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Ceiling lamps have a very specific purpose, which is to shine light down on a room from above. It is not to send glass lamp shades plummeting toward the ground, possibly shattering over someone’s head. That’s why IKEA is recalling two different models of ceiling lamps, over concerns that they could come apart and cause damage to anyone unfortunate enough …
This is the Setae Flatware set 3-D printed in metal by the designers at Francis Bitonti Studio. After printing, the set was cast in sterling silver for a beautiful, sparkling finish. I bought a 20-piece flatware set from IKEA for $8....Show More Summary
In a world where the subways are allowed to totally stop without warning or explanation, where you can travel 40 minutes to Ikea for a florshmarm end table only to find out they are out of stock, where sometimes there is wifi and sometimes there isn’t—it’s nice to know that Fox News will always, reliably, be Fox News. Read more...
But first, let me take a pic of the food. [ more › ]
Due to inactivity IKEA lost its trademark to a small Indonesian manufacturer of rattan furniture. Will people be confused by their Wickerdjammar? Rattanfoljer? International Business Times reports: PT Ratania Khatulistiwa registeredShow More Summary
Pin it Fagleboda Brass Handles • $7.99 / 2 pack • IKEA Add some luxe to your life. Shiny brass, gold and copper luxe finishes are all over the place since last year, and IKEA's kitchen cabinet hardware is on the trend. I took the pic...Show More Summary
By Eveline Danubrata and Fransiska Nangoy JAKARTA (Reuters) - Swedish furniture giant IKEA has lost the right to use its own brand name in Indonesia after a legal battle with a local company that claimed the trademark, court documents released earlier this week showed. Show More Summary
NEWS YOU CAN USE: Being a Dishwasher at IKEA Is Everyone’s Worst Nightmare. I have to say that shopping there is no picnic, either — there are some nice products, but the stores’ claustrophobic, maze-like design is not my idea of a fun afternoon.
Weirdly enough, more and more people are going to IKEA for the food. Swedish home furnishing mammoth IKEA will be making some changes to how it does business. Don't worry, those six-foot bookcases you have to put together with a two-inch Allen wrench aren't going anywhere. Show More Summary
The design idea of "counter-constraint" is to create things in such a way as to get around some constraint -- for example, open source hardware works without patents or copyrights. (more…)
When someone asks you if you want to go to IKEA, does your brain translate that question as, “Do I want meatballs?” You’re not alone, unsurprisingly, as many shoppers head to the Swedish retailer’s stores just for the food offered in its restaurants. IKEA knows this, which is why its giving those dine-in eateries a makeover in the U.S. Whether …
The hotpot rests at the center of the table, surrounded by ingredients. It's time to cook and eat them together. Yes, you could eat while using your phone. But where's the fun in that? Put it away. Don't phub your dinner companions. You don't have a choice with this hotpot table made by IKEA Taiwan. Show More Summary
It seems that many 3D printer owners just aren’t getting the same buzz they used to off their 3D printers, and are taking steps to procure heavier machines. And making them in their home laboratories with, you guessed it, their 3D printers. Following the pattern, [Michael Reitter], designed a 3D printable CNC around a IKEA MALM table. Show More Summary
While Ikea's Winter collection was equal parts festive and glitzy, the home decor mecca's latest product release is a return to the basics. The latest launch of sofa covers, bedroom decor, and kitchenware gives off some rural, Grapes of Wrath vibes... Show More Summary
The dish pit is where the fun goes to die.
Dinnertime conversation… Some of you might remember the days where you’d actually, you know, talk to one another at the diner table, rather than peck away at your smartphone between
With its new smartphone-powered hot pot table
By allowing diners to power a heating element with their cell phones, the IKEA table essentially forces them to choose between eating and tweeting.
Pin it One of the beauties of IKEA products is that their simple design also makes them endlessly versatile. While IKEA makes quite a few products specifically designed to house your shoes, they also carry lots of other products, intended for other uses, that can be pressed into service as shoe storage with just a little ingenuity. READ MORE »