This charming 581 square foot one bedroom duplex apartment in Malmö, Sweden has a spacious IKEA kitchen and a cozy loft bedroom.
This modern tiny house was built to accommodate tall people. The tiny home is 21′ long with a 6′ 8″ ceiling at the entry. The rest of the house is 8′ 6″ wide and 13′ 3″ high with 130 sq. ft. of space plus a sleeping loft. The interior has stained pine flooring and maple plywood ceiling, and the exterior is mostly rain-screen siding. Like a regular camper, the house has plumbing with water hook-up underneath. The house is furnished with IKEA furniture, and the kitchen cabinets and countertops made from maple plywood and sealed with linseed oil.
This modern purple and white kitchen design utilizes materials from IKEA to create a stylish small kitchen. The tiny area requires intelligent use of space. The washer is neatly tucked inside the cupboard, and a small fridge under the counter allows more room for cabinets.
Express yourself by using decorating ideas for living rooms from IKEA. You can use splashes of colour to highlight a white background, or go for the neutral classic comfort. Using pillows as decorative elements is an elegant and economical way to create a charming and eclectic living space.
This cozy old wooden house in the Majorna area in Gothenburg, Sweden has been renovated to include a mix and match of antique and IKEA furnishings. The stylish kitchen unit from IKEA is highlighted with an attractive yellow accent. The open stairs and space between floors maybe a challenge for some, but the simplicity of the design is appealing.
This family home in Sweden has a very calm and tranquil white background throughout. The interior design features cheerful colours that highlight the white canvas. The eclectic mix of decorative accessories such as wallpaper from Ralph Lauren, shelves from IKEA, paper lamp by Tord Boontje and a host of other items provide each room with interesting accents.
Freelance Swedish interior designer for IKEA AnnBritt Wallmén created an elegant yet comfortable atmosphere for this apartment in Älmhult, Sweden. The yellow sofa from IKEA set the colour theme for the living room and dining area. Wallmén believes you can mix and match any style, as long as the colour remains the point of harmony, you can mix the 1960’s with 1700’s. You can put an IKEA furniture here and an antique piece from the flea market there, and make the room come alive elegantly.