IKEA’s Home Makeover Series Is Coming Back for More Episodes & Here Are Some Of the Best Transformations From Past Seasons

published Feb 25, 2018
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The IKEA Home Squad is back and ready to makeover some spaces. For the fourth season of their home tour YouTube series, the Swedish retailer sent a team of employees to help customers with projects, and if you love a good before and after, you’ll want to tune in.

If you didn’t know the retail giant had a home show, allow us to catch you up: a team of IKEA experts hits the road to help people solve real home furnishing challenges, big and small, and transform their living spaces. Projects vary from closet organization to living room style upgrades to bedroom makeovers. The Squad, hand-selected IKEA team members from across the country that specialize in everything from home design to organization to sustainability, will help the homeowners complete the projects.

The retailer just revealed this month that the season four Squad is coming to transform homes across the Northeast. In addition to the episodes on YouTube, the designers will be sharing updates on social media using the hashtag #IKEAHomeTour. While we’re waiting for those new episodes, let’s look back at some amazing past projects.

The storage the team was able to add in this 500 square foot home’s living room is impressive. Our favorite solutions are the dog corner that keeps all of the pet products contained, and the genius tip for using a roller shade as a projection screen!

In this episode, the Squad tackles a tricky problem: creating a bedroom that works for both a mom and her daughter. The lofted bed and added storage turns the formerly underutilized space into a sanctuary.

Expecting not one but three babies, these parents’ empty nursery needed to be ready for triple duty. The Squad squeezed in three cribs, a changing table, and a ton of storage into the smallish space.