IKEA sells some fantastic furniture and home furnishings, but they do have a bit of a blind spot when it comes to heating. While lighting is very well covered, the Scandinavian retail giant doesn’t offer anything when it comes to heating your home.
So, once you’ve decorated your home in stylish, affordable IKEA furnishings, how do you find an electric fire that doesn’t look out of place? By having a read through this list, that’s how!
The Ezee Glow WH2 Lara sits in precisely the same part of the market as IKEA goods: it’s beautifully designed and available at an affordable price.
Indeed, it costs just £139. Even installation sounds IKEA-inspired: just four screws and a mounting bracket and you’re good to go. Find out more.
As we’ve established, IKEA don’t do electric fires but if they did we have no doubt they would do wall hung electric fires just like this one.
The Dimplex Bizet features a suitably contemporary design, which can be hung on the wall or fitted into a recess. It’s priced at £232.50. Find out more.
3. Dimplex MicroFire Red
When you think of the IKEA design aesthetic, you think minimalism, functionality and mid-century styling. This little MicroFire ticks all three boxes.
Despite its unassuming stature, it is capable of producing a heat output of up to 1.5kW. Ideal if you’ve got a smaller space of if you’re home is decked out in late-1960s to early-1970s inspired decor.
Have you gone down the country living or shabby chic route that is a feature of many IKEA ranges? If so, a stove might be the perfect item to complete the look.
If a real woodburner isn’t an option, this Dimplex Club electric stove is the next best thing. At £146.92, it’s a much more affordable option. Find out more.
Do you need to combine IKEA decor with a traditional fireplace? Look no further than the Dimplex Adagio, which is priced at £306.
With its sleek lines and stainless steel finish, it brings a modern touch to inset electric fires. Find out more.
Very similar to the Ezee Glow fire we featured above, except that his one boasts a curved black fascia.
It’s really down to personal preference as to whether the flat or curved version is most suited to your home. This one costs £146. Both come with ambient backlighting, which allows you to set your fire to warm orange, cool blue or a moody mauve. Find out more.