We don't believe in perfect homes. We believe in homes that are a perfect reflection of the people who live inside. Where everything looks the way you want it to, works the way you need it to, and just generally makes you feel good – without costing a fortune. That's why we've filled this section with tons of different home ideas, from home decoration ideas to organising tips to inspiration for making your home more green. So that you'll have all you need for creating a space that you love calling home.
Some flavoursome ideas for the kitchen
Open, bright kitchen space with IKEA cabinets, chalkbaord wall and bar seating
3 smart kitchen storage add-ons
Narrow kitchen with IKEA kitchen cabinets built all around the doorframe.
Kitchen with white IKEA cabinets, shelving unit and dining area. Most things have been customised.
Picture frames fill the void above white kitchen cabinets.
Tasty ideas for cooking, serving and storing food
Kitchen with spice storage made of magnetic jars on magnetic boardsSEO Friendly Name: On a white tiled kitchen wall hangs a silver coloured magnetic board with stainless cointainers with clear lids on it  Two bottles and one jar of homemade ketchup with hand-written lables on them and a tomato plant in the background. A bird’s eye view of a pot of steaming rice pudding fresh from the oven placed on a rustic wooden work bench. A bird’s eye view of a dining table with lots of different dishes with food from around the world. The tablecloth is old newspapers and flags are used to label the food dishes. A family sitting in their living room eating Christmas dinner, picnic style. Two are sitting on the floor, one on the sofa and one on an arm chair.
Fresh ideas on dining
Small IKEA table with two chairs, laid for breakfast, in the corner of a kitchen.IKEA goes small: why multifunctionality matters when downsizing Create a natural and relaxed dining room table with mix of handmade textiles.A picture where different containers are prepared for a picnicA long table decorated with wild flowers, fresh lemons and crisp white linens is a simple way to create a naturally summery party.
New ways to think about bedrooms
Fashion show: four ways to put your clothes on displayA white wardrobe with open doors filled with clothes Padded, dark blue curtains hung around the outside and in between the bed help block out sound and light. Dark walls and crisp white sheets help create a feeling of calm. Cut fabric strips hanging from the ceiling above a bed.From cramped and cluttered bedroom to relaxing retreat
Ideas for rooms you’ll love to live in
 A living room layout doesn’t have to focus on the TV. This illustration highlights, using green, how you can have a face-to-face seating area as the rooms focal point instead.  This side view into living room, showing the piano and double base to the side of the colourful green sofa quickly reveals this is a living room for music lovers. Graphic images, including a drawing of a giant match stick and some red flamingoes, hanging from the wall perfectly complement the antique wooden dining table. A grey and a pink sofa placed back-to-back in the center of a livingroomCreate a cocoon in the corner of your living room using textiles, soft lighting and calming accessories.
Spotless ideas for a better bathroom
View of bathroom with RAGRUND towel rack chair displaying books and magazines, bamboo bowls filled with soaps on surface.Three IKEA sinks in a row, each one with toothbrushes, soap caddy and towel hooks.Close-up of a garland of flowers around a bathroom mirrorIs the loo your homes unofficial library? Make it official! Try a couple of stationery organisers on the wall for magazines and maybe a notebook for some contemplative thoughts.
Creative ideas to inspire and delight your children
A bookshelf used as a toyhouse and filled with toys. LED strip lights light up each compartment and there is blind hanging over the front at the top with windows cut into it. There is a child’s desk and lamp to the left. Close-up of a building made from egg boxes and cardboard, decorated with IKEA wrapping paper.A homework corner in the living room showing a desk, a chair and wall cabinets from IKEA.Kids’ shared bedroom. Two IKEA beds in an L-shape with fabric room divider between them.Two young boys and a girl hold up handmade trophies while standing behind a makeshift podium in the corner of a room. Bedroom with a blackboard wall and IKEA storage holding lots of colourful paints.
Ideas for making the most of the space you have
Create an open-close toy storage solution in your living room using an old wardrobe that’s also got space for drawing, painting and creating. Create easy extra storage for books on a shelf above your window.A children’s room with pine furniture and lots of building blocksCan a family of four live comfortably in just 30 square metres? Yes. If you make the most of every square inch. A kitchen wall cabinet filled with old records.
Tricks and tips for personalising your home
GADDIS basket by lacing it with vine-like greenery, pinecones, and other natural elements.Picture of Agnes taping book pages on a wallDecorated VÄTE lamps hang above white dining room table and yellow chairs.A picture of shelves with a painted wall behindcookie cutters spray-painted gold and hung from a simple branch
Ways to light up your life
LED candles in jars along a window sillA cosy balcony with lit LED lighting chains, a canopy, lanterns with lit candles and a sofa filled with cushions and sheepskin rugs.Bright ideas for the bedroomView of balcony garden with SKUV LED fairy lights, IKEA PS VAGO white easy chairs, grey throws, stripe rug, lanterns and candles.Display of a yellow cardboard box, a white work lamp, pictures in pink and grey, a yellow clock, quilt cover set in grey/yellow/orange, brown mugs and a white storage box, all from IKEA.
Inspiring ideas with textiles
Feeling crafty? Put those DIY skills and creativity to work! Floral patterns are a big deal right now, so double up with this homemade vase cover.Personalise your lazying about space by sewing your own mattress covers using your favourite metre fabric. Create a cocoon in the corner of your living room using textiles, soft lighting and calming accessories.A cosy balcony with lit LED lighting chains, a canopy, lanterns with lit candles and a sofa filled with cushions and sheepskin rugs.Living room with a couch and DIY curtains
Ideas for getting a home office that works
  Angled view down the corridor of the bed area, IKEA wardrobes and workspace.   Desk in front of a panel of wood holding IKEA wall pockets and noticeboard.    A dorm room with a bed, light blue painted chest of drawers, desk and storage. There are curtains across the entire back wall with shelving behind and a red and white striped blind across the window.A dining setting with two orange tables and white chairs and a green pendant lamp above.Sticking to neutral colours and black and white means your home office style is longer lasting.