IKEA is collaborating with Tesco to launch a new 'Collect Near You' service.
It means people can order and collect IKEA items from their local Tesco store.
The test-and-trial has been launched at three sites in Mitchelstown, Drogheda and Naas.
A gradual rollout will see six further pilot sites launched later this year in Limerick, Galway, Cork, Waterford, Tipperary and Wexford.
The new collection points, located within select Tesco carparks, will allow customers to collect items for free on orders over €200, or €15 for all other orders.
When placing an order online, customers will go through the usual checkout option and select the collection service for their local Tesco.
Customers can pick a designated date and time to meet a delivery driver, who will hand their order over to them.
Martyn Allan is market manager at IKEA.
"Collaborating with Tesco to test-and-trial convenient, accessible, and affordable collection services across key locations in Ireland is a real source of pride for us," he said.
"This partnership acknowledges the dynamic nature of the retail industry and provides an opportunity to bring IKEA closer to a wider audience," he added.
Earlier this year, IKEA unveiled a customer distribution centre in west Dublin.
The 450,000 square foot facility, set to open in early next year, will create 120 jobs and enable IKEA to process online orders directly from Ireland.
The company has said this will see increased product availability and significantly reduced delivery times.