Have you heard of Ikea Besta? This is a new collection of furniture units that serve as storage space. They are intended for the wall and must be attached to it.
Drawers and doors are particularly modern. They close gently and quietly thanks to the special “soft-closing” function. Another very modern feature of Besta Ikea units is that they are very versatile. They can be combined and decorated in many different ways. Besta Ikea units can be placed anywhere.
Ikea Besta shelf with doors in pink
Besta storage with doors
All this doesn’t sound so new, does it? We are talking about the basic principles that Ikea has been working according to in recent years anyway. Yes, that’s probably true. And with every new model, it works all the better, both aesthetically and functionally. We have no choice but to demonstrate this to you using visual examples.
See with your own eyes what difference it makes to choose Besta Ikea units instead of the earlier models.
TV cabinet with glass doors
TV bench with drawers
Besta TV wall
Create extra storage space
A voluminous block on the wall
Let’s start with ideas for small spaces. By the way, the unprocessed colored units are just right for such an ambiance. You could build a voluminous square from the Besta Ikea units. The design is created according to the new trends and the storage space contained in it is particularly large. Nevertheless, the units do not reduce the size of the room. Thanks to the simple lines and designs, they disappear visually into the wall. The white Besta Ikea units with a glossy surface are particularly suitable for a very modern minimalist room, such as one in Scandinavian style.
Besta Ikea units in living space
Blue sideboard hanging on the wall of wood
The warmth of the wood at Ikea Besta units is well accentuated
The Besta units are available in different textures. In addition to the white shelf units with lacquered surfaces, there are also models for those who enjoy rustic touches in interior design. You can choose the Besta Ikea shelves with a brown wood finish.
Bench with integrated storage area
Take a look around and consider where else you could use a seat unit. What about a bench seat under the window? Or perhaps you still have space in the hallway that you could use?
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Furniture for the attic room
Turning Besta Ikea shelving units into a wall unit
The Besta Ikea units can be used functionally in many different ways. You could make a wonderful wall unit out of them. It has all the advantages of the typical furniture designed for this purpose and at the same time offers a lot of storage space.
Wall Design Ideas with Wall Cabinets
A chest of drawers
Do you need a chest of drawers that also looks very representative? The Besta Ikea units can always be made into something like this.
Combining floating shelving units with shelf units positioned on the floor
Here are some ideas that make the room appear particularly comfortable. You can place two rows of Ikea shelves on top of each other on the floor. One or one and a half meters above, you can place a floating row of the same type of units. In between, there is a niche, which you can use as a showcase. You could place various objects there and illuminate them wonderfully.
TV set wall right at the bottom
Complete wall with IKEA Besta units
You can cover an entire wall with IKEA Besta units. In a smaller room, we would opt for the neutral white models. Any other textures would fit more space.
IKEA Besta wall cabinets
In both cases, the design ensures a seamless appearance. You get all the necessary items and still have a modern and widely published space.
Middle of the room
Do you need extra help on the zoning of the area? If Yes, then you could do wonderful units by the IKEA Besta. What’s their positioning behind the sofa?
Original interior design ideas
The examples with Besta IKEA units show how only thanks to its many different opportunities. Think now also to the variety of colors and textures to… Where would you use because at home the Besta IKEA units for themselves?
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