At IKEA, we’re on an exciting journey to become a circular business by 2030, making healthy and more sustainable living accessible and more affordable to people around the world. We’re reimagining how we do things, from how and where our materials are sourced, to how our products are designed, transported, sold and – eventually – recycled. Like anything worthwhile, it’s a process filled with new challenges and adventures, but we’re well on our way to helping create a better everyday life for people and the planet.

Let’s start at the very beginning

Becoming a circular business starts right at the product development phase. Every product must be designed to be reused, refurbished, remanufactured and eventually recycled. So far, we’ve assessed more than 9,500 products for their circularity capabilities, giving us a clearer vision of where our current capabilities lie. The next step is to put all our products through the same process.

Today’s offcuts are tomorrow’s rugs

The TÅNUM rug is handmade using offcuts from IKEA cotton textile production, which would otherwise have been discarded. Aside from repurposing waste, it also means that no two rugs are exactly alike!

More sustainable choices, on a budget

No visit to an IKEA store (or our Pick-up and Ordering Point!) would be complete without popping by the As Is section. Here, you’ll find returned items, floor samples, end of range and discontinued pieces, all at a fraction of their original price. We’re dedicated to giving every piece we make as long and useful a life as possible, and this is one of the ways we’re making sure we do that.

Three cheers to longevity!

A super important part of ensuring the longevity of our products is by designing pieces that can be repaired, upgraded and adapted to suit the different stages of a person’s life. Whether it’s modular furniture that can be added to, sofa covers that can be removed completely, or standardising our parts to make them even easier to repair and replace, we’re always finding new ways to give products a longer (and more useful!) life.

Make it your own with ENHET series

Not only can you add units as you need them, the ENHET bathroom series is also easy to disassemble, making it a total breeze to move along with you – wherever life may take you!
 

Why not give your shopping bag a new lease on life?

From shopping bag, to laundry bin, to improvised planter. It seems there isn’t anything the humble FRAKTA bag can’t do!

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HYLLIS

shelving unit

60x27x74 cm in/outdoor

12,99

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BAGGEBO

cabinet with glass doors

34x30x116 cm metal/white

39,99

HANNELISE

cushion

50x50 cm multicolour

7,99

INGRUN

throw

130x170 cm dark green

12,99

More options available

BLÅKULLEN

uph bed frame with corner headboard

90x200 cm Knisa medium blue

159 €

GLYPEN

mixer tap

26x17 cm stainless steel effect

49 €

ENHET

base fr w shelves

40x40x60 cm anthracite

45 €

More options available

SKURUP

pendant lamp

29x Ø38 cm dark green

14,99

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TÅNUM

rug, flatwoven

60x90 cm assorted colours

5,99

LOHALS

rug, flatwoven

160x230 cm natural

89,99

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FRAKTA

carrier bag, medium

18x45 cm blue

0,99

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NYPON

plant pot

15 cm in/outdoor grey

3,99

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SKARPÖ

armchair, outdoor

81x79x71 cm white

44,99

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KNAGGLIG

box

46x31x25 cm pine

12,99

RIBBA

frame

30x40 cm white

5,99

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NIKKEBY

chest of 4 drawers

4 Drawers red

79,99

ENHET

kitchen

323x63.5x241 cm white/oak effect white

1 017 €

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ENHET

hanging mirror f frame

25x4.5x75 cm anthracite

22 €

TVÄLLEN/ENHET

bathroom furniture, set of 17

140x43x65 cm anthracite/Glypen tap

433,99

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SLIBB

flexible laundry basket

pink

5,49

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