Both the IKEA catalogue and this website are sources of inspiring
room settings, product information and, in the case of the web,
current figures on how many of your items are in stock.
(You can even create a shopping list and print it out.)
Extra practical bags and trolleys
All kinds of products require all kinds of shopping alternatives. Big shopping bags are available in many places around the store and different types of trolleys are usually right where you need them. There’s even one that makes shopping with a small child easier and safer.
Children are welcome
Fun and games
Supervised and unsupervised play areas, baby bottle warmers,
baby care areas and child-size meals – could we say “children
welcome” any better than this?
Price is just the beginning. We fit a wealth of information on
our price tags. Dimensions, shapes and sizes, materials, colours,
fabrics, article numbers, where to pick up the product and more.
Pencil and shopping list
You never know when you’ll want to write things
down, add them up. Make sure you keep track of
article numbers for pick-up in the self-serve area,
too. Pencils and shopping lists are available all over.
We’ve set up information kiosks in areas where the products
come with a lot of options so you need to plan and calculate.
Here’s where you can look up information and configure
your home space.
Ask our sales people – they know the details of our
products better than anyone else in the store.
Take a break
Every IKEA store has at least one area where you can put your
shopping aside and relax for a while. Sit down, grab a bite to
eat and contemplate your next purchase.
Doing things yourself at IKEA keeps prices low, but help is always
available for a small fee. We offer useful services such as kitchen
installation, picking and delivery according to your shopping list,
delivery alone, furniture assembly and more.