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Crisis centres provide safe shelter and support for anyone trying to break out of unhealthy and violent relationships. To create a feeling of homeliness for those in need, IKEA has completed a makeover of Tallinn Women’s Crisis Centre within the framework of the initiative "Notice violence". In total, we have invested more than 29 000 euros in the improvement and renovation works. During the makeover, a new look was given to four family rooms, two bathrooms, a hallway, and a kitchen with a living room.
Heavy-duty areas of the home, like these, can easily become bogged down with things like grubby shoes and haven’t-had-a-chance-to-iron-them-yet piles of laundry. This traditional-style home shows how you can use storage to your advantage in these areas, with charming additions here and there to bring in a balance of both hard-working and good-looking.
A whole separate room to do laundry, to iron, and to store all the spare clothing... sounds like a dream? It may be true but a room like that can have its challenges. This room here has a sloping ceiling, a complex floor plan, and deep nooks where things just disappear. Yet, this laundry room has potential and there are in fact many ways to improve it. And IKEA is up for the challenge to make this place spick and span.