IKEA will be visiting a happy family of four. For a long time, they were only a family of three, but were recently joined by the newest member – a little ray of sunshine named Alīna. The decision to welcome another child in the family was taken already some time ago, but the possibility for that arose unexpectedly so the room had to be prepared within a couple of days. The family dotes on Alīna and gives her all they can but improving of her room has been somewhat neglected in the light of much needed creation of a close relationship and other more urgent matters. An exciting task for a IKEA Interior Designer – creation of a real home for a small and active girl.
We believe that play is an essential part of everyday life. It fosters creativity, relieves stress and makes the home – and world – a better place. This is why the IKEA® and LEGO® brands teamed up to create a range of simple storage solutions and bricks for kids and adults. The inspiration? Play, of course!
Primary school teacher Agita lives together with two young sons and for her, days are always too short with the many responsibilities and hobbies. IKEA makeover will transform a room with many different functions. Agita says this room is her beauty parlour, wardrobe, workspace, library and storage room. During the home-schooling period in the spring she decided that it is time to change something. She would very much like for the room to be functional, to have enough space for all the many things and to be cosy and comfortable for the moments of rest.
At IKEA, we always look for ways to make more from less. We aim to use only renewable and recycled resources by 2030, to make sure that we create value rather than waste. When you bring the products home, we want to help you make them live as long as possible, and we offer you hundreds of solutions for a more sustainable life, from saving water and energy at hoe to sorting waste or reducing the footprint.
New beginnings – new challenges! This is something that also rings true for IKEA interior designers who have faced a most challenging task in the beginning of the new school year – a makeover in a room for both children and young adults to feel good, to spend time alone or together, to read and to play games. In Northern Latvia there is a school that breaks stereotypes about special education schools. The headmistress accents the great attitude of children and parents as well as the enormous patience of teachers. She is convinced that the atmosphere in the school is far cry from what one would think to have in a boarding school. IKEA interior desginers have come up with great ideas for the room where children can have some peace, read magazines or play board games.