Although putting IKEA furniture together is known to cause immense stress for humans, the giant Swedish furniture store has now found a way to bring some peace to the world’s smallest critters. The company has just kicked off a collaboration with London–based artists, architects and designers on the new project, “Wild Homes for Wildlife” that sees old IKEA furniture being upcycled into unique animal abodes for bees, birds, bats, and insects.

Most of the artists’ creation took on an entirely new appearance, hardly giving clues to the discarded materials used to create the structures. For example, artist Iain Talbot created the “Bug Bud”, a bright blue egg-shaped structure made out of old IKEA chairs and leftover cladding from an IKEA store. Have a look here to see the funky abodes these London artists made to give little animals a new place to live.