Summer is here, and you might be thinking of making some decorations and upgrading your personal space. But don’t worry, you can give your home’s interiors a good makeover without spending too much time or money!
IKEA’s design experts have come together to give you some top tips to help you out!
Summery scents are calling your name at our IKEA stores!
We love ourselves a good candle that keeps a space smelling amazing, and we know you do too.
That’s why IKEA has a whole range of scents and candle holders that suit different styles and needs.
Invest in a colourful, bright rug that will act as the focal point of your foyer.
Match it to a few of the colourful outdoor objects that you have and watch the space suddenly jump with colour.
Summer is even better with fairy lights. And this is your chance to make your backyard look fancy and elegant.
These lights will set the ambience, rather than play a part as a task light.
You have a full range to choose from at IKEA, multi-coloured to neutral lights with different blink settings.
New bathroom curtains
Brighten up your bathroom for the summer with a fun shower curtain with summer themed patterns.
This is a fairly inexpensive way to give your bathroom a refreshed vibe.
Lots of flowers
Real or fake, flowers add life to the interiors of your home.
Pick your favourites and let their vibrant colours and smells put you in the perfect summer mood.
Outdoor dining setup
If you have space outside, or even a large enough balcony, set up a table where you can take your dinners outside on nights when it’s not too warm.
There’s something special about a relaxed dinner outdoors – no reason why it summer should be any different!
Shake off the heavy covers and textiles from the winter and opt for some light, summer-themed covers and duvet. Make sure the material is comfortable to sleep on as summer nights can get a bit hot.
For all those summer parties and get-togethers, give your food something to orbit around.
Depending on your style and aesthetic, you can create a table centrepiece with candles, handmade objects, flower vases or even seashells.
You can also include lots of natural materials you’ve collected on your trips abroad.