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Home styling made simple

Style is often found in the little things - the way you arrange pictures, the accessories you choose. It's also in the things you personalise. Here are some of our favourite tips that will have you feeling like an interior designer in no time. Back to IDEAS

A close-up image of different sizes of IKEA CYLINDER vases, decorated with paper cutouts of landscapes, filled with water and a floating candle.
An IKEA GADDIS basket is decorated with greenery and pine cones and hung as a lamp.
IKEA KONICIS cookie cutters haning in a window, used as decorations
A collage of five ideas for Christmas trees.
Overlapping picture frames, lamps and ornaments make a stunning shelf display
Berni’s dining area has a colourful mix of inherited furniture and vintage IKEA
Let your fancy dinnerware lend its deco powers to your room, even when dinnertime’s over. Our stylist shows how!
A kitchen shelf display is a great way to add to your kitchen’s look without renovating, as well as boost your existing kitchen style. We made this one by working with colour, scenes and framing.
Industrial style, bare branches and woodland motifs combine to create a unique living space
DIY table decorations and place settings with an autumnal twist
A colourfully customised pendant lamp with a collection of vases and blooms
These storage jars have been given a fun, crafty twist
Illustration of black, white and grey rugs loosely rolled and stacked onto each other
Jars and bottles have a much longer shelf life once jams are finished and drinks have been drunk. Try filling them up with summer memories from the seaside, paints or colours, chances are they’ll look fabulous
With the help of some HEMSMAK plastic bags and some strong tape its easy to make an art display wall. Just put in photo’s, flowers — whatever takes your fancy.
How to be the host with the most
The day’s are getting shorter, the wind’s a little crisp, luckily the time’s perfect for cosying up your indoors. Come see how we love to use textiles to celebrate the season outside, make the home warmer and more energy efficient too.
Window sill garden with herbs, plants and mini greenhouse
DIY illustrated mugs on work surface with basket of pens and notepad
Two picture ledges with cookbooks and recipes on display
Dining areas needn’t be formal and static. With some fold away chairs, an adjustable table and soft, roll-up mattress close at hand (stored on the wall) it’s easy to create a dining area to suit you.
Personalise your lazying about space by sewing your own mattress covers using your favourite metre fabric.
Give your bedroom a style boost with our insiders guide to the perfect bedside table display.
The new SINNERLIG sofa looks great as it is, but can easily be styled any way you choose.
One way to hide your TV is to paint the wall behind black and decorate with black frames for a distinctive style expression
Get creative with a weaving project. Come check out our interior stylists easy step-by-step guide to learn how.
Stacks of IKEA catalogues on a table
A display of pink chest of drawers, floral meter fabric, cork coasters and furniture, turquoise cushions and wall cabinets.
Cut fabric strips hanging from the ceiling above a bed.
Feeling crafty? Put those DIY skills and creativity to work! Floral patterns are a big deal right now, so double up with this homemade vase cover.
Picture of Agnes taping book pages on a wall
Picture from above of a table and chairs with party decorations
Clothes and shoe storage ideas
Picture of a window seat with pillows and a blanket on top
A picture of shelves with a painted wall behind
Living room: a white sofa is brightened with colourful textiles.
View of outdoor space with bright coloured textiles, cosy seating area, colourful dining room table and chairs.
Create a natural and relaxed dining room table with mix of handmade textiles.
View of monochrome themed living room space with a cat sleeping on the charcoal sofa.
Decorated VÄTE lamps hang above white dining room table and yellow chairs.
White walls, furniture and linen with splashes of bright blue textiles create a serene seaside bedroom.
A wall covered in a green, grass-looking, rug then decorated with fake flowers makes the perfect indoor flower installation.
A collage showing different labelling ideas including drawing, giant labels, stamping, material labels and writing on the wall.
There is no such thing as one shade of grey as these pots of grey paint on a grey tablecloth show.
DIY party favours can be from almost anything, think fake flowers, paper, glasses beads, eggshells, plants, bottles of something special.
Make colourful paper fortune cookies in just a few minutes by folding and stapling paper and tying everything together with some string.
Five hanging baskets clustered together along the stairway is a great way to bring greenery into your home.
Have you ever hung a picture, stood back to admire it, only to find it’s not exactly where you wanted it? Get IKEA handyman Viktor’s trick for hanging a picture on the wall, right where he wants it, first time in this short video. And check back soon for more Handyman How To videos.
IKEA Secrets of a Stylist: How to style your  bedroom dresser
View of hallway table with display of artificial flowers in vases and jugs. Stack of vintage books underneath.
View of bedroom with DIY headboard made with black and white fabric tape. Monochrome TUVBRÄCKA bed quilt. Orange STOCKHOLM cushion.
View of room with matching wall and storage unit personalised with nature-inspired PREMIAR picture. Man relaxing on sofa.
View of gallery wall of frames in mix of sizes with wooden bench and yellow cushion.
View of bedroom with pattern of copper and silver mirror tiles on wall above bed.
View of painted plant pots, used to store paintbrushes and pens, with house plant, books and pack of open cards on white shelf against brick wall background.
A bird’s eye view of sport-themed wrapped gifts with the bits and bits needed to make the labels, including beads, arranged on a white work surface.
A step-ladder turned into a bookcase using shelves and filled with books and literature-themed trinkets infront of a brick wall with two large windows showing a city scene at night
A bird’s eye view of aA close up image of a red painted napkin folded and wrapped with twine and foliage and placed over a bowl on a table setting.
A NORNÄS bench painted in gold with animal print legs. A cat is walking along the top of the bench and there’s a gold-framed mirror in the background.
A close up of a wall-mounted world map with photos attached to a web of black cotton thread using pegs to map out a travel journey.
A bird’s eye view of layers of black and white rugs in different textures and with different patterns on the floor or a living room.
A collage of beach finds on sand, including a broken spade, coloured balls, some driftwood, feathers, rope, sunglasses and a shuttlecock.
A bedouin-style tent over a balcony. There is a person lying on the soft drinking tea with candles on the floor and table to add cosiness.
 Display of a yellow cardboard box, a white work lamp, pictures in pink and grey, a yellow clock, quilt cover set in grey/yellow/orange, brown mugs and a white storage box, all from IKEA.
A fresh take on flower arranging
View of the whole room with IKEA dressing tables, full-length mirror and open wardrobes.
The room in daytime. IKEA sofa, armchair, bookcases, rug, coffee tables and glass display cabinet.
Desk in front of a panel of wood holding IKEA wall pockets and noticeboard.
Bedroom with IKEA furniture, mirrored wall tiles, rug, lamps and curtains.
Bedroom with a blackboard wall and IKEA storage holding lots of colourful paints.
Living room with five IKEA sofas in a U-shape. Rugs, mirrors, lamps and table.