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or while supplies last
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Designed to build bridges not walls, a unique collaboration saw designers from five African countries and IKEA take a fresh perspective on creating. The result is ÖVERALLT, a new collection of furniture, tableware and textiles that encourage us to reach out and connect with each other.
Embrace the Swedish tradition of ‘fika’ this winter and take time out to enjoy good company and great coffee!
In this kitchen, good storage is the key ingredient here, sliced and diced in different ways to keep things organised, accessible, and flowing smoothly!
Even if your child doesn't have a room of their own, you can help them find the joy in sharing.
Streamline your bathroom with the new HEMNES series. Co-created with customers living in small spaces. Take a look…
In the 1950s plywood was the preferred choice for designer icons like Arne Jacobsen and Charles and Ray Eames. Now, after a few decades on the sidelines, it’s back in business. So, what’s all the fuss about? We asked Julián Velázquez-Vidal, Category Area Manager Wood & Fibres at IKEA – and a passionate plywood advocate.
The start of each new season brings a welcomed opportunity to hit the reset button, giving your home a fresh look. Here’s Part I of our favourite trends for fall.
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.
Get inspired by interior stylist Hans Blomquist’s maximalistic home imagined for a couple who loves to travel and show off their style through their unique finds.
‘Our style is a mix of eclecticism and urban features, with a bit of a Berlin feeling,’ says Radek of the 19th century apartment he shares with his partner, Łukasz. Step inside…
Can a well-ordered kitchen still leave room for personality? Find inspiration from the hide-and-display ideas in this organised cooking space.
Three quick but impactful ideas that set the scene for a special occasion.
When you’ve unboxed your new buy, don’t bin the cardboard! With a little imagination, paint and fabric, you can turn it into a showstopping puppet theatre. Watch the video to see how easy it is!
Marrit and Jelmer have spent nearly four years renovating their house room by room. Along the way, they’ve had a daughter, Mia, and found new passions. For them, home is an ongoing journey – and one worth celebrating.
Winter is always a good time to think about lighting and the feel-good difference it can make to life indoors. To get you inspired, here’s our pick of ideas from homes we’ve visited.
The annual IKEA soft toy drawing competition drew 87,000 entries from children around the world. A handful were picked to be made into toys for the limited-edition SAGOSKATT collection. On sale now, the full price of each toy sold is donated to children’s charities.
Can organising your home surroundings boost your wellbeing? Nestled beyond a flight of concrete stairs in a city-centre apartment block, lies Dagmara’s sanctuary where space zoning, storage and plants have been used to feel-good effect. Here’s how…
IKEA Foundation puts every child’s right to play at the heart of its Good Cause campaign, Let’s Play for Change. November 20 is Universal Children’s Day. See how partnering with six leading organisations is making a difference worldwide.
Plants are perfect roommates. They bring colour, life and warmth without too much expense or effort. Invite some plants into your home today – it might be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
The details make your home. Here we’ve used the same room in two settings, letting small, easy changes create two completely different styles. See how you can do it, step by step.
Here’s the story behind the biggest ‘open house’ ever…
Something unexpected is coming your way. Dreamed up by Per B Sundberg – an iconic Swedish artist known for his absurd humour – discover FÖREMÅL, a fun and surprising collection of decorative objects and gifts.
The objects that mean the most to us may not automatically qualify to be put on display. Or maybe they do. We show how you can decorate your home with pieces from your life – just because you love them.
Restyle the way you get dressed by organising your clothes and accessories to make it easy to see what you have and find what you need.
Focus on me-time this month with four picks that will help personalise, organise and bring comfort to your home. Treat yourself to natural textiles, space-smart storage, or on-trend brass detailed accessories.
Impromptu gathering at your place? Relax. Start with an open door, keep glasses topped up, and enjoy the spontaneity
Whether you’re sharing a bedroom with your little one through choice or necessity, these simple ideas can help create a space that is calm, functional, and easy to share.
Design your space to encourage togetherness and play. See how this family uses an open-plan layout, cosy textiles and colour to create a shareable space that suits all their needs.
When your life is overloaded with family, friends and socialising, a quick break to recharge can be priceless. See how you can cease the moment and make it a time of rest.
‘Velvet catches the light in a way that can make a flat surface come alive,’ says designer Ola Wihlborg. Here are some of the reasons to love velvet right now.
Why shouldn’t home be a playground? When you see it through your child’s eyes, you open up the possibility of fun for everyone. Jessica Bondesson from Children’s IKEA explains.
See how to use textiles to give your bedroom a fresh new look with little effort and a small budget.
Festive occasions tend to involve gathering a lot of people. But of course it doesn’t have to be that way. Sometimes all you want is to make the moment special just for you.
Colour-coding is a trusty way to keep things organised. Colours are also fun to play with. We combined the best of two worlds to hopefully bring order to your home – and a smile to your face.
Make the room to breathe and recharge, wherever you are and whether you have one hour or five minutes to spare.
Better storage, zoned spaces and a couple of key furniture updates… That's all it took for interiors stylist Ashlyn Gibson to help performers Donald and Ben make over their busy live-work space into an ordered and inspiring creative hub. Here's how.
Use open storage to put the clothes you love on show. With a custom-designed wall unit, it's easy to see what you have and find outfit inspiration.
Seekers of an excuse for a festive get-together, this is for you. In early February, the Chinese calendar leaves the Year of the Dog and initiates the Year of the Pig. Here’s our take on the occasion.
When creating a home for each other and their children Nanoha and Minato, Hiromi and Shunsuke took a holistic approach – one that encourages a slower pace of life in the city, is organised for comfort and welcomes nature. Step inside…
January is a great time to get organised at home, and even the smallest changes can have a big impact. From storage boxes to handmade baskets, it’s easy to tackle problem areas with these quick, budget-friendly solutions
In Hiromi’s small family home, great organisation goes a long way in creating relaxing surroundings. Her mantra is to ‘make sure every space is used and everything has a place’. See how she does it…
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!
Interior designer Kristina Pospelova shows how to create a dedicated laundry station everyone can use, even when space is limited
By combining ergonomic design with timeless style, the products in the new OMTÄNKSAM range – meaning ‘caring’ in Swedish – are made for everyone to enjoy. Learn more about this inclusive collection.
Did you know that one in three of us feels more at home in places other than the one we live in? For the latest Life at Home Report, IKEA spoke to 22,000 people around the world. Read on to find out more about life beyond four walls…
Create a cosy bedroom that is easy to share despite of the small size. Keep the room simple and functional that meet all the needs of both the parents and the child to have their own relaxing comfort zones. With the use of roomy storage underneath the bed to keep all the shared stuff organised.
Give your bedroom a clutter detox and make it a space where you can rest and recharge. Even small changes can give you an energising boost. Scroll down to see how Marrit uses a built-in wardrobe to help make her bedroom feel calm and tranquil.
BILLY is more than storage, it’s a chance at self-expression that makes each bookcase as unique as its owner. As BILLY turns 40, celebrate with new colours and accessories.
With the city on her doorstep, 25m² is more than enough for freelance photographer Yvet to create a feel-good space to relax, work and entertain in.
Our idea of home is changing. Explore the shifts in society and tech shaping a new way of living where home goes beyond four walls.
Design a bedroom that gives your budding artist plenty of opportunities to let their imagination run free.
The things that help us unwind and feel happy at home are a unique and personal mix. But can a home that shows off your personality also be ordered and calm? An interior designer shows us how.
Moving in together as newlywed is an exciting step. Make sharing space even more enjoyable with these smart organisation tips for the smallest room in your home.
By 2030, there will be 1.2 billion more of us, 70% of us will be living in cities, and one in three of us will be living communally.
If you rethink how and where you live, possibilities might open up to a home in the heart of the city. Step aboard a houseboat moored on the banks of the Thames.
Throw a party! Summer may still be a few months off, but borrowing the mood brings it closer. Turn factors like limited space and fear of bad weather in your favour - and turn a corner of the city into a feast that everyone will remember.
Think outside (or, inside!) the box when it comes to making your KALLAX more personal. We tried out three different storage and display ideas with this 5x5 cubed unit…
Hosting guests without separate guest space can be a challenge – yet still be the preferred option.
‘Often when we think about organising, we feel pressure to declutter or hide things out of sight,’ says IKEA interior designer Annette Ydholm. ‘But why not think outside “the box”? Organising what you love into feel-good displays can give you a happy boost.’
A new kind of public space is appearing in cities. Open and designed for sharing, these are places where everyone is welcome – a smart and inclusive response to the challenges of growing urbanisation…
End of summer is an ideal time for wardrobe recycling. Decide what goes in a box until next year and what needs to be weeded out. And why not let old favourites find a new owner – who can give them the love they deserve?
Make your home a place for rest and renewal. Take inspiration from this house in the city where the owner has used colour and organisation to create a calm and nurturing space.
As more of us take up agile working – splitting time between desks at home and a work place – a healthy work/life balance at home becomes important.
In this modern oasis, imagined by interior designers Nina Parkeborn and Pella Hedeby for the 2019 IKEA catalogue, the aim was to create a light and airy home where you can relax and recharge.
When asked, 32% of us admitted to having things at home that we hide from others. Take pride in your stuff! Use the new SAMMANHANG range to organise and display the things you love.
Make sure to grab every opportunity to get busy doing nothing. And do it the way you love best, with the people you like most.
Some love the city, they prefer the sea. Meet the young couple living a lightweight life closer to nature. Their pint-sized first place together is all about function (and fun!).
Has your busy kitchen surrendered to daily messiness?
3 organisation tips for dining and cooking space
The biggest challenge of parents? Stop the invasion of the kids’ stuff
See how you can tidy them up easily
Think about your favourite indoor spot. What makes it cosy and functional? Repeat as much as you can outdoors!
It can often feel like a beautiful home and a practical home are two mutually exclusive concepts. Take a look at this home, where form and function work together at every turn.
Determined to combat the clutter? Need to restore order in a messy cabinet? Want to streamline daily routines? These ideas and storage heroes might just be the answer to your organising resolutions.
It’s summer – move activities out in the open air! Even if city living and work limit your choices, long evenings offer plenty of time to gather friends. Maybe an improvised crayfish party?
Whether it’s a birthday party or just an ordinary afternoon, summer days are ideal for celebrating just as they are. Here are three games with little need for planning and equipment.
We’ve got 3 fun ways to turn a swivel chair into the most versatile seat in the house.
Take a relaxed approach to hosting and get everyone together more often. With simple table decor, you’ll spend less time decorating and more time enjoying your guests’ company.
it’s important to have a home that feels cozy and comfortable, especially when living with little ones. There are ways to make room for togetherness, privacy and fun.
These tips make an 8 to 14 year-old’s bedroom feel safe and comfortable so they can play all day, all night, and all by themselves.
It’s surprising what a good night’s sleep can do for the morning mood.
A comfortable home and sleep setup is always important, but never more after the arrival of your, well, new arrival. Making your current space work for you and baby is key.
They have the power to transform your closet, squeeze maximum function into minimal space, make life easier and make things disappear. Below you’ll find some of our useful products for your home, with prices as low as $49.9.
They highlight hidden qualities in others, harmonise the mood of the room, or stand out themselves. Revel in the subtle magic of accessories, and how you can put them to use in your home.
It’s not always easy to shop with sustainability in mind. But if you are planning on a needed room re-do – or simply want a super comfortable and calm bedroom – we have products that are made with materials and processes that are more planet- friendly.
The everyday ecosystem of clothes can be both fascinating and frustrating. We have gathered some easy rules for wardrobes and clothes of all sizes and shapes.
It’s not where we spend a lot of time, but as the first and last view we have of our home each day. We have ideas of all sizes (at the lowest of prices) to get things straightened up in a snap.
Bathroom storage needs to take care of everything. Boost your bathroom’s functionality (and style) with these simple, affordable ideas.
Quickly create a personal look with a range of outdoor floor decking in different materials and colours. They click together, so it is easy to upgrade your outdoor flooring.
No outdoor space is too small. The most important smaller space furnishing advice is ask yourself what you like to do. How about nap, read a book, exercise, eat, hang out?
Why the living room is getting smaller every day?
Find the answers to living room organisation here
Why use shelving just for storage when it can be a multipurpose hub? With the right combination of units, you can fit in a workstation, TV and audio – plus the organisation you need. It’s the perfect way to make the most of your space.
The bedroom that you sleep in every night gets increasingly crowded?
Tackle the common organisation challenges
On a London side street is an old garage door, its black paint peeling in a nod to its age. Behind the door is an unexpected find – the sustainably renovated home of Ashlyn Gibson. The interiors stylist has turned her love for gathering objects into a visually exciting, eclectic home, designed for family life. Take a look!
Combine a sense of sleeping outdoors with the cosy comfort of being home. Take your glass-enclosed balcony to its full potential – and make it your bedroom for a night.
It’s a warm summer’s evening and everyone’s in the mood for staying outside. Take your plans for dinner and a movie, and make them alfresco! Here’s how…
The new TROLLBO light is designed to make a kid’s bedroom an inspiring space to grow and play. It’s also sustainable in more ways than one.
Let the sunshine in! Discover how the feeling and freedom of endless summer days shapes this family home, and those who live there.
This one-storey home makes it easy to feel connected to nature and each other. Take a look to see how this family space is designed for spending time together.
From creating a space to spend some time in the sun to playing music and enjoying a mindful breakfast, make more of your mornings with these simple ideas to set you up for a better day.
When space is limited, sharing a room can be a smart option. IKEA interior designer Sofie Lawlett took on the challenge to create a toddler’s ‘room’ in a parents’ bedroom.
Try this simple yet beautiful table setting, styled with seasonal colours and flowers. Because summer isn’t a time to wait for an excuse… Make every day a special occasion!
The bathroom is a great place to start when it comes to living greener at home – with the whole family using it, small changes can soon add up to make a big difference. Start with simple additions like eco-friendly textiles and energy-saving technology.
One of the world’s biggest sporting events is upon us – the football World Cup. Take the chance to gather, watch and support your teams together. Or play a mini championship yourselves.
The new Better World Starts At Home movement shows we all have the power to reduce our impact on the environment. Here are some simple ideas to get you started.
Surrounded by lovely, unusual collections, handmade furniture and flea market finds live Sara, Patrik and Ragnar. Sara loves collecting everyday objects and creating compositions from them. Their home is far from perfect - but that's the whole idea. Step inside...
Everyone has their favourite positions – and needs – when sleeping. We selected a few common styles and playfully let them inspire one bedroom each.
Create a relaxing environment where you can unwind before a good night’s sleep. Take inspiration from this bedroom that combines simplicity of style with smart organisation.
Even a small gathering can be a special occasion with a thoughtful table setting. Find out what you need to dress a table to impress this summer.
Sometimes staying home and indoors is the only option. Use your living room for a five-game contest that keeps everyone – family, friends or kids party – busy and happy.
Since its opening in February, IKEA Greenwich in London has received an 'Outstanding' BREEAM certification - the highest award for sustainable construction. "The store takes sustainability to the next level, not just in its design and architecture, but also it was built with the local community in mind," says Helen Aylett, IKEA Greenwich store manager.
The IKEA SAMMANHANG We Love Home book is full of inspiration for transforming your home into a beautiful space. Textiles are an easy - and often sustainable - way to create change. From refreshing your bedroom with soft bedlinen to fabric DIYs, make time for textiles!
Want to make space for entertaining outdoors this summer? See how multitasking furniture and textiles have turned this raised deck into an outdoor living area that is perfect for spontaneous gatherings.
Gather family and friends for a film or children’s theatre – and move the whole thing outdoors. (It’s easy, any open space will do.) Suddenly an ordinary TV night is turned into something to remember.
It’s a fascination. It’s a hobby. It’s a party theme. However you view the sky above us, it’s worth looking at again. Even better, share the experience – and arrange a cosy, out-of-the-ordinary gathering.
A pop-up outdoor celebration with all guests dressed in white. This sums up the phenomenon “Dîner en blanc,” or dinner in white. See how you can do your own take, one festive dinner setting at a time.
There’s no right or wrong when it comes to space-planning, especially when a room has multiple jobs to do. From open clothes storage to a flexible home office, see how we helped make this bedroom work.
On Sunday 12 May, why not get International Mother’s Day off to a good start with a relaxing breakfast in bed? Easy to prepare, these granola jars are perfect for enjoying alone or – better yet – together! Nina and her sons show us how.
You don't need a dedicated guest room to be a great host. Get inspired by these tips to turn a living room into an inviting place to sleep when family and friends stay over.
See how an interior designer created a child's bedroom that would inspire imagination, with plenty of space for creative play thanks to clever organisation.
In a special collaboration, IKEA has funded award-winning documentary maker Boris Bertram's latest project - 'The Human Shelter: An Expedition Into What Makes A Home'. Currently touring the international film circuit, watch the trailer and learn more...
Let the outdoors decorate your bedroom! Even small changes with plants and lighting can make a major difference. Just see how these easy fixes create a new mood and feel for the room.
Give someone green fingers! Or at least the sensation of being naturally good at gardening. See here how to prepare plant pods that will sprout like magic.
Nature can feel far away when you live in the city. Try these tips to make the most of your balcony – no matter how small – and create your own urban oasis.
When you’re a teenager, there’s no space quite like your bedroom. Somewhere to express yourself, study, sleep and hang out. Discover this teen’s personal yet practical room…
The best clothes storage is never one-size-fits-all. Whether it’s a complete wardrobe overhaul, or updating the solution you already have, take note from the PAX system in this student bedroom.
Step into an imaginative, inclusive home for a single parent and child. See how interior designers used resourceful DIY solutions for play, learning and togetherness in a small city home.
Sometimes we need to think smarter with small spaces to stay living in the city and make old buildings work for modern living. An interior designer used space-saving solutions to plan rooms that would suit a new family in an old house.
We created bedroom solutions to help jumpstart the day for three very different personalities. This one is for you with a tight schedule and no room for surprises.
We created bedroom solutions to help start the day for three very different personalities. This one is for you who seek a slow morning cocooned in soft comfort.
We created solutions to help start the day for three very different personalities. This is for you who like to invite nature right into your bedroom.
Step inside this family home in Australia to see how they use colour and organisation to create a home that feels fun and refreshing.
Give your bedroom a boost for spring without redecorating. In this bedroom three simple additions made a big impact.
The idea was to create a home that felt like a studio, planned to feel as open and spacious as possible. The result is a modern, relaxing apartment for a hard-working couple to come home to. Take a look.
Create an inspiring home office using whatever space you have. This garage was transformed into a colourful and creative workspace that’s a joy to spend time in. Here’s how…
Designer Kangan Arora is driven by a love of colour, geometry and visual storytelling. See how she’s bringing her passion for pattern to this season’s new textiles.
Around the world, people are moving into recycled cargo containers to be near the city centre. A team of interior designers were set the challenge of transforming two identical 11-square-metre boxes into practical and personal homes.
Five fun and simple ideas for a greener spring (and you don’t need a garden).
Now is the time to fill a basket with food and drink, gather your favourite company and step outside. We created three easy-to-fix picnic kits with a summery feel.
Having a walk-in wardrobe doesn’t require a separate room. See how you can create one with all the functions and personality you need – that fits into your bedroom.
Getting things done at home can be a challenge, especially when you don’t have a fixed spot for it. Here are three unexpected solutions for creative activities (or more ordinary tasks) that take up space only when you need them.
This autumn, create a personal and optimistic mood with unexpected and exaggerated colour combination and materials. Make small but bold updates to refresh your home for the darker months ahead.
If you’re lucky enough to have outdoor space or an allotment, growing your own produce will help kids to learn lots of new skills, and lower your impact on the environment. Here’s how to get little ones involved…
It’s official – this is the smallest home we’ve ever visited! Step inside and see what it takes to live well in a micro apartment in the middle of the city.
Living spaces may be shrinking, but there’s always room for creativity. Try these tips and tricks from a tiny apartment dweller and see how you could optimise the space you have.
“When your family grows, but your home doesn’t, flexible solutions, and smart organisation can help meet your individual needs while still sharing space,” says Emilia Ljungberg, interior designer at IKEA, who created this model home, customised to work harder for a typical growing family.
How do you balance hobbies, relaxation and pets in a compact space? A work-at-home laser cutter and plant obsessive shows us how she turned a small apartment into an urban oasis.
Don't let a lack of outdoor space stop you from getting closer to nature. An urban botanist gives us her best tips for refreshing your apartment with plants.
Hit the refresh button on your morning routine and set yourself up for a better day. From the way you organise inside your drawers to switching to an alarm clock, the ideas we saw in this family home make mornings easier.
When you move into a shared space how do you feel like you belong? Or that it's a place to call home? Inspired by the rise in communal living, interior designer Hans Blomquist created a home for three individuals that balances the openness of group living with privacy.
Three adults and two kids sharing a small apartment can be a challenge, but with a bit of ingenuity it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Interior designers Kristina Pospelova and Kristin Perez show us how.
Lovebirds, yes. Identical tastes, no. How do you create a place to call home when you’re two grown-ups moving in together? Interior designer Mia Gustafsson helps out.
Traditional folk-style design is not what it once was. Instead it keeps reinventing itself – with one eye on the past and one on the future. Fancy adding a touch of Scandi folk-art anno 2019 to your own home? This is how.
Turn your winter storage into something useful! Organise your storage facility to hold your outdoor stuff, and still have space for an everyday retreat of calm.
Limited space and guests spending the night may not seem like an ideal combination. See how you can turn the situation round, and arrange a stay that lets the festive warmth of the party linger.
Limited space doesn’t have to stop you from throwing a heart-warming late-autumn party. With a little preparation, you’ll be able to both participate and let guests feel welcome throughout their stay.
No matter the size of your home, there will always be times when you need one more comfy bed. With the right sofa-bed you get the perfect place to put your feet up, work, eat, binge watch – and sleep.
A shared bedroom can be the answer to a lack of space, but it can also have the added benefit of bringing you closer together. In this compact city home, it made sense for this family of three to share a bedroom. Here’s how it works for them…
If five people share a two-bedroom flat in the city, will their needs and wants on the home front differ depending on where in the world they live? For this year’s catalogue, IKEA decided to find out. One of the six homes featured was designed in five versions, in collaboration with interior designers from five different parts of the world – each with expert insights from their respective region. The result? Go ahead and see for yourself.
Take a look at some of our PAX wardrobe inspiration for different situation, living space, and style. Whether you're living alone, newly wed, or living with children, let's see our PAX inspirations and create a wardrobe that suits your needs, style and space.
The living room is where it all happens. Entertaining, working, movie marathoning, you name it. And sometimes it shows. Tame the inevitable build-up of stuff with our smart organizing methods, and make your space as efficient as possible.
As an oasis at home, you need the right furniture so your outdoor area feels more comfortable. Outdoor table becomes one of the important furniture to put your favorite book or coffee when you want to get relaxed. There are many choices of outdoor tables, from plastic to metal, but the wooden table is the perfect choice. Natural material like wood is very suitable for your outdoor ambience and still look beautiful even though it’s been used for years. If you want to buy a wooden table for outdoor area, you need to know about the advantages of each outdoor table.
Nowadays, most dwellings especially in big cities, have smaller and increasingly limited size. This often creates problems because there is not enough space for the many needs. But you can make things work out by using smart solutions that are practical and functional, such as utilising multifunctional household furniture that can make your life much easier.
We all know that they’re small, long-lasting and energy-saving. But when it comes to ambience, LED lighting is often overlooked. Here are some tips that do as much for function as they do for atmosphere.
The countdown has begun! Make the last evening of the year one to remember by treating yourself to an all-out party.
Harbolnas or National Online Shopping Day is coming up! It's time to prepare your wishlist. If you want to refresh your home with new furniture, Harbolnas is the perfect moment to get a bunch of furniture at very affordable prices. Especially if you plan to buy large-sized furniture that requires more budget such as a bed or wardrobe.
Every room has an important role, including your bathroom. Although it is often the smallest room at home, your bathroom can be a perfect place for relaxation if you arrange it properly. If you want to refresh your bathroom designs, here are some unique bathroom ideas that can inspire you.
Spring is around the corner, and your balcony is the perfect place to greet it. See how you can make it work for a range of everyday activities – and easily go between chores and me time.
Dear hallway, our daily launch pad with the thankless task of helping everyone to pass quickly. With easy fixes, see how you can opitimise flow in time for the springtime surge in traffic.
Regardless of how far spring has come outside, it’s time to invite it inside. Here we show a range of tips on how to transform your home with easy green changes.
Organise a corner where your family’s interests – like carpentry, sewing and scrapbooking – can get along, side by side. When not in use, it’s easy to make the space available for other activities.
The outdoor season is here! See how you can enjoy the arrival of spring, even if you live right in the city. Simply pack a light bag or two, and head out to find a green patch to borrow.
Can you feel it? The shift in seasons? This time towards lighter, warmer days… Don’t waste the promise of spring. Pack a few easy-to-carry home comforts and step out. It’s great outdoors!
You don’t have to go all-in to give your bedroom a new look and feel. Take a look at the easy ideas below and decide to do one, try a few, or do them all. Everything is easy and wallet-friendly!
This spring, use soft textiles, fun lighting and smart storage to turn your little one’s room into a cool and cosy play space with everything they need to feed their imagination, encourage independence and sleep well.
Outdoor space at home, no matter how humble or large, is sacred. It’s your own spot of peace. To make your terrace the cosiest hangout of the season, it might need a little refresh.
It’s summer, it’s time to retreat your family. Prepare your bathroom for hot days with cool products. With storage solutions like suction cups, slim washbasin cabinets, and drying racks, you make a bathroom for everything and everyone. Get your summer together!
It’s summer, it’s time to retreat your family. Prepare your bedroom for hot days with cool products. With mattresses in natural materials, bedlinen, and block-out curtains that deflect the heat, you can dream away comfortably. And stay home. Please, do not disturb.
It’s summer, it’s time to retreat yourself. Prepare your living room for hot days with cool products. With lounge chairs and side tables, cooling curtains and lamps, you can create a living room for the days when you can’t decide if you want to stay in or out. Or both.
Holiday at home this summer. These sunny ideas will bring a relaxed holiday vibe to any outdoor space – even in the heart of a city.
Get a fair share of nature even before your day has started! See how much you can do with just minor adjustments, and enjoy the boost that comes with it.
Summer is a perfect time for all things growing. See how easy you can start a small planting project, literally from scraps, and turn it into a fascinating learning experience.
Greeting a guest can be done in many ways. Here are three living rooms that each have their special way – and style – to offer a heart-warming, welcoming atmosphere.
Going off to university is a big moment in many ways – moving to your first own home may be just one of them. Celebrate the occasion as soon as you can!
Make space for you by turning your bedroom into somewhere to restore a sense of order and harmony.
For some of us, the holiday season is all about hosting big gatherings, for others it’s an opportunity to unwind alone. From cosy sheepskin cushions to twinkling LED lights, the new VINTER 2018 collection has a winter accessory to make your plans magical, whether they’re big or small.
Moving to this attic apartment gave the owners more space. Rather than fill each inch, they took a minimal approach, furnishing around what they needed to live well and adding pieces with family history. Take a tour and see what you gain when you live with less…
Whether you’re a kid – or a kid at heart – it’s easy to turn your living room into a place for lighthearted fun!
Jurij and Konstancja renovated their derelict tenement apartment to create a flexible and functional home that complements their lifestyle. The key for this pair of interior designers? Good organisation.