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Become an expert in energy efficiency at home

When it comes to saving energy, the little things can make a big difference. At IKEA, we have loads of products to make your home more sustainable. We want to inspire and enable as many people as possible to live more sustainably – and to make it easy and affordable.

A woman sits on a broad window sill and looks out at a misty day, while rugged up with a blanket, cushion and cup of tea.
A METALLISK kettle on top of a TILLREDA portable induction cooktop. In the foreground is a white mug and tea caddy.

Induction cooktops are up to 50% quicker and more energy efficient than ceramic or radiant heat cooktops.

The latest in energy-efficient clothes drying

Well, not really. However, JÄLL is a lightweight and portable drying rack that dries clothes in the most environmentally-friendly way possible. And you can use it indoors or outside. There when you need it, out of the way when you don’t, it can make everyday life just a little bit easier.

A woman in a long white dress hangs several white dresses on a MULIG clothes rack on the veranda of her home.

When making these energy saving blinds, we consulted the experts. Bees.

HOPPVALS energy-saving cellular blinds were inspired by the honeycomb prismatic wax found in beehives. They create a layer of insulation that can reduce your heating costs by up to 20%, lowering the general light level and providing privacy. All for a price that doesn’t sting your wallet.

A child wearing a grey jumper leaning forward peering out a window under a half-raised HOPPVALS cellular blind.
Nine LED bulbs in various designs hung at different heights against the backdrop of a dark green curtain.

A brighter life at home with LED lights

LED light bulbs work just as well outside as they do indoors, use much less energy than traditional bulbs and can last up to 20 years. Time to make the switch?

Saving money at home with LED lighting

Did you know?

  • Air drying can make a big difference to your energy bills.
  • Hanging semi-dirty garments out in the fresh air instead of washing them may get you an extra day’s wear. It’ll save water, energy, and wear-and-tear on your clothes.
  • Closing your curtains at dusk can cut heat loss through your windows by around 10%.
  • You can dry dishes faster while using less energy? Check to see if your dishwasher has the “Auto open” function which opens the dishwasher door during the drying phase at the end of the washing cycle.