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IKEA’s Plan and Order point opens in Sligo, the retailer’s first shop in the North West


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It is the retailer’s sixth Plan and Order Point in Ireland, with another three planned to open within the next year.

This marks a significant milestone as IKEA establishes its first-ever presence in the northwest of the country.

The new Plan and Order Point is opened its doors at 9am on Friday. It is located in The Canopy, Sligo’s newest shopping destination, which last year underwent a €1 million rebrand and makeover.

IKEA’s Plan and Order Points are specialised outlets, designed to provide customers with bespoke kitchen and wardrobe planning services. At these locations, customers can access in-depth home furnishing advice and expertise, assisting them in designing, purchasing, and installing their ideal kitchens, bedrooms, and other IKEA home furnishings.

The Sligo store will showcase six different kitchens, two PAX wardrobe solution, have a home furnishing planning area, and an appliance studio. Customers will be able to drop-in or book an appointment to start their design with one of the four IKEA design specialists working in the store.

IKEA co-workers celebrate the opening of its sixth Plan and Order Point in Ireland at The Canopy Shopping Centre in Sligo. This innovative service provides customers with a free, personalised, one-on-one consultation with IKEA’s experienced design team, who will help guide them in planning their dream kitchen, bedroom, living room or wardrobe. Customers can book their appointments online at Pic: James Connolly

Products can then be ordered from across the full IKEA range for delivery direct to the customer’s home or a location of their choice. Appointments can be made online via the IKEA website.

Martyn Allan, Market Manager, IKEA Ireland, said: “We are thrilled to introduce a slice of Swedish design and affordable home solutions to new areas of Ireland, where we haven’t previously been physically present. Our Plan and Order Points are the perfect spot to craft your dream kitchen without breaking the bank, offering a 25-year guarantee on all kitchens.

“Beyond kitchen planning, these locations serve as an ideal hub for assisting individuals who live a distance from our Ballymun store, whether they’re looking to order a new sofa, wardrobe, or any other IKEA product.”

The introduction of a Plan and Order Point in Sligo follows the successful launch of IKEA’s first such outlet in Naas in 2021, and subsequent openings in Cork, Drogheda, Carlow, and the St. Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre in Dublin.

The Canopy (formerly Johnston Court Shopping Centre, Sligo) said: “We’re delighted to welcome IKEA Plan and Order Point to The Canopy as their hub for the North West. As part of the centre’s imagination, we hope this addition to Sligo brings exciting new possibilities for those designing and furnishing their homes.”

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