In my books, that seems a good enough reason to get each other IKEA themed Valentine’s Day gifts. Right?
I found some really cute (and funny) Valentine’s Day gift ideas on Etsy and Amazon, bound to make your significant other’s heart flutter or melt, or both.
Valentine’s Day Gift Guide for the IKEA lover
First, this is not your traditional list of Valentine’s gifts peppered with candies, gourmet chocolates and scented candles. It’s an IKEA list, so there is always going to be some humor, some tongue-in-cheek but all at an affordable price point. For some items, self-assembly may be required.
Second, some of these gifts can be customised — with names, location, sizes, etc. Make the present as unique and as thoughtful as you want it to be. Have fun shopping.
You can’t go wrong with items made out of the beloved IKEA blue bag. Here’s a messenger bag that looks like a versatile carry all. Or this mini tote which is awesome case for lip balm or Airpods and can be personalised with your name or any other phrase.
Hand-drawn emoji stickers to express just how you feel. Add this collection of stickers to a classic Moleskine journal for many organized and fruitful days to come. The Bullet Journal Method is a wonderful place to start.
You and your partner passed the ultimate relationship test: IKEA. Going to the massive store and not finding the thing you came for? You laugh it off. Assembling IKEA furniture? A cinch. Is there anything else you two can’t overcome? C’mon give each other a bow.
Pair any of these cards with a meaningful gift or nestled within a beautiful bouquet.
All gifts are available at the time of publication. However, Etsy is a handmade marketplace and availability may be limited. So if you hit an “item sold out” listing, hit the search button and find the next unique Valentine’s Day gift on the list.
Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links to Etsy and Amazon. That means if you buy after clicking the links, I get a small affiliate commission. It does not change the price or your experience on the retailer’s site in any way.
Jules Yap started IKEAHackers.net in 2006 as a personal blog to showcase the most impressive IKEA hacks from all over the world. Since then, she has learned a lot more about power tools and DIY. Her site has helped thousands modify IKEA furniture with step-by-step tutorials, craft projects and home styling.