Genius! The service is perfect for renters or those looking to renovate down the track, meaning they can have furniture that suits particular rooms for the period of time they need it.
It’s also great for homeowners trying to work out awkward spaces in their houses or apartments, so you can decide what furniture works without committing to buying.
It’s believed IKEA are hoping to bring in a younger crowd with the new service as well as drive traffic in store.
‘We will work together with partners so you can actually lease your furniture,’ IKEA’s Torbjorn Loof told the Financial Times.
‘When the leasing period is over, you hand it back and you might lease something else. And instead of throwing those away, we refurbish them a little and we could sell them, prolonging the life cycle of the products.’