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The 2016 IKEA Catalogue celebrates life in and around the kitchen
September 1, 2015, 3:14 pm

The 2016 IKEA Catalogue is filled with new product choices, home furnishing inspirations and smart solutions for every area of the home. This year, IKEA celebrates life in and around the kitchen and all the moments in between.

The kitchen, once primarily a place only for traditional cooking, has today taken on a multipurpose role as a place for many of our in-home activities. Specifically in a country like Kuwait, the kitchen is a place where people entertain their families and friends, where children can tackle their homework and school projects; where hobbies come to life and where people gather to celebrate life’s special moments.

As always, the catalogue is designed to inspire readers with IKEA’s home furnishing knowledge, tips and ideas, and tells the story of how little things can make a big difference in our everyday life. Life at home is crucial for and often the little things make all the difference. People love to spend time in and around the kitchen and when it works well for them, they have the energy to do the little things that really matter. The IKEA Catalogue focuses on everything from growing, cooking, serving and storing food.

The new catalogue reflects these sentiments by incorporating the theme into the cover page aptly by illustrating a magical moment between a father and son in the kitchen. Within the catalogue pages are many beautiful and affordable IKEA solutions for growing, cooking, serving and storing food, including IKEA kitchen systems, appliances, cookware, tableware and accessories geared to help make the most out of your food activities. These solutions allow people to focus on the tiny, magical moments that take place in and around the heart of the home.

The 324-page IKEA catalogue distributed in over 410,000 homes across Kuwait provides tips and ideas on seizing and amplifying that perfect moment with your family, with simple solutions that cater for different spaces, unique tastes and individual needs.

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