The way forward is circular

From turning recycled waste into new products, to using renewable and longer lasting materials, we’re incorporating circularity into every step of our production system. We believe that by 2030, our circularity initiatives can enable more than 1 billion people to make choices that help preserve the health of our planet.

A large dining room with big windows.

Put it to good reuse

With IKEA’s Sell-Back program, IKEA Family members can sell their used furniture back to IKEA for an in-store credit.

As good as renew

Rather than throwing old furniture away, try renewing it with small tweaks. Changing the knobs on your drawer, or adding a new insert to a shelf,  can make old items feel like new.


Less landfill, more homefill

We believe in leading by example. That’s why we’re reducing waste with longer-lasting products made from renewable materials, and striving towards producing as much energy as we consume by 2030.


From sip to sit

Our ODGER chairs are made from at least 55 percent recycled plastic, so you can stand up for the climate while sitting down.

Clean me a river

The SOARÉ placemat is made from water hyacinth in the Mekong River in Vietnam. Gathering the hyacinth clears the river for passage and helps the local community earn  money for their families.

Covers, recovered

The TÅNUM rug is made of leftover fabric from our bed linen production, and handwoven by skilled craftspeople in Bangladesh.