The way we work is evolving and becoming more flexible and, as a result, our office spaces need to as well. To develop workspaces that better support fluid, ever-changing work needs, IKEA is teaming up with award-winning industrial designer Stefan Diez.
Keeping your body active while you work boosts physical and mental wellbeing. The new IKEA range of ergonomic office furniture is made for home offices and professional workspaces and has been designed to support the body, making desk time healthier and happier!
Be creative when it comes to your small home office. Make it yours to the fullest – add a colour that gives a personalised and uniform look throughout the room.
Fluid living doesn’t have to be complex. A trolley and rolling drawing units are the moving parts around a table, and can help turn your small home office back into a dining table.
To all the boss ladies and go-getters out there: this one’s for you. With ergonomic seating, shelves and rollable storage, you can conduct business at home — all while balancing life’s demands.
A small home doesn't have to feel small at all – free up floor space quickly with the help of furniture on castors.
Oatmeal breakfasts, exam studies in the evenings, or late night get-togethers with friends? Whatever the occasion, this dining
room is guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
Create a stylish and functional space to work in at home thanks to flexible furniture, customised lighting and comfortable seating where you, your co-workers and clients can create magic together.
Make the most of a small home by being smart when it comes to storage. In that way, you don't have to compromise between your study supplies and relaxing hobbies – you can have it all!
Optimise your small home and make space for studies, clothes, friends and - of course - a good night's sleep. LINNMON/OLOV table has height-adjustable legs with plastic feet that protect against scratching (so you can move idt when you need more floor space!)
Solutions to the challenges of working from home can be found in more places than you might think. Of course, a dedicated home workspace is great, but there are also ways to make smart use of shared space, with flexible on/off solutions.
Unusual and unused spaces (like a hallway or under the stairs) can be put to good use for working from home. Perhaps you will be surprised by how many smart solutions you can fit in to give you the workspace you need.
Many great companies have started as a home business. And why not? With a well-thought-out set-up, even a small space can be enough to let you thrive. Like this knitwear start-up with everything in one compact solution.