IKEA Small Spaces – Small ideas

IKEA Small Spaces – Small ideas

Space – there’s only so much.
And when you run out… That’s it. Or is it? What if you could do
more with the space you have? What if there was
a smarter way to use space? There is. Let’s imagine a room everyone uses.
24 hours a day. It’s a living room. It’s a playroom.
We’d better make it easy to clean up. And if we use this space up here,
it can also be a bedroom. Smart. Stackable stools, drawers
on wheels, a bed up in the air. Small ideas can transform a small
space into a generous space- -that works for everyone. It’s about maximising space – being
a little creative with how you use it. So, what if we get a little
creative with a space like this. Does a living room really need a sofa?
What if we tried something different? There, we just created
a whole wall for storage. And a cosy little nest for two.
Now everyone can do what they want. At the same time.
Together. And being together
is a good thing, right? So, let’s try something
completely different. Here are six friends.
And this is where they live. Together. Why not? With bunk beds,
curtains for privacy- -and a big communal table
to gather around. It can work. To make the most of the space you’ve
got all you need is an open mind. And a few smart, small ideas. It’s about finding
and using hidden spaces- -and choosing furniture
that does more than one thing. And it works. No matter how
much or how little space you have. It’s not about giving up your dreams. It’s about shrinking them,
just a little bit. It’s about making space do more. Even more than you could imagine. And it’s not about waiting.
It’s about doing it today. A dream home doesn’t need to be big…
Just smart. And it’s kind of funny
when you think about it. The space you’ve
been looking for- -it’s been right there. All along.

100 thoughts on “IKEA Small Spaces – Small ideas

  1. 2:10 the sleeping compartments in the room reminds me of the Japanese capsule hotels. Great use of small spaces!

  2. Yea.. why not! shove six adoults into one single room, no body needs privacy.. no body needs to have SEX! thats perfectly normal!!!!

  3. Please introduce IKEA in India. You can choose top cities to start with like Delhi, Mombai, Bengalore, Hyderabad and Chandigarh etc.. We really need your innovation.

  4. Ha, I was about to say you should have filled up the jar with water, looks like you thought of that but decided to save it for the end! XD

  5. Why not. Because some people want to be totally alone in their own room – because they want to play their music loud when others may want to sleep. Because you want to get away from people when you've had a shxxxy day etc etc

  6. The worst bulbs to buy is from IKEA ….. I bought 3 bulbs, 2 of them were damaged after two years and it is supposed to live longer than that ….. And of course, I lost the bill due to the long time. They said they cannot change them for me because I don't have the bill knowing that Ikea name is printed on the box and on the lamp ….

  7. the first one " find a hiding place for that ladder… annoying. they should put that lamp some where else. the couch can fit under the bed and the stool use as a stool you only need 2. the kids have the other 2 . what's up with no end table? at least 1 with a draw. all the furniture moving was stupid. better yet a rope ladder . perfect more space for both the children and parents. also a plush pouf seat is good when being with children. she is going to develop knee problems.

  8. girl with that face and body will never live in this apartment, cuz whatever she does it will lead her to happy life, thats factual truth.

  9. I love how IKEA embraces minimalism as well! I think they're such an amazing company, and it's astonishing what they accomplish

  10. Just stop for a second…….. Picture the world as it is and has been for hundreds of years. We live in BOXES. LITTLE BOXES. We go to school, to work and we go from one little box into another. We work most of the day and our whole lives in order to pay for these boxes. For most people on this earth, it`s all we are working for: Our boxes. Some don`t even get a box or they don`t have the money to pay for it. Now IKEA comes along and tells us how wonderful it can be for 6 people to live in one little tiny box… Meanwhile, some people buy whole estates and they buy BIIIIIIIIIG BOXES with many boxes in them, even their cars have more space than these 6 people in IKEA`s presentation… I think we have to change our way of thinking and it should be for humanity`s benefit, our benefit. Something is going very wrong in our society. Don`t you think? Oh, BTW. I like this video….

  11. The thing with the walk-in-closet: you need twice the space to reach your stuff. You need a walking alley in the closet and a walking alley around the bed.

  12. This works predominantly for ikea not for people in general. What about sound and noices, curtains won't block those and at night the light behind those drapes shows your silhouette, not very private. This is just a marketing commercial and that's ok but don't sell this sugarcoated messages as though you care for smart innovation for people's privacy. Who makes this up, really? sigh….

  13. Oh btw I forgot about the farting part. What about that with curtains and six people. I can smell that rat;-)

  14. 6 people in a Shoe Box… If 1 catches the Flu, Swine Flu, The Clap, Crabs, Thrush, Rabies.. Then you all get it…. 🤪🤪🤪

  15. That whole friend arrangement is fun until you heard your mates fucking in the middle of the night.

  16. No, not really. You have space in emptiness. So put everything in the walls to create this space. When you need a bed, make it comes out of the walls. Same for the kitchen. The living room must come out from the floor. With an elevating system. And the top of the room must offer another space or a view on the sky. Both. I have many ideas… Designers don’ t have. Why ? Not enough creative I suppose…🙄

  17. Ikea plz bring on smart space saving furniture I’ll b the first one to buy my two room house is a mess..

  18. When my mum runs out of space ( as she is a hoarder) she just dumps weird stuff in my cupboards like old towels and bedsheets.

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