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IKEA Catalogue 2021: The Handbook For A Better Everyday Life At Home

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This year’s edition of the IKEA catalogue marks its 70th birthday and to help celebrate, it is turned into something that everyone can enjoy and find useful: a handbook for a better everyday life at home!

Life is a series of new starts, sometimes they come when you expect them and just as often, when you don’t. Transitions to what’s next in our everchanging lives require new ways of thinking, new perspectives, new habits, new ideas and new solutions.

That is why this year’s IKEA catalogue is created as a handbook, that feels like a friendly and optimistic problem solver full of smart tips, hands-on ideas and small affordable shifts, rooted in real life at home. It is a way of sharing knowledge, a point of view that a better home creates a better everyday life at home. The handbook is filled with “how to’s” – how creating a better home don’t have to be complicated, expensive or time consuming.

“Life at home has never been as important as it is today. We know that to most people living is synonymous with small space living. It's not always a choice or just a temporary thing. More people have even more limited budgets today. That’s why most of the solutions featured in this year’s catalogue are accessible for people with small budgets and for small spaces” says Caroline Hjertström, Range Communication Manager, IKEA Communications.

The IKEA catalogue 2021 aims to inspire people to live healthier and more sustainable lives at home. “We want to help you get there: one small step, one new habit, one ergonomic pillow, one new recipe, one water saving tap or one new desk for your (home) office” says Caroline.

The IKEA catalogue 2021 is not just a catalogue. It’s content of inspiration and knowledge of life at home. Content for all IKEA online and offline channels, for digital and physical touchpoints.

This 70 year old is still going strong and appreciated for its content. “We are continuing to develop the global marketing channels and at the same time we also create content locally to become even more market relevant with a selection of styles, situations, segments and stories” says Caroline.

"On the path to a better life at home, small steps make a big difference".

Source : IKEA

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31 July 2020

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