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The joy of Ikea

How was your three-day weekend (for the Americans in the room)? If your weekend was anything like mine, it was over much too quickly!

Yesterday we went to Ikea, which was busy busy busy with a good international crowd. It seemed like no matter which direction we turned, there was someone speaking a different language – all united by one Swedish furniture store.

I couldn’t help but notice the international flavor of the prints on display, as well. London, as well as Paris and New York City, were showcased in a big way:

Vilshult

Motif created by Greg Stott. Mounted picture. $49.99

Piccadilly Night

Motif created by Leo Dolan. Mounted. $49.99

Pjatteryd

Motif created by Tom Frazier. Printed on canvas. $19.99

We didn’t buy any new prints on this shopping trip, but we did get a new mattress, some espresso cups, a kids’ rug, some of these and a few other small bits and bobs. One thing to note: Ikea has discontinued its offer of 1% off your next order when paying with a debit card! (I wish we had known about this before we finished checking out…)

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Posted on 3, September 2013, in Shopping and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. I love IKEA…just wish there was one closer to my home!

  2. I really love IKEA. Im swedish but live in london so theres not much that reminds me of home haha! but with IKEA you have the food, the furniture and the words in swedish and as sad as that sounds it really makes my day :’)
    I am a Swedish Fashion student based in London, Would love it if you could check out my blog 🙂

  3. Does someone know where the picture with the double bus was taken? In London but where exactly?

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