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How to shop at IKEA


We want shopping in store at IKEA to be as fun, family-friendly and stress-free as possible. Learn how to make the most of your shopping experience at your local IKEA store.


A view of an IKEA store through the window of a cafe where a man is sat drinking a cup of coffee while reading a magazine and another man is walking past the window.

The basics


  • Always free parking and easy accessibility for everyone
  • Free pencils, paper, tape measures, store guides, catalogues, shopping carts, shopping bags and strollers
  • A good restaurant with a children’s menu and play area
A smiling little girl playing in an indoor play area.

Bring the family

We want the IKEA shopping experience to be a family-friendly one.
Every IKEA store has a supervised play area for children, called Småland. You can drop your children off there and shop on your own, knowing they are safe and having fun.
A man holding a little girl looking at a ceiling lamp in an IKEA store.

Test-drive your furniture

Shopping at the IKEA store should be hassle-free and hands-on. We want you to make yourself at home in our room settings, so go ahead and sit, lie down, fold out the sofa bed, turn on the lamps, feel the weight of the fabrics, pick up the dishes and open the cabinets. No one will bother you and you can always ask for help.
On the price tag you’ll find lots of details including the location. These explain where you can collect the item from the Self-serve furniture area or contain information on where to collect it, such as the Furniture self


You’ll find IKEA staff and information desks to help you with any questions you might have, whilst shopping in store.
A father and his two young daughters eating a meal at a cafe table with the IKEA sign in the background.

Take a break any time

Our restaurant isn’t just for delicious meals. You can stop in for a quick sandwich or a coffee too. Plus, there’s always a children’s menu available. 
A man loading boxes from a storage warehouse onto a trolley.

Pick up your purchases

On the price tag you’ll find lots of details including the location. These explain where you can collect the item from, the Self-serve area or contain further information on where to collect it from.
A man holding a box of flat-packed furniture on top of a pile of the same sized boxes.

Pay and take it home

Our cashiers accept cash, credit cards, debit cards, and IKEA gift cards.
Most IKEA furniture is flat-packed so you can transport it home yourself. If you prefer, IKEA can arrange home delivery at a reasonable rate. Contact your local IKEA store or call us for details.