On Monday morning, IKEA Adelaide launched their new kitchen system METOD, a range that gives you more choice in styles and functionality.
METOD (pronounced Meh-tood) allows homeowners to design their own kitchen exactly how they want it, creating flexible and affordable solutions that are personalised and practical.
Christopher Lang, Kitchen and Dining Manager at IKEA Adelaide says the METOD modular design has endless possibilities.
“The simple METOD building block approach lets you create thousands of different combinations of frames, doors, drawers and organisers to suit your budget and home.”
“The new system allows you to put drawers anywhere you like. They don’t even have to be visible, and with smart interior organisers you can create the perfect home for every kitchen item,” he says.
Now available in store and online, METOD is a one of a kind kitchen design. Head down to IKEA and check out the in store displays.
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