According to the company’s statement, IKEA aims to be even more accessible to customers and help them create a better everyday life as close to their homes.
Ágnes Szabó, IKEA Budaörs store manager, said that they are confident that they can provide relevant advice to help people furnish their homes. Their expert interior design colleagues can help customers use the available space with personalized ideas, solutions, and advice. Customers can also view some of the products and decorations on-site.
The studio will offer the opportunity for customers to request assistance with the online shopping process and to have the products ordered delivered to the nearest Pick-up Point or directly to their homes.
Preparations for the opening of the studio and the recruitment process have already started. The opening date has yet to be made public.