A sustainable everyday
How sustainable is IKEA? Well, with veggie hot dogs, chairs made of recycled plastic bottles, and furniture made from sustainable materials, we want to effect and inspire change. We want to empower you to make more eco-friendly choices. Because, as our founder Ingvar Kamprad said: ‘No method is more effective than the good example.’
This Black Friday, we’re going green
Throughout November, we’re offering a number of ways for you to join our circular efforts including additional savings on Circular Hub (As-Is) items, incentives for donating furniture and electronics, and more.
Guides to sustainable living
Sustainable furniture materials
Does IKEA sell green furniture? Yes, and in more ways than one! We are committed to making our products with more renewable and sustainable furniture materials like responsibly-sourced cotton and better plastics. We also use sustainable wood sources, like bamboo, to make more eco-friendly furniture. You can learn more about our efforts to work with better materials and reduce waste through the articles below.
We believe that consuming more consciously should be simple, stylish, and easy on your wallet. That's why we create affordable, sustainable furniture and energy-saving appliances that help you to live more sustainably at home. Learn about some of our favourite sustainable products, like KUNGSBACKA kitchen cabinet fronts, which are made from recycled plastic bottles, or shop our eco-friendly bamboo furniture and accessories.
Embrace meatless Mondays. Commit to reducing your food waste by packing a lunch or keeping your veggies fresh for longer. Or green your mornings with UTZ certified teas and coffees that empower smallholder farmers to practice sustainable farming standards. However you choose to make a difference, we make it easy to keep things simple - and affordable.
Embrace an eco-friendly lifestyle
Ready to take the next step? Don't be intimidated, and don't worry about living perfectly green - little actions can make a big difference when it comes to fighting climate change. Check out the IDEAS and articles below and get inspired to lead a healthier and more sustainable life at home.