Check out the IKEA house plan that’s 621 square feet. Everyone seemed to love our first 376 square foot IKEA floorplan article so much that we decided to bring you more.
This small house is almost twice the size as the first one!
And once again IKEA shows how you can get a whole lot of living in a very small space. You’ll get great IKEA storage ideas as well. FYI…just cuz a lot of you have asked, I don’t sell IKEA floorplans. I just took these pictures at our IKEA store.
We like to start out by showing you the actual floor plan so you can get a visual as we walk through the different IKEA rooms.
This particular small house has a nice open living, kitchen, dining area.. along with two bedrooms and one bath.
There’s even a washer and dryer in the bath so you don’t have to leave the house to do laundry.
Cozy living room with a comfy sofa which could definitely be a sleeper sofa for overnight guests.
Obviously you’re going to enjoy your smaller house better if you’re organized. One of the great things about IKEA is that they have storage solutions for every room in the house.
This is an absolutely gorgeous kitchen, small house or not. I am hooked on the white subway tile, and the glossy 4×4 tile that is featured in this IKEA kitchen.
Perfectly workable dining room for four. Again notice the storage. Remember you can always go up with storage with you’re trying to use your space most effectively.
Lovely IKEA master bedroom. I don’t know why I didn’t think to take a picture of the storage in this room, but if you’ll refer back to the floor plan, you’ll see that an entire wall is devoted to storage in this bedroom.
And of course you can see the storage over the bed in this picture.
Here is the small IKEA bath complete with double sinks and even a washer and dryer.
They managed to squeeze in a secondary bedroom in this tiny 621 square foot home. You could do bunk beds for a much more efficient use of space in this kids room.
Three areas of storage here.. The storage closet, underneath the bed storage.. and shelves at the very top near the ceiling. Imagine the efficiency of this small bedroom if it had a bunkbed with storage underneath? Plus it would look much more streamlined than with a plastic box under the bed. Hey, how about the night light?