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.
The potential to repurpose, repair, reuse, resell or recycle will be built in to all our products by 2030. Even now, there’s often an easy way to prolong the life of your furniture rather than send it to the landfill. Here are some small decisions you can make today to have a positive impact on the planet.
A little studio apartment where the living room is a workspace too. Sound familiar? Even with its small footprint, this living-work area delivers on all fronts, offering up a corner for creative work, a generous sofa for down-time and enough storage – open, closed and secreted away – to keep every object organised and accessible.