happy!. i bought alot for $200 bucks, my house is comin along! thankyou ikea!!!
You know what S@!%# about Ikea?.
You know what S@!%# about Ikea? I bought over $500 of stuff there a couple of months ago and well, I brought it home and it looks really, really cheap.
I bring it back, of course I forgot the receipt at home, and I was told no receipt, no exchange, nothing. The stuff is marked Ikea all over the place. Do they think I bought it at Macy's?
Yeah, yeah, it could be stolen, right? But really, there should be am in-between solution.
I've upped my review to 3* because of their cinnamon buns.
Speaking of house expenses, I recently had a faucet malfunction, so I figured it's about time to replace a couple of things around the house that has been irking me.
I bought a rug here yesterday and I do have my eye on a new sink that they have on sale at the clearance isle. The only problem is that it is on clearance, so hopefully it'll still be there when I come back.
I've upped my review to 3* by the way because of their excellent cinnamon buns. Mmmmm!
One stop shop!. Anything and everything you need is here. Very convenient to pick the furniture you want and pick up. Affordable and timely delivery is available.
I'm never shopping there again!.
Man, this place has gone downhill fast! Spoiled you say? What, because they have managed to corner the market on garbage you would otherwise have found at KMart, but now has a minimalist, Euro-like, Made in China feel, they've changed their policies and decided the hire the biggest bunch of hate-their job thugs on this side of Emeryville?
Yeah, strong words. I have to be honest though, I've developed a strong hate for the company since. It started with buying over $500 worth of junk over the holidays - extra supplies for the xmas party, etc.
But to have the most ill-mannered, I hate my job staff, coupled with unrealistic return policies? I give up! I'm never shopping there again!
Low prices and sleek, modern design draw shoppers to this interior decorating superstore..
Hopen, Malm, Aneboda-no, those are not suggestions to name your pet, but the Swedish names of IKEA's designer furnishings and decorative odds and ends. Created with a "one-way" layout in mind, shoppers weave through a labyrinth of seemingly endless showrooms stocked with equipment to creatively accessorize every room under the sun. With patrons ranging from groups of freshmen students looking to outfit their tiny dorms to entire families, the store offers a huge repertory of styles, patterns and colors for every unique taste. And speaking of tastes, the small restaurant just beyond the cashiers serves up traditional Swedish fare for those who worked up an appetite.
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