Hmm, I can’t remember where I’ve seen them but I’ll take notes next time I see any
They’re usually in the vegan/free-from bit
I love Ikea, I love it so much. I know people can be a bit like ‘Oh you don’t want your home to look like you’ve just got it all in Ikea,’ but do you know what? I find it really comforting and it all goes together, so maybe I would like my home to look like that! I must be in a tiny majority that finds Ikea actually a really calming experience
But seriously, does anyone know why all their labels are so massive??
Obviously great for a number of reasons but I’m forever cutting them out
Cant understand the love for IKEA, n
ever had more than a thoroughly miserable time when going to one of their stores
Being herded like cattle amongst some labyrinth punctuated by plastic cutlery and loads of beds Ill never buy
yeah I don’t think they make it across the water (apart from to ikea) for some reason
When I’m in Ikea with someone I like to point out all the things that I have from there. “Look, I’ve got those lamps on my bedside table”, etc. Something that I enjoy.
Readability maybe? Probably something really dry to do with scanning efficiency when ranging items or suchlike
Almost all of our house is from IKEA. Dgaf
It’s fairly good quality, fair prices, easy to purchase/build. Looks pretty decent. Fairly ethical/sustainable company.
Fun to build, too!
Exactly. I just need things to store things in, eat off, sit on. I don’t have a lot of money. It looks nice, I quite like putting it together, it’s affordable to me and doesn’t fall apart (unless I put it together wrong). What’s not to love
I reckon I’ve got about a 70/20/10 IKEA/Dunelm/John Lewis split going on.
I remember looking around somewhere on Rightmove and being amazed that someone has actually bought one of those lamps that looks like the Death Star.
I hate being in Ikea but like building the furniture.
“and this is my son, Kallax”
And it lasts too in terms of style, its very neutral and can be styled to suit your tastes, love that
If money/mortgage was no object I’d happily go into an IKEA building handyman trade. In general IKEA furniture comes apart easily which is great for moving house.
Pro tip - in customer services they usually have a rack with spare parts so you can take a few extra parts if you need any.
Don’t bother panel pinning the backs onto wardrobes, buy some small screws which can be removed/reused much more easily
Yeah something like Kallax is so timeless.
Come on, that’s a great name. I’d love to be called Kallax.
It’s his older brother Expedit that deserves the sympathy
I would like the ability to accurately check stock levels both before I go and when browsing in store. I never come away with everything I want because the warehouse bit is usually half empty.
It’s fine apart from that though.