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Enjoy Different IKEA Home Setups In This Limited-Time Pop-Up

If you're near Pasay, you're in for a treat!

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Photography: IKEA PH

While waiting for the actual opening of IKEA (we know, we've been waiting for it too), you can get yourself hyped by checking out what they already have in their soon-to-launch online store, or if you're in the Pasay area, you can drop by the Mall of Asia and check out their pop-up. 

The pop-up features different home styles and layouts using your favorite IKEA products, some with a local touch. Here's what you can expect when you drop by: 

Shelving ideas

This living room setup is perfect for small spaces. Having floating shelves which hold neatly stacked storage boxes is a great idea for keeping items that you don't use on a daily basis (just remember to keep a ladder handy):


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Solutions for daily living

The right mix of pieces can easily transform a small space into a multipurpose area, without looking cramped or messy.


Tiny living pegs

Are you living in a small condo? Imagine this setup for a studio unit?—and we're especially loving the customizable pegboard!

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Kitchen basics

Maybe it's high time to transfer the pots and pans you keep in your oven to a proper storage area. Make your kitchen more efficient with these pieces that will help keep things organized.


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Concepts for work and rest

A small work nook in your bedroom can give you the quiet and privacy you need, and it doesn't have to aggressively encroach into your sleeping area.


While you can't purchase anything from the pop up, you can at least get an idea of what items to pick when the store opens. IKEA's pop up will run until September 19, so make sure to drop by soon!

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