IKEA is a low-cost Swedish home furnishings retailer with more than 200 stores in 34 countries.
Makes it possible for everybody
A place that makes it possible. For everybody.
mariliva, Italy - 22 March 2013
Me heart IKEA
From the entrance to the exit, awesome! Me heart IKEA.
Anty, Indonesia - 26 September 2012
The first IKEA I visited was in Hong Kong last year. I was there in HK to participate in a debate competition together with my teammates. We walked thorugh Kingston Street and so on while doing window shopping and we passed by IKEA. They have amazing furniture and that they are popular for. The most memorable thing about IKEA is that I will never forget the small restaurant and cafe near the exit door. I will always remember the comfy place, the smell of the juicy meatballs, and also our joy and laughter back then.
Christin, Indonesia - 19 September 2012
My room is full of IKEA products
I have interest in interior design that is of good quality, modern design, stylish and chic, and the answer for that is IKEA. I live in Indonesia and it is too bad that IKEA doesn't have a store here. So whenever I go to Singapore, I always go to IKEA to buy some chic furniture. My room is full of IKEA products. I am always browsing on the Internet to find out what's new in IKEA. I hope IKEA would like to build new stores in Indonesia. I would be their loyal customer.
Felysia, - 16 September 2012
Gives us exactly what we ask for
IKEA gives us exactly what we ask for in the 21st century. I don't want life long furniture because I'll change my house, country and taste probably every 2 years in my life. I love IKEA cause it gives me the possibility to grow up without feeling bad for my wallet!
Ludovica, Italy - 09 March 2010
Extremely cheap materials
Great design, very functional and easy to assemble, but extremely cheap materials are used and furniture won't last. Quite expensive for the quality you get. In the IKEA case, you realize the power of the good advertising. It can help you sell low-to-average quality products rather expensive, and can push people to continue buying.
Dimo, United Arab Emirates - 17 September 2009
Fortunately we have 2 in a small country like Singapore. Great design and workout.
Valencia, Singapore - 10 September 2009
Worth coming back again
Spending time in the IKEA store is an experience in itself. The sense of shared humanity as we wander around trying out the living spaces for size. The help staff go out of their way to make it worth coming back again, even if it is to exchange parts. Our walls are lined with IKEA Billy shelves, holding books, DVDs and CDs, ornaments, glassware and soft toys.
Duncan, - 24 May 2009
Experience possible ways how to live
I'm a designer and like bespoke furniture but I'm a recent graduate and that's why I go to IKEA to buy my things. Their products are not bad at all. I just think that furniture shouldn't become like clothes. Being replaced very often. However, I go to IKEA not mainly because of their products but the shopping experience. To get inspiration and physically experience possible ways how to live. I like the fact that they feel the same all over the world. In China, we went there to have the Swedish meatballs - a nice Northern European meal for a change.
Tanja, Switzerland - 20 November 2008
Plain, Nordic, simple
Plain, Nordic, simple. Reminds me of my youth when we were poor and full of hope.
Matroshka, - 05 November 2008