We’re Giving Away A Five Hundred Dollar IKEA Voucher To Help You Get That Dream Kitchen

byBlake Kelleway
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Spring – what a magical time of the year.

The winter doldrums are in the rear window, the sun is shining and you can start putting this horrible year behind you.

Which means spring cleaning, and for some, spring renovating!

And to help you get in the spring renovation spirit we’ve teamed up with Swedish furniture and home accessories heroes IKEA for a giveaway of Nordic proportions.

This season IKEA are rocking seven awesome kitchen fit out ideas, and we’re giving away a $500 voucher to help you pick one for your home.

To win, simply head to the below Instagram post and let us know in the comments which of the seven you’d prefer! T&Cs here.


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The winner will be selected at random and announced on Friday October 23, and for a more in-depth breakdown of each of the seven options, read on below and head to the IKEA KITCHENS WEBSITE.


The RINGHULT kitchen door fronts in high-gloss white foil give a smooth and practical surface that is resistant to moisture and staining, and it’s easy to clean.

A modern, bright, and airy kitchen with wooden details, it has a sleek, stainless steel sink for a trendy look, and wooden details to add warmth to the room.

More info here!


The LERHYTTAN drawer front has a distinct traditional character, with a solid wood frame with bevelled edges and an inset veneer panel. LERHYTTAN creates a cosy kitchen with rustic charm.

More info here!


The KUNGSBACKA is a modern kitchen door with a 45-degree chamfer at the top and bottom that enhances the horizontal lines in your kitchen. It’s made from recycled wood and covered with a plastic foil made from recycled PET bottles. This reduces waste and gives the plastic a new use. The foil surface is impact-resistant, easy to care for and keep clean.

More info here!


The BODBYN door has a frame and a bevelled panel that give it a distinct, traditional character. Soft grey brings a touch of sophisticated colour to your kitchen. Lacquered doors are smooth and seamless, resistant to moisture and staining.

More info here!


Produced in factories using renewable electricity and featuring a foil made of recycled PET bottles, the BODARP doors in matte grey-green create an open and welcoming kitchen with a modern twist.

This BODARP kitchen both radiates and contributes to a more environmentally conscious lifestyle thanks to recycled materials, a water-saving sensor tap, and an energy-efficient induction hob.

More info here!


The VOXTORP is a smooth door with integrated handles, bringing clean lines and an open, modern look to your kitchen. The depth of the handle makes it easy to open and close the door.

More info here!


The BODBYN door has a frame and a bevelled panel that give it a distinct, traditional character. Creamy off-white brings a bright, warm touch to the kitchen, with lacquered doors that are smooth and seamless, resistant to moisture and staining and very easy to keep clean.

Here’s a kitchen that is traditional in style, yet modern in function. Vitrine glass cabinets are stylish and provide plenty of storage, while small details — like deep sinks and doorknobs — help complete a homey look.

More info here!

All kitchens come with 50 months interest free finance on total purchases over $5000 and a 25-year guarantee.

 Head to IKEA KITCHENS for more info, and follow IKEA Australia on INSTAGRAM.