IKEA’s new Plan and Order Point opens in Douglas today
The kitchen designers are ready to go.
IKEA’s new Plan and Order Point opens today in the Douglas Village Shopping Centre, Cork.
The focus in the IKEA Cork Plan and Order point is bespoke kitchen and wardrobe designs, although customers will be able to get inspiration and help in planning for any room in their home.
Products can be ordered from across the full IKEA range for delivery direct to the customer’s home or a location of their choice and you can book an appointment to start your design with one of IKEA’s planning specialists or use the handy in-store self-service tools to design your own solution.
“As part of our journey towards becoming more accessible, affordable, and sustainable, we are excited to open our new Plan and Order Point in Douglas Village Shopping Centre in Cork today,” said Martyn Allan, Market Manager in Ireland.
“IKEA fans in Munster have until now had to travel to Dublin to meet us. This new Plan and Order Point means that they instead can meet us to plan kitchens and other areas of their home in their local area. An exciting first step on bringing IKEA closer to our customers in southern Ireland.”
The new unit at Douglas Village Shopping Centre in Cork is the fourth plan and order point to open in Ireland in the past 12 months after the Drogheda, Naas and St Stephen’s Green – with more planned to open by the end of the year.
Appointments to consult with one of IKEA’s interior designers must be made in advance via the online booking system.