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Organise an IVAR cabinet to the max

24 March 2017

We really like IVAR cabinet because you can organise the inside and customise the outside to make it you. We turned one into a family game and entertainment centre. Here are some ideas to smartly store a lot and find what you want without wasting game time!

An open IVAR cabinet that’s organised with games in boxes and magazine files

Because IVAR cabinet is solid pine, it can be maximised by fixing things to its walls and doors. You can add hooks for headphones, a basket for game controllers and magazine files for tablets and games. This game cabinet idea graduated from our Square Metre Challenge living/dining room (check it out here).  

A close-up of an organised IVAR cabinet that contains lots of games, boxes and entertainment
“For a more coordinated look, put games in matching boxes or magazine files with custom labels. Just don’t forget the instructions!” 
Therese, stylist

Made by

Interior designer: Therese Ericsson
Digital designer: Cecilia Englund
Copy writer: Marissa Frayer
Photographer: Sandra Werud
Editor: Linda Harkell