When you picture IKEA, 18th century France is not the first thing that comes to mind. But the Swedish brand went glam for their booth at the Interior Design Show in Canada, dropping four chandeliers in their show kitchen, installing a glitzy gold wall in the bath, and generally mixing antiques and luxe finishes with their products.
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More news on IKEA's expansion beyond furniture: the brand is now looking to build 100 budget hotels across Europe. Inter Ikea, who owns the intellectual property rights for the Swedish furniture giant, is considering sites for its b... Read Post
Yesterday, IKEA designers revealed this unusual installation at an event called The Surreal House in London. Typical kitchen appliances come together in the shape of a silver birch tree, signifying Read Post
Today, I'm sharing some great insider info found in our comments section. Drew wrote: I worked for IKEA for four years—one as a kitchen planner, three as an interior designer. If you buy an IKEA kitchen, specifically the Akurum fitt... Read Post