A great place to buy very practical furniture and other household goods. They make some really good stuff and the new car park makes it a lot easier. The only problem I have with this Ikea is how busy it gets on a Saturday really annoying. (I try and get out of the shopping and head upstairs for the tasty köttbullar.)
I love this Ikea.. it has a huge parking lot and a bus that takes you there as well. The layout is nice and the store is organized very well, so things are easy to find. The restaurant has a huge seating area as well, so you'll always find a seat. This ikea also has a huge "fundgrube" alot bigger than I have seen in other stores and it's not far to walk from the store to the parking lot.
I love the prospect of creating my own livable spaces, so Ikea functions perfectly as a warehouse of artist's tools. I love the mixing-and-matching of items and especially love walking down the isles daydreaming what everything would look like once it comes together. I'm especially fond of their lighting solutions and decorative items as well as their kitchenware and storage solutions. A+ for creativity, price, accessibility and the brilliant hot dogs they sell at checkout :)
IKEA, what a hellish place! My tip: walk backwards and you get the good stuff first!
Well, Ikea's Ikea - same all over the world! They had a live and playing to welcome you in but it just felt so contrived - and felt sorry for the talented musicians who had to play the Ikea venue. Friendly staff but not a trip for a relaxing day out.
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