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Saving energy

Small things make a big difference

We've now switched our entire lighting range to energy energy efficient LED lighting. With energy savings, exciting new designs, better light quality, lower environmental impact and a 20-year lifespan, our new LED lighting is so much better than old incandescent lighting. And don't worry, we have a LED bulb for all your existing light fittings. Welcome to the new revolution in lighting. Welcome to the brighter world of LED. Welcome to the brighter world of LED>

A brighter life at home with led

A display of different LED lamps. A display of different LED lamps. A display of different LED lamps. A display of different LED lamps. A display of different LED lamps. A display of different LED lamps. A display of different LED lamps. A display of different LED lamps. A display of different LED lamps. A display of different LED lamps. A display of different LED lamps. A display of different LED lamps.

DID YOU KNOW?

You don’t need to throw out your old lamps. There’s a LEDARE light bulb to fit your existing light fittings.

 

A living room with three oval-shaped pendant lamp shades made of  white rice paper. A living room with three oval-shaped pendant lamp shades made of  white rice paper. A living room with three oval-shaped pendant lamp shades made of  white rice paper. A living room with three oval-shaped pendant lamp shades made of  white rice paper. A living room with three oval-shaped pendant lamp shades made of  white rice paper. A living room with three oval-shaped pendant lamp shades made of  white rice paper. A living room with three oval-shaped pendant lamp shades made of  white rice paper. A living room with three oval-shaped pendant lamp shades made of  white rice paper. A living room with three oval-shaped pendant lamp shades made of  white rice paper. A living room with three oval-shaped pendant lamp shades made of  white rice paper. A living room with three oval-shaped pendant lamp shades made of  white rice paper. A living room with three oval-shaped pendant lamp shades made of  white rice paper.

DID YOU KNOW?

LED bulbs use 85% less energy than incandescent bulbs and last up to 20 years.

 

Lighting is a vital part of life at home. It makes our homes safer, cosier and more welcoming. And it allows us to do things we couldn’t otherwise do. But around a quarter of the world’s energy consumption is used for lighting. That’s a lot of energy.

At IKEA we're all in with LED lighting so your lamps and light bulbs use very little energy, light your home beautifully - and last for decades., we want to help you live a more sustainable life at home. To reduce your energy consumption without making sacrifices. To make living a sustainable life at home easier, beautiful and more affordable. And tiny LEDs are an easy way to make a big difference.

An open kitchen drawer with a lit LED lighting strip. An open kitchen drawer with a lit LED lighting strip. An open kitchen drawer with a lit LED lighting strip. An open kitchen drawer with a lit LED lighting strip. An open kitchen drawer with a lit LED lighting strip. An open kitchen drawer with a lit LED lighting strip. An open kitchen drawer with a lit LED lighting strip. An open kitchen drawer with a lit LED lighting strip. An open kitchen drawer with a lit LED lighting strip. An open kitchen drawer with a lit LED lighting strip. An open kitchen drawer with a lit LED lighting strip. An open kitchen drawer with a lit LED lighting strip.

LED lights use 85% less energy and last 25 times longer than incandescent bulbs. Their small size opens up a whole new world of exciting lighting design possibilities. And the light quality is so good you can have both functional and atmospheric lighting in just one light. So not only are LEDs making life at home more sustainable, they’re making it more beautiful too.

DID YOU KNOW?

LEDs are so tiny they can be built into almost anything, creating loads of new design possibilities.

Lighting possibilities are endless with led

Film 1: Living more sustainably is as easy as changing your light bulbs. See why we believe wholeheartedly in LED.

Film 2: Better light, new designs and lower prices. Watch how we are fully embracing the LED lighting revolution.


A saucepan and a steam cooker on an induction hob in a kitchen with fresh herbs to the side of the hob. A saucepan and a steam cooker on an induction hob in a kitchen with fresh herbs to the side of the hob. A saucepan and a steam cooker on an induction hob in a kitchen with fresh herbs to the side of the hob. A saucepan and a steam cooker on an induction hob in a kitchen with fresh herbs to the side of the hob. A saucepan and a steam cooker on an induction hob in a kitchen with fresh herbs to the side of the hob. A saucepan and a steam cooker on an induction hob in a kitchen with fresh herbs to the side of the hob. A saucepan and a steam cooker on an induction hob in a kitchen with fresh herbs to the side of the hob. A saucepan and a steam cooker on an induction hob in a kitchen with fresh herbs to the side of the hob. A saucepan and a steam cooker on an induction hob in a kitchen with fresh herbs to the side of the hob. A saucepan and a steam cooker on an induction hob in a kitchen with fresh herbs to the side of the hob. A saucepan and a steam cooker on an induction hob in a kitchen with fresh herbs to the side of the hob. A saucepan and a steam cooker on an induction hob in a kitchen with fresh herbs to the side of the hob.

Saving energy and money

Our energy-saving appliances like induction hobs, fridges, freezers and washing machines can help make a positive difference to the environment and help lower your energy bills. We’re offering more of these products at a low price so that as many people as possible can afford them.

See more energy-saving appliances

Also, there are simple changes you can make that can lower your energy bills even further, like using steamer inserts when you cook or washing your clothes in cold water and hanging them out to dry. All these small actions add up!
 
 
A close up of an open fridge-freezer filled with food in a kitchen setting. A close up of an open fridge-freezer filled with food in a kitchen setting. A close up of an open fridge-freezer filled with food in a kitchen setting. A close up of an open fridge-freezer filled with food in a kitchen setting. A close up of an open fridge-freezer filled with food in a kitchen setting. A close up of an open fridge-freezer filled with food in a kitchen setting. A close up of an open fridge-freezer filled with food in a kitchen setting. A close up of an open fridge-freezer filled with food in a kitchen setting. A close up of an open fridge-freezer filled with food in a kitchen setting. A close up of an open fridge-freezer filled with food in a kitchen setting. A close up of an open fridge-freezer filled with food in a kitchen setting. A close up of an open fridge-freezer filled with food in a kitchen setting.

A cool way to save

Replacing a refrigerator or freezer with a new, energy-efficient model saves money and energy. A new fridge that has been “A++ rated” in Europe can use 40% less energy than a A- or B-class fridge. But you shouldn’t have to pay more to save energy. So we made our entire range of fridges and freezers A+ and A++ rated in Europe, and sell them at low prices so more people can afford them.
A stainless stell saucepan on an induction hob. A stainless stell saucepan on an induction hob. A stainless stell saucepan on an induction hob. A stainless stell saucepan on an induction hob. A stainless stell saucepan on an induction hob. A stainless stell saucepan on an induction hob. A stainless stell saucepan on an induction hob. A stainless stell saucepan on an induction hob. A stainless stell saucepan on an induction hob. A stainless stell saucepan on an induction hob. A stainless stell saucepan on an induction hob. A stainless stell saucepan on an induction hob.

Go ahead, watch your water boil

What’s the magic behind induction technology? It’s basically a magnetic field technology that only heats the pan – not the hob or surrounding air – so only a small amount of heat is wasted. Two liters of water can be brought to boil in just five minutes on an induction hob, while it takes as much as 10 minutes on a glass-ceramic hob. You’ll be seeing a lot more induction hobs from us in the future!
A close up of a striped rug with the corner folded over with apples scattered over the rug in the corner. A close up of a striped rug with the corner folded over with apples scattered over the rug in the corner. A close up of a striped rug with the corner folded over with apples scattered over the rug in the corner. A close up of a striped rug with the corner folded over with apples scattered over the rug in the corner. A close up of a striped rug with the corner folded over with apples scattered over the rug in the corner. A close up of a striped rug with the corner folded over with apples scattered over the rug in the corner. A close up of a striped rug with the corner folded over with apples scattered over the rug in the corner. A close up of a striped rug with the corner folded over with apples scattered over the rug in the corner. A close up of a striped rug with the corner folded over with apples scattered over the rug in the corner. A close up of a striped rug with the corner folded over with apples scattered over the rug in the corner. A close up of a striped rug with the corner folded over with apples scattered over the rug in the corner. A close up of a striped rug with the corner folded over with apples scattered over the rug in the corner.

Saving energy with textiles

There are lots of simple ways to save energy at home and a couple of them only require a trip to the store. Since many homes lose heat through the floors, area rugs are the unsung heroes of low-cost, quick-fix energy solutions.

See all area rugs

You can also save energy and regulate indoor temperatures by using textiles to insulate your window and door openings. Curtains block the hot sun in summer and help keep the heat inside during winter.

See all curtains