All IKEA hacks are geeky — but some IKEA hacks are more geeky than others. Here are 15 of the nerdiest/coolest DIY projects to ever grace IKEA Hacker’s archive: from a miniature bedroom Bat-signal to your very own remote-controlled robot. More »
If you're interested in knowing just how you can take a pair of chairs from IKEA and make them unmistakably your own, you'll find lots of inspiration from Brynne's project with these club chairs. READ MORE »
Kitty beds don’t have to cost a fortune, especially because most cats would rather hang out in a cardboard box than on some fancy bed, but if you’re looking for purr-fect style on a budget you can’t do much better than the Duktig doll beds made by IKEA. Show More Summary
Photos via Design Boom This Ikea table isn't what you might call traditionally stylish, or in keeping with the "Swedish modern on a budget" look the furniture giant has spent decades carving out. You might say it looks like complete...
Post by Suzee Skwiot. Hectic mornings are the stuff of family life and provide some of the most beautiful, heartwarming memories. But most often, they also mean stressful and rushed moments. And the bathroom is the most critical spot for a stress-free morning. Show More Summary
Responding to today’s obsession with all things vintage, IKEA decided to relaunch some of their archival designs from the 1950s and ’60s. The 20+ piece collection entitled “ÅRGÅNG,” which means “year” in Swedish, includes… The post IKEA Reissue Archival Designs from the 1950s and ’60s appeared first on Selectism.
Sometimes I feel like a trip to IKEA is a metaphor for my life.
But it's limited edition, and only available in stores now. If you find the Ikea catalog irresistible today, you should see what they were making 60 years ago: High-back Victorian seats, sleek papasan chairs, and, of course, plenty of the casually elegant midcentury modern stuff that we know so well from Mad Men. Read Full Story
The Swedish brand reimagines three iconic pieces as taking place in the modern day to celebrate enjoying meals with others
Alert: furniture juggernaut Ikea, which has now officially been around for seven decades, is poised to manufacture and sell its old designs from the '50s, '60s, and '70s. On offer: Danish modern-inspired chairs, a pendant lamp from 1956, and, yes,...
Ikea is over 70 years old, which means the company has survived through dozens upon dozens of design trends, from stuffy conservatism in the late 1940s to the craziness of the 60s. Wonderfully, the company is now plucking classics from its archives to sell in some stores. Read more...
IKEA has debuted the ÅRGÅNG collection, using pieces pulled from the retailer's archives from the 50s through the 70s. The mid century vibe takes form in 26 limited items, including furniture, textiles, lighting, and tableware. READ MORE »
For Ikea's latest Argang collection, the company dug through its archives from the 1950s through the 1970s to re-create some of its old faithfuls – and boy are we glad they did! The result? Twenty-six products that look like they were plucked from a Scandinavian antique store. Show More Summary
Have you ever flipped through the IKEA catalog and wished you could order everything you see? (Probably not, but for the sake of this story, let’s just say “maybe.”) Well, that would be impractical and expensive, but there is a way to turn every single page of an IKEA catalog into a working piece of furniture. Over at DesignBoom.com, a … [More]
All image courtesy of Ikea Big news: more than a year after announcing plans to bring back the 1950s table that "began the flatpack revolution," furniture powerhouse Ikea is poised to start manufacturing and selling pieces it offered in the...
We just got the news that IKEA is launching a limited edition collection called ARGANG which includes "greatest hits" selections of furniture and accessories from throughout their 70 year design history. We've got pics and prices for all the pieces, so jump below for an updated blast of IKEA's stylish past... READ MORE »
Minni was looking to replace her IKEA Ektorp sofa with something a little more streamlined. She loved the lines of this retro yellow sofa but it didn't exactly scream "low key." For €30, she took a chance. READ MORE »
Back in March, we learned Ikea had purchased an Illinois wind farm big enough to power all its US stores. Well, that was small potatoes. Today the company announced its largest investment in renewables ever: The acquisition of a much larger wind farm in Texas. Read more...
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IKEA has purchased a second US windfarm, this one in Texas. The 165-megawatt farm is the home furnishing giant's largest renewable energy investment to date, and is a part of their "2020 goal of producing as much renewable energy as the total energy the company consumes globally." READ MORE »