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IKEA NORTH LAKES ARE ON A MISSION!

By Chloe Boswell

IKEA NORTH LAKES ON A MISSION TO HELP QUEENSLANDERS LIVE A MORE SUSTAINABLE EVERYDAY LIFE

IKEA invite you to take a first look at a new concept for IKEA Australia, which has just launched at IKEA North Lakes. The first home of its kind for IKEA Australia, the Sustainability Home has been designed to both inspire and educate Queenslander’s about ways they can live a more sustainable everyday life, with tips and ideas on how to reduce energy and waste across every area of the home.

  • They’re committing to a renewable range: 60% of the IKEA range is made from renewable materials, while almost 10% is made of recycled materials. By 2030, they will switch to only use renewable and recyclable materials in the range.
  • They’ll ‘buy back’ your furniture when you no longer need it: Customers can get an estimate online for their items and bring them back to the store to reduce landfill.
  • Shine bright with smart lights: Controlled through an app on your phone & saving energy every day.
  • Fighting food waste: Food waste is a major issue in Australia with approximately $4000 worth of groceries going to waste each year. The sustainable home showcases easy and smart food storage, keeping your food fresher for longer and avoiding them ending up in landfill.
  • Tapping into water saving: You can save up to 40L per day just by turning off the tap while brushing your teeth! This home will show you other ways to minimize water wastage.

At IKEA & Ray White, we believe that little things can make a big difference!

Visit the store to find out more located at Westfield North Lakes.

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