IKEA sale sees prices on more  than 700 products slashed

By up to 20%.

Furniture giant IKEA has launched a massive sale, slashing prices on over 700 products by up to 20%. Some of the brand’s most popular ranges including BRIMNES, HEMNES and PAX are among the key items selected for a price overhaul, but you can also pick up a bargain in the lighting, dining and kitchen department. 

IKEA Australia selling manager Ainslie Woodham says the price cuts are a direct response to customers’ cost of living concerns. “We know how tough Australians are doing it,” she says. “The cost of living and affordability is more important than ever as many Australian face rising costs and increased inflation.” 

These products are just the latest in a long line of 2500 items that have already had their prices reviewed, and lowered. Earlier this year, the furniture retailer launched IKEA Kreativ, an app that allows you to visualise products in your home and design an entire space (to scale) at the touch of a button.

7 reasons we’re heading into IKEA this weekend


Lohals flatwoven rug

From $169, IKEA

It’s well known among stylists that a sisal rug can work wonders. The natural fibres add warmth and the rustic weave is textural and interesting. Some can cost a fortune, but IKEA’s Lohal’s rug is an affordable cult-favourite. Lohals flatwoven rug was originally priced at $199, but now you can get it for $169. 

Savings: $30


Kallax shelving unit (77x147cm) 

From $99, IKEA

I’ve been looking for one of these on Facebook Marketplace for months, but every time I get close to nabbing one at a bargain price, the seller goes quiet and the item is marked ‘sold’. But with IKEA slashing the price I’m tempted to give up the chase. This shelving unit has many uses: for kids’ toy storage, as a stylish, customisable credenza or even as a bookshelf. This Kallax shelving unit was $119 but is now $99.

Savings: $30


Kivik chaise longue in gunnared beige

From $700, IKEA

Want to create more nooks in your home? Then start with a comfy place to sit! The Kivik chaise longue is perfect for days curled up binging your favourite Netflix series or putting your feet up with an engrossing new book. The beige colourway is extremely versatile and easy to style, but if it’s not your thing, you can also pick this up in light green, medium grey, turquoise, blue, dark green and more. This chaise longue was $800 but is now $700.

Savings: $100


Stjarnbracka duvet, warm

From $59,  IKEA

Winter is coming … is your duvet enough to keep the shivers at bay? If not, this warm quilt filled with a combination of lyocell and polyester will keep you snug and warm. Previously this duvet was $69, now $59.

Savings: $10


Humlemott throw in blue/grey

From $29, IKEA

Up the cosiness factor of your bedroom or living room with a cosy throw rug so beautiful you can keep it casually draped and on display during the cooler months. Not only is this throw super affordable, you can also feel good knowing it’s made from 100% recycled polyester fibres. Previously the Humlemott throw was $39, now $29.

Savings: $10


Pax/Flisberget wardrobe in light beige

From $620, IKEA

Is your home severely lacking storage for clothing? Give your wardrobe a chic upgrade with the freestadngin Pax in white/light beige. This wardrobe can be customised to suit your storage needs, so make sure to jump online and try the Pax planning tool. Was $755, now available for $620.

Savings: $135


Kolbjorn indoor/outdoor cabinet in brown-red

From $99, IKEA

So you’ve decluttered your garden but now you’re realising you own a lot of gardening stuff that just doesn’t have a place … yet. The Kolbjorn cabinet is durable, spacious and gives you plenty of space to store outdoor decor, gardening supplies, maybe even pet food? The striking brown/red colour will add a touch of fun to any outdoor space, but if it clashes with your decor, it’s also available in beige. This cabinet was $140, now $99.

Savings: $41

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