Keep the festivities going all winter

Going out is fun, but so is staying in! These two couples have made the most of their New Year’s-at-home by pushing together two sofas, creating a comfy spot for sitting together, chatting, and celebrating the festive season. Here’s how you can make all your winter evenings feel just as cosy, with just a few easy additions and a little extra light.

Two people sit together in two sofas that have been pushed together in the middle of a room, laughing and chatting.
A LERHAMN table is decorated with dinnerware and flowers for a festive meal, with a RÅSKOG trolley at its side.

Picking the perfect table

Small, but perfectly-formed – this festive LERHAMN table is packed tight with tasty treats and bold decorative accessories, with a RÅSKOG trolley there too to handle the overspill. So, even in a small space, everything’s set for the celebration to come!

A green RÅSKOG trolley is packed with things for a party, including glasses, dinnerware and drinks to share.

Ready to roll

Watching the fireworks on the balcony, or curling up on the sofa away from the cold – with a mobile drinks trolley it’s up to you where you spend the evening. Just load up your RÅSKOG trolley with everything you need, then roll it to wherever the party takes you.

A cosy white double bed is made up in a grey GRÖNLID sofa-bed, with a wicker LUBBAN trolley beside it.

Upgrade your sleepover setup

No, you don’t need a guest room to invite overnight guests. By combining a comfy GRÖNLID sofa-bed with a LUBBAN trolley as a makeshift bedside table, this couple have created a welcoming space that makes any stay feel special.

Two GRÖNLID sofa beds stand facing each other in a calm-looking living room, with a LUBBAN trolley beside one of them.

Back to normal in no time

When the party’s over, getting everything back to normal is easy – even with sore heads. GRÖNLID sofa-bed folds back into a sofa in one simple movement, and the LUBBAN trolley can just be rolled back into position. You’ll have to do the hoovering, though.