Today I am going to take you to do a little shopping with me in IKEA Berlin.
Guys, look at this cute little desk. In 2021 we work from home and we want to have a comfortable corner for that.
Those vases are easy on the eye and, oh yeah, this blanket is super soft.
Have a look at this bedroom. Ok, I dont know who placed here this massive trash bin, but the bed itself… If it doesn’t give you a comfy feeling, I don’t know what will. Here is a simple corner with a classical KALLAX shelf, which you can find in any student dormitory. But hey, check out a denim throw pillow. Hell yeah!
Next, we go to the bathroom showroom. Not too bad, not too… wait, what? Hahaha, guys, it says in German “Dear IKEA guests. Our toilets you will find in the restaurant and behind the cashiers”. Oh boy, I wonder if someone used that one…
Well, the bathroom design is pretty common for any German apartment, but I like the mirror with the light.
Oh, I look alright today! Come on Dennis, work on camera!
Guys, I am in love with these panels. You can hang here anything you want, from pictures, cookbooks, boxes, wall clocks, to wall decor.
I think it’s a great solution for the kitchen.
Now, let’s leave the showrooms and go downstairs for the goodies. Old price 19.99, now 2.99 EUR. Fake round plants FEJKA. Nice, but not my style.
Here you go, another Berlin-themed item. FRUKTKULTUR tray for only 1 EUR.
I absolutely love rugs. Although, I don’t have them at home, because I have a dog, who tends to throw up on the rug the day I buy one. But look at those cuties. Love the pattern of the TORRILD rug for 39,99 EUR. Up next, a massive discount. A rug ALLRUM for 99 EUR. The old price was 249 EUR. Handmade. 170 to 240 cm. Up next, another handmade rug KÖPENHAMN for 159 EUR. Uuuuf, love the colour. And finally, this is my favourite one for its pattern, a rug RESENSTAD for 299 EUR. Oooh, that’s a lot, but also handmade.
I always wanted to have one of these for my bathroom, to put, I don’t know, toilet papers for example. Ok, it is called GOTTERN and the price… where is the price? Here you go, 12.99 EUR. Taking it.
You just look at this box made of recycling paper FÖRÄNDRING. Loving it! Taking it, too! Oh, the last one for 1.99 EUR.
Okay, that canister-looking light is hideous. And made of plastic. Wow, IKEA, you can do better than that!
Oooh, look at this sexy thing. Love this floor lamp KNIXHULT for 49.99 EUR. It would create nice shadows and beautiful warm light at home. Ideal for the bedroom.
Ok, this one I am going to buy. I need a new bedside table lamp that makes this calming blue light. And look at this! GRÖNÖ costs only 5.99 EUR. And now it is mine.
This design I like. Gives me the camping feel. The lamp TÄRNABY costs 19.99 EUR. Beautiful.
Oh, another sexy lamp! I don’t know what is it with this particular style that makes my heart skip one bit. And this one looks like one lamp inside another one. BÖJA for 34.99 EUR.
Love the pink Dala Horse. Swedish tradition.
And here are again Berlin-themed posters and wall clocks.
Another home decor item in the shape of a Swedish traditional Dala horse. These are heavy. I might try to make one from concrete.
This bicycle as home decor is so cute. Just have a look. Isn’t it cute? LINDRANDE for 7.99 EUR.
KRINGGÅ set of 4 tiny vases are also reduced from 12.99 to 1.99 EUR.
Look at this, guys. This wooden tray is so amazing. Could be used as a tray or as a decor piece. SAKLIG for 14.99 EUR.
Up next, white jugs GODTAGBAR for 12.99 EUR. Right next to them are the trays made of recycled paper and painted blue FÖRÄNDRING for 1.79.
Let me touch this jug. Beautiful texture, looks like it is handmade, but it is not. Up next, the small Greek-colours vases HULTET for 4.99.
Now, what’s that HANDSKALAD for 9.99? Oh, the wooden hand. Poor Pinocchio. High five!
And this is something I respect IKEA for. In recent years they do make a lot of efforts to contribute to sustainability. So when I see the items made of recycling materials, such as the series FÖRÄNDRING, which means CHANGE, it makes my heart melt.
And that was it for today! I hope you enjoy shopping with me but before I say goodbye, check this out. Berlin has strict rules to dine indoors and one requires a negative test, therefore, IKEA set up a small booth outside, where you can buy your favourite KÖTTBULAR meatballs. And they called it STREETBULLAR. How cool is that?
But, if you still want to go to the IKEA restaurant, you can get your fast test done right here as well. Free of charge. Just wait 15 minutes and you are good to go. Finally, don’t forget to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE to my channel on YouTube if you like my content. I publish DIY and UPCYCLING videos every Sunday.
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