The IKEA disassembly guides are part of the company’s pledge to lower its carbon footprint and champion sustainability.
The hard process of moving your IKEA favorite pieces is coming to an end.
The new IKEA disassembly guides have a clear goal: to help you keep your furniture longer as you move through different homes. The guides follow the pattern and logic of the famous IKEA assembly guides, with detailed instructions alongside numbers that let you know in which order to best proceed when taking your furniture apart.
For the moment, six guides are available to help you disassemble some of IKEA’s most iconic items: the BILLY bookshelves, the MALM desk, the POÄNG chair, the BRIMNES sofa, the PAX closet and, the sofa-bed LYCKSELE.
“Sustainability is at the heart of everything we do at IKEA and we remain committed to introducing new ways to promote circular consumption, in order to help meet our goal of becoming a fully circular and climate positive business by 2030, in addition to making sustainable living accessible and affordable to all,” explains Hege Sæbjørnsen, country sustainability manager at IKEA UK & Ireland.
It is not the first major move IKEA takes towards sustainability and lowering its carbon footprint. Last year, the Swedish company retired its legendary paper catalog after 70 years.
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