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Ikea Leeds are offering 20% off (upto £500 spend) between 3pm and 9pm on England Euro 2012 match days.

You need to be an Ikea Family member (you can get this free in store) and need to print off the voucher from the Ikea website - just select the specific store and click on Ikea Family, then click on the offer for the voucher.

England's first match is Monday 11th June. Then 15th and 19th.

Not sure if other stores have the same offer - but you could come to Leeds!

OFFER ONLY AVAILABLE IN IKEA LEEDS!!!!
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tfish
Furniture for fools.

Chipboard with a photo of wood glued to it.

You can buy solid oak for 30/40% more and get 500% more life out of it.

what absolute rubbish!!!! another misinformed moron who has clearly never been to ikea or just looked at the cheap stuff - try looking at the modular stuff - anyway you will be hard pushed to find many places selling solid wood stuff - if you do ask what they mean by solid wood and how much of the item is solid wood - trust me you will be shocked - from peter green to funiture village to argos - solid wood doesnt mean the whole product is solid wood

its ok if you like fuddy duddy boring old fashioned grandad designs, carry on you fool - id be quite happy to have solid wood everywhere but the designs are boring and if you find something that is solid wood and nicely designed its silly money

we all know whats in them, but some items are solid wood you know - but its cheap unlike 99% of furniture manufacturers - also there is NO way you can get solid wood cabinets for 30/40% more - you are living in cloud cukoo land if you think you can

I bought some besta cabinets from ikea cost me about £700 for two 120cm wide and approx 7ft high cabinets with draws and lacquered and smoked glass doors

same sized cabinets from a furniture maker we were quoted £8000 and it would be made from mdf as its better for sculpted furniture - solid wood would be astronomical in cost and time - even free standing solid wood stuff we looked at was about £2000 a cabinet but either wouldnt fit or we would need 4 AND they didnt have the height we needed anyway

our besta stuff is still in mint condition after 5.5 years heavy use

the besta and pax stuff is fine and pretty cheap

my office had their better stuff and its had 5.5 years hard life and er....its still in 100% mint/undamaged condition - so you are fool!

oh, enjoy your wood worm by the way

Edited By: royals on Jun 06, 2012 01:20: w
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royals
tfish
Furniture for fools.

Chipboard with a photo of wood glued to it.

You can buy solid oak for 30/40% more and get 500% more life out of it.

what absolute rubbish!!!! another misinformed moron who has clearly never been to ikea or just looked at the cheap stuff - try looking at the modular stuff - anyway you will be hard pushed to find many places selling solid wood stuff - if you do ask what they mean by solid wood and how much of the item is solid wood - trust me you will be shocked - from peter green to funiture village to argos - solid wood doesnt mean the whole product is solid wood

its ok if you like fuddy duddy boring old fashioned grandad designs, carry on you fool - id be quite happy to have solid wood everywhere but the designs are boring and if you find something that is solid wood and nicely designed its silly money

we all know whats in them, but some items are solid wood you know - but its cheap unlike 99% of furniture manufacturers - also there is NO way you can get solid wood cabinets for 30/40% more - you are living in cloud cukoo land if you think you can

I bought some besta cabinets from ikea cost me about £700 for two 120cm wide and approx 7ft high cabinets with draws and lacquered and smoked glass doors

same sized cabinets from a furniture maker we were quoted £8000 and it would be made from mdf as its better for sculpted furniture - solid wood would be astronomical in cost and time - even free standing solid wood stuff we looked at was about £2000 a cabinet but either wouldnt fit or we would need 4 AND they didnt have the height we needed anyway

our besta stuff is still in mint condition after 5.5 years heavy use

the besta and pax stuff is fine and pretty cheap

my office had their better stuff and its had 5.5 years hard life and er....its still in 100% mint/undamaged condition - so you are fool!

oh, enjoy your wood worm by the way

Epic response!
10 Likes
So miss the game and the disappointment and instead wonder through a maze.

Oh, I know they have maps, but I swear the staff have magnetic "You are Here" labels that they move every half hour. The only thing that stays constant is the restaurant and it's meatballs. Everything else moves in a childish Alice in Wonderland way, so when the patrons are not looking the staff scurry out of beds, wardrobed and the slots in the wall (you know what I'm talking about) and move the bedroom department with the kitchen department and spin the map upside-down and change the "You are Here" label before hiding in the cookers, fridges and masquerading as lamps, while you walk through the children's bedroom section which is filled with toys, balls and everything designed to make you forget where you were headed and ensure maximum distraction for the children you are with, until you are back in the bedroom department, not the kitchen area which is where you thought you were heading too.

You'll look at the map and stand there puzzled and confused with the other dads while your wife's are looking at frilly throws and you husbands will throw confusing glances at each other and trace the route you took with your finger, but not once will you utter the words "I'm lost" or ask for directions, you'll puff out your chest and proclaim "Ahah, I know where we are" which cause the other dads and husbands to go "Hrmmm, yes I see now" and about turn and listen to your wife proclaiming how pretty our bedroom would look with frilly curtains that you've already heard from the last time you were here.

Eventually you'll stumble out of Ikea with stuff you didn't need and chocolate you didn't want and a bottle or two of Apple cider that you eventually managed to persuade your wife or partner "I need these" with her thinking it's a waste of £5 while her arms are filled with throws, cushions, towels and pot scrubbers that will not match the living room or kitchen and will be boxed up and forgotten about.


You'll drink the kopparberg and forget the Ikea maze of hell and when your wife mentions another iKea trip sometime in the future you've already forgotten the hell you went through to get out the first time and you'll empty the boot of the car to fit the flat packed furniture that you'll never quite rightly put together as the swedish manual was first translated into english by a pre-school swedish student than back into swedish before having some steps removed and than translated back into English by the welsh and then having all written instructions removed and the diagrams looking like they were drawn by vertically challenged person with the drawing table just a little too high.


At least if you do get lost, you'll have a bed.

Edited By: coolhotcold on Jun 06, 2012 09:53
5 Likes
I doubt it, some of their stuff is dirt cheap.
Also, they sell plenty of stuff that isn't chipboard BTW.

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1 Like #1
Damn and just AFTER I've spent loads at Ikea! Oh well, Sod's Law eh?
1 Like #2
Bunglistik
Damn and just AFTER I've spent loads at Ikea! Oh well, Sod's Law eh?

Assuming you're within the time period allowed for refunds, I'd buy the same items again during the 20% off and then return the (original) items with your (original) receipt for 100% refund.
MKD
#3
Was about to ask if Belfast would have it too but remembered I live in Northern Ireland now grrr
3 Likes #4
Furniture for fools.

Chipboard with a photo of wood glued to it.

You can buy solid oak for 30/40% more and get 500% more life out of it.
5 Likes #5
I doubt it, some of their stuff is dirt cheap.
Also, they sell plenty of stuff that isn't chipboard BTW.
#6
argh, just spent £200 there today :/
#7
Wish this was Gateshead as I have a big purchase to make there soon!
#8
mk-donald
Bunglistik
Damn and just AFTER I've spent loads at Ikea! Oh well, Sod's Law eh?

Assuming you're within the time period allowed for refunds, I'd buy the same items again during the 20% off and then return the (original) items with your (original) receipt for 100% refund.
MKD

lol, sssh
55 Likes #9
tfish
Furniture for fools.

Chipboard with a photo of wood glued to it.

You can buy solid oak for 30/40% more and get 500% more life out of it.

what absolute rubbish!!!! another misinformed moron who has clearly never been to ikea or just looked at the cheap stuff - try looking at the modular stuff - anyway you will be hard pushed to find many places selling solid wood stuff - if you do ask what they mean by solid wood and how much of the item is solid wood - trust me you will be shocked - from peter green to funiture village to argos - solid wood doesnt mean the whole product is solid wood

its ok if you like fuddy duddy boring old fashioned grandad designs, carry on you fool - id be quite happy to have solid wood everywhere but the designs are boring and if you find something that is solid wood and nicely designed its silly money

we all know whats in them, but some items are solid wood you know - but its cheap unlike 99% of furniture manufacturers - also there is NO way you can get solid wood cabinets for 30/40% more - you are living in cloud cukoo land if you think you can

I bought some besta cabinets from ikea cost me about £700 for two 120cm wide and approx 7ft high cabinets with draws and lacquered and smoked glass doors

same sized cabinets from a furniture maker we were quoted £8000 and it would be made from mdf as its better for sculpted furniture - solid wood would be astronomical in cost and time - even free standing solid wood stuff we looked at was about £2000 a cabinet but either wouldnt fit or we would need 4 AND they didnt have the height we needed anyway

our besta stuff is still in mint condition after 5.5 years heavy use

the besta and pax stuff is fine and pretty cheap

my office had their better stuff and its had 5.5 years hard life and er....its still in 100% mint/undamaged condition - so you are fool!

oh, enjoy your wood worm by the way

Edited By: royals on Jun 06, 2012 01:20: w
11 Likes #10
royals
tfish
Furniture for fools.

Chipboard with a photo of wood glued to it.

You can buy solid oak for 30/40% more and get 500% more life out of it.

what absolute rubbish!!!! another misinformed moron who has clearly never been to ikea or just looked at the cheap stuff - try looking at the modular stuff - anyway you will be hard pushed to find many places selling solid wood stuff - if you do ask what they mean by solid wood and how much of the item is solid wood - trust me you will be shocked - from peter green to funiture village to argos - solid wood doesnt mean the whole product is solid wood

its ok if you like fuddy duddy boring old fashioned grandad designs, carry on you fool - id be quite happy to have solid wood everywhere but the designs are boring and if you find something that is solid wood and nicely designed its silly money

we all know whats in them, but some items are solid wood you know - but its cheap unlike 99% of furniture manufacturers - also there is NO way you can get solid wood cabinets for 30/40% more - you are living in cloud cukoo land if you think you can

I bought some besta cabinets from ikea cost me about £700 for two 120cm wide and approx 7ft high cabinets with draws and lacquered and smoked glass doors

same sized cabinets from a furniture maker we were quoted £8000 and it would be made from mdf as its better for sculpted furniture - solid wood would be astronomical in cost and time - even free standing solid wood stuff we looked at was about £2000 a cabinet but either wouldnt fit or we would need 4 AND they didnt have the height we needed anyway

our besta stuff is still in mint condition after 5.5 years heavy use

the besta and pax stuff is fine and pretty cheap

my office had their better stuff and its had 5.5 years hard life and er....its still in 100% mint/undamaged condition - so you are fool!

oh, enjoy your wood worm by the way

Epic response!
#11
Wow good deal need to cancel my recent order!
1 Like #12
royals
tfish
Furniture for fools.

Chipboard with a photo of wood glued to it.

You can buy solid oak for 30/40% more and get 500% more life out of it.

what absolute rubbish!!!! another misinformed moron who has clearly never been to ikea or just looked at the cheap stuff - try looking at the modular stuff - anyway you will be hard pushed to find many places selling solid wood stuff - if you do ask what they mean by solid wood and how much of the item is solid wood - trust me you will be shocked - from peter green to funiture village to argos - solid wood doesnt mean the whole product is solid wood

its ok if you like fuddy duddy boring old fashioned grandad designs, carry on you fool - id be quite happy to have solid wood everywhere but the designs are boring and if you find something that is solid wood and nicely designed its silly money

we all know whats in them, but some items are solid wood you know - but its cheap unlike 99% of furniture manufacturers - also there is NO way you can get solid wood cabinets for 30/40% more - you are living in cloud cukoo land if you think you can

I bought some besta cabinets from ikea cost me about £700 for two 120cm wide and approx 7ft high cabinets with draws and lacquered and smoked glass doors

same sized cabinets from a furniture maker we were quoted £8000 and it would be made from mdf as its better for sculpted furniture - solid wood would be astronomical in cost and time - even free standing solid wood stuff we looked at was about £2000 a cabinet but either wouldnt fit or we would need 4 AND they didnt have the height we needed anyway

our besta stuff is still in mint condition after 5.5 years heavy use

the besta and pax stuff is fine and pretty cheap

my office had their better stuff and its had 5.5 years hard life and er....its still in 100% mint/undamaged condition - so you are fool!

oh, enjoy your wood worm by the way

^^Agree with what he said! There is a lot of cheap tat in Ikea, for the student-type market, but there's also a lot of really decent quality furniture at really good prices.

We've previously had Ikea fitted kitchens, basically because they seemed cheap and the best quality for the money we could afford comapred to B&Q, Homebase, Wickes, MFI etc - they were all much dearer and lesser quality.

We've now moved house and looking for a more posh kitchen - been round loads of showrooms who are quoting us 20k for what would be about 4k at Ikea, and apart from the granite and a better choice of finishes, when I look inside the cupboards, I keep finding myself saying 'this isn't 5 times better than Ikea'. Even your top-end kitchens are made of chipboard.
1 Like #13
yep lots of tat in ikea but some items are exceptional...Most of our house is from there! Billy bookcases, pax wardrobes, and a lovely tv unit think Besta...last for years if assembled properly.

Panddda i love the kitchens! just get an IKEA kitchen and order worktops elsewhere?
1 Like #14
so, COME TO IKEA and miss the England Games! Great! ;-)
1 Like #15
Only on the eng vs swe match day?
#16
Worth the journey to Leeds if not at my local store!
#17
seems store specific, not showing at my local store
#18
Disco
so, COME TO IKEA and miss the England Games! Great! ;-)
Maybe because Ikea are not English?
#19
Is this only on in the leeds store ?
2 Likes #20
Disco
so, COME TO IKEA and miss the England Games! Great! ;-)
win, win :)
10 Likes #21
So miss the game and the disappointment and instead wonder through a maze.

Oh, I know they have maps, but I swear the staff have magnetic "You are Here" labels that they move every half hour. The only thing that stays constant is the restaurant and it's meatballs. Everything else moves in a childish Alice in Wonderland way, so when the patrons are not looking the staff scurry out of beds, wardrobed and the slots in the wall (you know what I'm talking about) and move the bedroom department with the kitchen department and spin the map upside-down and change the "You are Here" label before hiding in the cookers, fridges and masquerading as lamps, while you walk through the children's bedroom section which is filled with toys, balls and everything designed to make you forget where you were headed and ensure maximum distraction for the children you are with, until you are back in the bedroom department, not the kitchen area which is where you thought you were heading too.

You'll look at the map and stand there puzzled and confused with the other dads while your wife's are looking at frilly throws and you husbands will throw confusing glances at each other and trace the route you took with your finger, but not once will you utter the words "I'm lost" or ask for directions, you'll puff out your chest and proclaim "Ahah, I know where we are" which cause the other dads and husbands to go "Hrmmm, yes I see now" and about turn and listen to your wife proclaiming how pretty our bedroom would look with frilly curtains that you've already heard from the last time you were here.

Eventually you'll stumble out of Ikea with stuff you didn't need and chocolate you didn't want and a bottle or two of Apple cider that you eventually managed to persuade your wife or partner "I need these" with her thinking it's a waste of £5 while her arms are filled with throws, cushions, towels and pot scrubbers that will not match the living room or kitchen and will be boxed up and forgotten about.


You'll drink the kopparberg and forget the Ikea maze of hell and when your wife mentions another iKea trip sometime in the future you've already forgotten the hell you went through to get out the first time and you'll empty the boot of the car to fit the flat packed furniture that you'll never quite rightly put together as the swedish manual was first translated into english by a pre-school swedish student than back into swedish before having some steps removed and than translated back into English by the welsh and then having all written instructions removed and the diagrams looking like they were drawn by vertically challenged person with the drawing table just a little too high.


At least if you do get lost, you'll have a bed.

Edited By: coolhotcold on Jun 06, 2012 09:53
1 Like #22
coolhotcold
So miss the game and the disappointment and instead wonder through a maze.

Oh, I know they have maps, but I swear the staff have magnetic "You are Here" labels that they move every half hour. The only thing that stays constant is the restaurant and it's meatballs. Everything else moves in a childish Alice in Wonderland way, so when the patrons are not looking the staff scurry out of beds, wardrobed and the slots in the wall (you know what I'm talking about) and move the bedroom department with the kitchen department and spin the map upside-down and change the "You are Here" label before hiding in the cookers, fridges and masquerading as lamps, while you walk through the children's bedroom section which is filled with toys, balls and everything designed to make you forget where you were headed and ensure maximum distraction for the children you are with, until you are back in the bedroom department, not the kitchen area which is where you thought you were heading too.

You'll look at the map and stand there puzzled and confused with the other dads while your wife's are looking at frilly throws and you husbands will throw confusing glances at each other and trace the route you took with your finger, but not once will you utter the words "I'm lost" or ask for directions, you'll puff out your chest and proclaim "Ahah, I know where we are" which cause the other dads and husbands to go "Hrmmm, yes I see now" and about turn and listen to your wife proclaiming how pretty our bedroom would look with frilly curtains that you've already heard from the last time you were here.

Eventually you'll stumble out of Ikea with stuff you didn't need and chocolate you didn't want and a bottle or two of Apple cider that you eventually managed to persuade your wife or partner "I need these" with her thinking it's a waste of £5 while her arms are filled with throws, cushions, towels and pot scrubbers that will not match the living room or kitchen and will be boxed up and forgotten about.


You'll drink the kopparberg and forget the Ikea maze of hell and when your wife mentions another iKea trip sometime in the future you've already forgotten the hell you went through to get out the first time and you'll empty the boot of the car to fit the flat packed furniture that you'll never quite rightly put together as the swedish manual was first translated into english by a pre-school swedish student than back into swedish before having some steps removed and than translated back into English by the welsh and then having all written instructions removed and the diagrams looking like they were drawn by vertically challenged person with the drawing table just a little too high.


At least if you do get lost, you'll have a bed.
Don't try and become a comedy writer :(

Ikea's easy to navigate, and they've stopped selling kopparberg :(
#23
Yes this is true BUT you can source amazing pieces of solid wood furniture for pennys on ebay and second hand shops. Hit them with the the sander then some oil or wax and you have IMO a better piece of furniture than anything from Ikea.

I am not going to write 400 words and call people "fools" for it though.

Dear me Royals... you really love those bookshelves dont you? lol
#24
Disco
so, COME TO IKEA and miss the England Games! Great! ;-)

It's ok, they will be showing the England matches in store at the same time aswell or at least they were last time I was there. My other half tried telling me I was watching paint dry but honestly I could see no difference. Women!
1 Like #25
I've a fair bit of IKEA furniture in my house, whilst i know most of it is chipboard, i don't care, it fits, looks great, cheap and I get it there and then. IKEA really have got this worked out and that's why they are so popular.
4 Likes #26
tfish
Furniture for fools.

Chipboard with a photo of wood glued to it.

You can buy solid oak for 30/40% more and get 500% more life out of it.
You couldn't have made a worse argument if you'd tried, perhaps you should think about what you're typing rather than just making things up in your head and then posting them for all to see.

The fact is IKEA cater for most budgets, they do some decent stuff that'll last a lot longer than you'll actually want it. It's all well and good having solid oak furniture but sometimes you're stuck with it forever due to it's initial cost or value even though it no longer fits in with everything else in the room. Solid furniture isn't practical for the majority of people, what use is an oak dining room table that needs to be covered (hidden) in several layers of coverings in order to be used as intended. It's far easier just to have a laminated table that can be wiped clean with a damp cloth afterwards, if someone spills a drink or drops food onto it then no harm is done. Spill water or accidentely place a hot mug onto a polished wooden table and the damage is sometimes irreversible.

Most people buying IKEA furniture are young and/or "funky", they buy for today and not for 20 years time. I doubt longevity even enters their mind since it'll either be damaged by children, pets, covered in cigarette burns or replaced long before then.

Good deal by the way.

Edited By: Blaiz on Jun 06, 2012 11:11
#27
tfish
Furniture for fools.

Chipboard with a photo of wood glued to it.

You can buy solid oak for 30/40% more and get 500% more life out of it.

I'd agree, except the 30/40%, I think realistically you're looking at 200-300% more and more like 10000% more life - I've furnished my house with solid oak - mostly replacing Ikea furniture which simply hasn't lasted anywhere near what you'd expect, and it certainly was a lot more than the cost of Ikea - and I scoured the internet for the cheapest deal, but worth every penny, some from bankrupt stock auctions, where I paid considerably lower prices, would still work out 200% more expensive than the equivalent from an Ikea premium range.

I've got Billy bookcases bowing under the weight of, err books, the biggest problem with Ikea, you can't take the furniture apart easily, without weakening the construction, most of the chipboard based stuff, which pretty much is all the premium as well as the cheap tat, use screws that slowly remove the fabric making them looser and looser. I've just replaced a coffee table that was very expensive, with solid oak, because it had to be de-constructed to move and hadn't survived more than a couple of moves.

I'd say their kitchens are as good as anything in the price bracket, but that's so long as you don't compare against £20k handmade wood kitchens.

mike
1 Like #28
I agree with Blaiz ..... Having two small kids means that middle of the road Ikea furniture is ideal. When the kids are older we will replace most of the furniture, probably with some of the better Ikea stuff....


Lol at fishbrains 30 - 40% higher cost for solid oak furniture..... if only
#29
Blaiz

Most people buying IKEA furniture are young and/or "funky", they buy for today and not for 20 years time. I doubt longevity even enters their mind since it'll either be damaged by children, pets, covered in cigarette burns or replaced long before then.

Good deal by the way.

I guess you must use the Croydon Ikea or similar, most of the clients of Ikea stores round me are the customers left behind after the demise of MFI, and for good reason and I don't blame them, but it's certainly not funky designs that drag them to Ikea.

I have 2 children, and the beauty of solid oak, you need a sander and some lacquer to bring it back to full glory, not a return to Ikea to replace. Worst case scenario I can put it on the woodburner rather than send a poisonous concoction of glues and wood to landfill.

mike

Edited By: mbuckhurst on Jun 06, 2012 11:15
#30
mbuckhurst
Blaiz

Most people buying IKEA furniture are young and/or "funky", they buy for today and not for 20 years time. I doubt longevity even enters their mind since it'll either be damaged by children, pets, covered in cigarette burns or replaced long before then.

Good deal by the way.

I guess you must use the Croydon Ikea or similar, most of the clients of Ikea stores round me are the customers left behind after the demise of MFI, and for good reason and I don't blame them, but it's certainly not funky designs that drag them to Ikea.

mike
Ha, Croydon and Lakeside are the two nearest to me and I did put the funky in quotes ;)

When I lived in Dubai the IKEA out there was ideal, we could buy furniture for the moment and then just left out there what we didn't want to ship back when we came home.
2 Likes #31
The Scots will hate this offer...
1 Like #32
mbuckhurst
Blaiz

Most people buying IKEA furniture are young and/or "funky", they buy for today and not for 20 years time. I doubt longevity even enters their mind since it'll either be damaged by children, pets, covered in cigarette burns or replaced long before then.

Good deal by the way.

I guess you must use the Croydon Ikea or similar, most of the clients of Ikea stores round me are the customers left behind after the demise of MFI, and for good reason and I don't blame them, but it's certainly not funky designs that drag them to Ikea.

I have 2 children, and the beauty of solid oak, you need a sander and some lacquer to bring it back to full glory, not a return to Ikea to replace. Worst case scenario I can put it on the woodburner rather than send a poisonous concoction of glues and wood to landfill.

mike
Wow this post has brought out all the furniture snobs. If you don't like Ikea then don't comment on an Ikea thread since all you're doing is starting an argument.

I buy Ikea furniture because it's cheap and I like the way it looks. I'm not planning on keeping it all after 10 years. Who knows what gonna happen by then, I'll probably move house, my tastes might change and I don't have to worry as much about anything getting damaged. I really don't have the time to sand down a table leg every time it get's scratched.

If I buy any solid oak furniture in the next few years it'll be for putting a fish tank on.
#33
This is great! I love Ikea and hate football anyway, but just think of how worthwhile all the Scots can now spend their time (rather than cheering the opposing teams) hahahahaa

Having said that: this will probably not be on in Edinburgh.. :-(
#34
"Offer available ONLY at Ikea Leeds."

:(
#35
It's a pain when you see an offer like this and it's store specific, could really do with this at either of my 2 local stores.

Although I can get £1.50 discount on a kids play mat.

Edited By: SpoonyBoy on Jun 06, 2012 12:58
#36
good deal as its across all items and they don't increase 20% before the reduction

anyway their restaurant is very good
#37
david79
argh, just spent £200 there today :/

Spare a thought I reckon I've put about £1800 into B&Q and Ikea in the last week :(

It's no worse than the likes of MFI used to be, and for the most part it fits in easily and logically and you never end up with missing/spare bits (though a couple of things I've bought have not been fully drilled).
#38
Hi, how did you find out about this? Can't find any information about it on the website for my local store.
#39
Do you think they will have any issues with someone ordering furniture for delivery 65 miles away?

My local IKEA is only 13 miles away.
#40
available in Scotland??

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