Take simple storage, flexible dining furniture and astonishingly low prices. Stir well to mix, and you have the makings of this multigenerational family’s combined kitchen and dining space. Finished off with a sunny window bench, music corner and the aromas of something scrumptious bubbling away, it’s a space where this family finds themselves lingering... long after the plates are cleared.
Agnese and Mārtiņš live in an apartment in Ogre and the room they have decided to renovate is their shared Home Office. The one who decided to take part in the makeover show was Agnese, as she spends here more time. Agnese admits that this room has long been a victim of "it's ok" attitude when everybody knows that something needs to change but none can be bothered to actually do something. But now this has to change.
“What are some ways that I can improve my home without spending a lot of money?" When interior designer Mia Gustafsson created this bold family apartment, sticking to a tight budget was her top priority. From furnishing with simple basics to accessorising with light, she shares some of the money-saving ideas that brought this home to life.
Which is the most important room besides the kitchen? The living room of course! In this family of five it is a hub of different activities, where the parents Aija and Jānis rest after work, the three children play with their toys and the whole family watches TV, plays chess and spends time together. Their living room is the last room in the apartment that has been left unrenovated, and Aija feels that the time is ripe for it to shine in a new decor.
Night turns to day, work turns to play, people come, people go. Life is always changing, so why shouldn’t your living room? Let the welcoming living area of a large family show you how, with flexible furniture that can switch seamlessly from one activity to the next. Layered with plants and personal collections, it’s hard to believe that this inspiring space was pulled together on the tightest of budgets!
Meet Oskars, Ilva and young Kārlis – a small family ready for a big change. The room they have chosen for the makeover is mainly Oskar's turf: it is here he pursues his hobbies and spends much of his leisure time. If anything, Oskars is a most versatile personality: a microbiology graduate, IT specialist and aspiring drummer and opera-singer, he does not shy away from any challenges. Yet, the challenge of organising the former garage/library into a full-fledged hobby room has been just too time-consuming until now.
Get ready for the day without delays – like the bathroom being busy – by kitting out the hallway right outside with everything you need. Hallway furniture, storage, mirrors and lighting make a runway to get everyone set for departure.
It’s the time of year to get snug, get cosy, and make space for what matters, like the things we do together: with our loved ones, our home, and ourselves. Whether that’s creating a quiet spot for some we-time or laying a seasonal table for a special occasion, we invite you to open this magical season of togetherness. Why not start by bringing some warm and cosy feeling into your living room?
Gaming is more than just a fun past-time. Ask any gamer, and they’ll tell you it’s a way to wind down and take your mind off everyday hassles, just as it’s a way to connect with people everywhere. Some will even tell you it’s their livelihood.
A new season means new inspiration with the interior makeover show "Home idea with IKEA"! This season, the show will take a new twist: viewers shall accompany IKEA Designers and homeowners to creative workshops and inspirational conversations with well known personalities. New adventures, bright colours and unforgettable emotions all in one colourful season that starts with an impressive tribute to Frida Kahlo in a kitchen for teacher and artist at heart Inonanta.