And now we just want some meatballs
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Some people have a green thumb. I once had a roommate who had this gift. The contrast between our rooms was distinct. My room was drab post college Ikea ticky tack. His room was an Amazonian jungle. Long luxurious vines, springy leaves as big as platters spilled from ceiling to floor from hanging pots. Show More Summary
Brit realizes she's lucky to have decent-sized closets in her 1924 Seattle home, but the walk-in closet in the master still felt tiny and cramped because of the very sloped ceiling. She really wanted to retain the old house charm but to bring the organization into this century. READ MORE »
Nobody is ever too old for LEGO. Everyone's favorite building toy is still fun to play with as an adult, and it can even add a pop of color and nostalgia to your home decor. READ MORE »
Ikea is developing a green alternative to its popular Swedish meatballs. The company has become increasingly concerned about its impact on global warming and has decided to change the world Read More The post Ikea to Offer Eco-Friendly Vegetarian Meatballs appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Not long ago I explored ways people have used the super affordable Bekvam spice racks all around the house and today I'm turning to another cheap and extremely versatile IKEA product - the Fintorp kitchen organizer series. Let's take a look at some clever and smart ways folks are using Fintorp at home. READ MORE »
Presenting "Veg Balls," the eco-friendly alternative to the Swedish classic
Name: Gia Location: Chicago, Illinois After finding out we were expecting, we had to convert our dining area to a baby "nook". We successfully divided the living room from the baby's nook with IKEA's Expedit shelf. READ MORE »
You think assembling IKEA furniture is challenging? Try the Tetra Shed on for size, then. The modular, multi-use cabin comes flat packed and can be assembled in a number of The post Your Everyday Shed The Tetra Shed Is Not appeared first on OhGizmo!.
Warmer weather and beautiful blooms means wedding season is back in full swing, and lovebirds everywhere are getting ready for their big day. Your wedding is one of the most important and memorable days of your life together — it's also one of the most expensive events you'll ever have to plan. Show More Summary
IKEA is known not just for their affordable and stylish home products, but also for fabulous solutions that work wonders in small spaces. Want a compact list of ten of our favorite good-looking and functional items from IKEA that we think make the lives of those who live in small spaces better? Find it after the jump. READ MORE »
Ingvar Kamprad built his IKEA empire from the ground up, starting at the tender age of five. Here's how.
A truly emetic announcement from the grim but indispensable Swedish flatpack furniture emporium IKEA: they are considering changing the recipe of their most popular food line - meatballs - in order to help save the world from global warming. Show More Summary
Ikea is developing a vegetarian version of its Swedish meatballs "in an effort to be more eco-friendly," Eater writes. The meat-free option (that is, free of all meat, not just horse meat) offer up an edible ball that is less...
The new meatballs roll out next year. Following its dark horse meatball days of 2012-13 and its subsequent announcement of "farm to fork" traceability standards, Ikea says it'll roll out brand-new vegetarian (but not vegan) meatballs next year to offset the hefty carbon footprint of its regular Swedish meatballs, which are made from beef and pork. Show More Summary
We found lots of sales this week to get your home all set for spring. Last chance to save 20% off everything for your kitchen at IKEA, or check out major deals on organizational basics at the Container Store. If you're in New York, support...Show More Summary
Flat-pack furniture giant Ikea is developing a vegetarian version of their famous Swedish meatballs in an effort to be more eco-friendly. Green Business reports that Joanna Yarrow, the head of sustainability for Ikea, said this week at the Intergovernmental...
Here's a kitchen ad that might leave you a little nauseated, but for once that has nothing to do with food. In Ikea's new spot from Mother London, promoting the retailer's first new kitchen furnishing line in 25 years, the set spins, spins and spins. Show More Summary