Hauga Series from IKEA


Hauga series from IKEA is quite large and contains everything from dresser, nightstands, glass-door cabinets, wardrobes to desks. I have filmed almost all products in the series, I will structure it with pictures and videos so you will find easily. I have filmed in 5 different IKEA department stores. 

Hauga Dresser

Hauga dresser from IKEA is available in the colors white and gray, 6 drawers or 3 drawers. Hauga dresser receives high character marks from those who have bought it, (4,6/5) regardless of whether it is 3 or 6 drawers you see on the IKEA website. They write that dresser is affordable and has good quality.

Hauga Desk

Hauga desk is available in the colors gray and white. The desk is quite small, it should be able to fit in most homes, regardless of whether you are a child who needs it for school work or an adult who needs work space.

Hauga Wardrobe

Hauga IKEA wardrobes are available with sliding doors or open wardrobe, you see in the pictures. The wardrobes are available in the colors gray and white.

Hauga Sideboard

Hauga sideboard is available in the colors gray and white. People who leave reviews on the IKEA website seem very pleased with the product. "This sideboard has plenty of storage space - and the top is ideal for your finest things or setting serving dishes aside."

Hauga Nightstand

Hauga nightstands are available in the colors gray and white, which the whole Hauga series seems to be, but that can change quickly if the product becomes popular. "This bedside table has room for items you want and need close at hand when sleeping including a drawer and display shelves for decorations."

Hauga Glass-door cabinet

I did not have many pictures of this cabinet, it may be filled with pictures when I visit IKEA again. "In this glass-door cabinet you can keep favorite items free from dust but still visible - ideal for dining room dinnerware."

"A versatile medium gray softened with attractive blue-green undertones." Benjamin Moore has a great feature on his website where you can see how color is perceived in the morning, afternoon, ambient and night.