Home furnishing specialist IKEA for your entire home furnishing needs

IKEA offers everything under one roof; everything you need to complete your home. With furniture like sofas, beds, tables, wardrobes to soft furnishings like curtains, bedsheets, towels, and rugs to any accessories for your kitchen, bedroom and bathroom to lightings, vases, plants, posters, frames and more.

The IKEA store at Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya is painted with the signature colours of blue and yellow, has two shopping floors and two floors with a very user-friendly car park. Sprawled across 36,000 sq. meters, it's more than four times bigger than the previous store, and has over 6,500 products making you spoilt with choices.

All that space means that visitors to IKEA can whet their interior decorating appetites on more than 50 roomsets. These roomsets feature functional and realistic home furnishing ideas using its wide range of products.

Apart from the roomsets, IKEA has fully furnished Homes built according to the layout of apartments and terrace homes in the Malaysian market. The Homes feature furnishing ideas from the porch to the living room right up to the kitchen, and feature in many different style to suit your personal needs and budget.

The IKEA store is designed for more customer-convenience. As IKEA is the place for the whole family to spend a day out, we want to make it a safe, easy-to-find, and pleasant experience. This stand-alone IKEA store has many facilities which are in-line with our family-friendly theme.

Parents can safely leave their kids at the fun and exciting 186 sq m Småland or ‘magic forest'. Equipped with first-aid kits and storage, the playland is inspired by the Swedish forest where the founder of IKEA was born. A maximum of 80 kids can play in Småland. Children will participate in activities such as carpentry and simple tasks. Alternatively, there are more than 10 playhouses located throughout the store, near IKEA co-workers, so that children can safely play while their parents are shopping.

It's food galore at IKEA. There is a 480-seater restaurant, serving new additions to the mouth-watering Swedish meatballs, including a vegetarian dish and a local menu that changes daily. For a quick bite, the Exit Café located after the Checkouts continues its tradition of delightful hotdogs and curry puffs. But you're in for a treat, for those who have a hankering for Swedish cuisine, check out the added array of imported goodies at the Swedish Speciality Shop next to the Exit Café.

The car park has more than 2,000 parking bays, and is designed to be well lit and safe. To make it even easier for customers, drive your car to the pick-up area and IKEA co-workers will help load your goods into cars. Other great facilities include lifts for the disabled, nursing rooms, wide car parks for those with prams or wheelchairs. There are separate prayer rooms for male and female, a first for IKEA.

As most of IKEA furniture is flat-packed, customers can choose to bring home their furniture themselves on the same day. Or they can opt for Home Delivery service, which has extended their coverage from Klang Valley to Putrajaya, Cyberjaya, Kajang & Bangi. So customers need not worry if they want to buy that huge furniture. Sewing service is also available; find out more about this service after the checkout cashiers.

With IKEA it's not just shopping, it's a day out for the whole family!