The store will open in the world's first second-hand shopping centre in the town of Eskilstuna, called ReTuna.
The Swedish company has previously said it would start renting and recycling furniture worldwide as part of an eco-friendly drive to address concerns its affordable, flat-pack business model leads to overconsumption and waste.
“If we are going to reach our sustainability goals we need to challenge ourselves and test our ideas in practice,” Ikea Sweden's sustainability director Jonas Carlehed said in a statement.
The company aims to reduce its overall climate impact by 70 percent on average per product by 2030.
The second-hand store, which is a test project that will be re-evaluated regularly, will be supplied with furniture and home furnishings from a nearby Ikea store that have been damaged and repaired.
The company has already begun repairing and re-packaging products in every store that have been damaged in transit, as well as allowing customers to return products — including furniture — for resale or donation to charities.
In 2019, Ikea launched a pilot project on some markets leasing furniture.